Aside from the comfort and convenience trains in Europe offer, they are also pretty easy to book. You simply need to provide your departure and arrival cities and desired date of travel. Submit your search and our system will find the best schedules available to match your itinerary. Many trains in Europe are available for purchase as soon as 60-days in advance of your travel date.
The Amsterdam Central Train Station (Amsterdam CS) opened in 1889 and is located in the heart of the city. Amsterdam Centraal station offers train connections to many domestic and international cities. The Amsterdam Tourist Office is conveniently located just outside of the train station. This centrally located train station gives you access to city trams, buses and ferries and accommodates over 250,000 travelers daily.
The Berlin Central Train Station, considered the biggest train station in Europe, opened in 2006. This state-of-the-art station has countless conveniences for travelers including a suspension system for its platforms, greatly reducing vibration and noise. You will find yourself enjoying this station as much as your German train ride.