Hotel Verdi

Wanningstraat 9, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1071, The Netherlands
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Getting to/from Amsterdam

by scoffy991177

Hi! We will be traveling from Brussels to Amsterdam for 2 nights, then on to Paris.

Suggestions on transportation from Brussels to Amsterdam and then from Amsterdam to Paris? Looking for any help with specific trains, stops, cost, where to purchase tickets.

Thank you all! I appreciate the help.

Re: Getting to/from Amsterdam

by goodfish

This is probably what you need - very nice and very easy website to navigate!

We're traveling by Thalys train from Paris to Amsterdam this fall.

Re: Getting to/from Amsterdam

by swissfondue

There are two train options available, Thalys and Intercity.

Thalys offers a faster and more luxurious trip of a little over 2 hours. If you are staying in the centre of Brussels you will need to make a quick 3 minute trip from Central station to Brussels-Midi to connect with the Thalys.

Intercity trains depart from Central hourly each day and travel directly to Amsterdam Centraal. The trip will take 2 and 3/4 hours. There are self service ticket machines at Brussels Central along with an international ticket counter if you just want to purchase your tickets at the station.

For the Amsterdam-Paris trip I would recommend the Thalys as it offers a non-stop service from Centraal to Paris Nord.

If you choose the Thalys I would book online. I have done this previously with no problems.

Re: Getting to/from Amsterdam

by scoffy991177

Thank you! This helps a lot!

Re: Getting to/from Amsterdam

by siddiquiaa

You can buy the ticket from

The website will give you all the details of the trains schedule, ticket cost and any other information required. Since i will travelling from Amsterdam to Paris and then to Cannes, pisa and venice by the end of this month, i have downloaded all the information just yesterday for that..hope that will help..

Re: Getting to/from Amsterdam

by swissfondue

Alison, just letting you know if you book through a third party agent such as Eurail you will pay more for your ticket. I would suggest buying a point to point ticket directly through the Thalys website given to you by goodfish.

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

Alot of history

by DiezelT43

Walking around Amsterdam, and hearing how old much of the city is, is a great experience. Alot of the homes have been lived in for hundreds of years. The canal that runs through it is a great photo op.

Get stoned and wander around...

by want2go

Get stoned and wander around the red light district! Have a good look around and then find yourself a clean image sex show. Honestly my Friends and I were in there for three hours, men shag the hookers, so why can't women watch live sex! Give it a go it's massive. We went to 'Moulin Rouge' oh Lala!! I missed the relaxed atmosphere, everyone in England is always in a hurry. We saw a car just stop do a three point turn on a busy road and other drivers just waited until he'd finished, over here horns would be going and roadrage! It's nice to just chill have a lager and a joint with out hidding outside!

On the Airport

by Erkmen

When you have the pass controls and have your lugagge, you go out to the arriving hall, which is on the entrance..

There you can find your way of transport.. Either you walk to the front gate and take a cab, which costs around 40-50 Euro to the city center, or you can take a ticket and go downstairs to get a train to Amsterdam central..

A walk along the Singelgracht

by Mariajoy

I came across this interesting bluey/green building which I later discovered is a housing developement office, I love the colour and shape and it's one of the most unusual buildings I have seen.

The building was designed by Steven Holl - Architects.

Many thanks to my VT friend maartenw for this information!

Walk around! This was the...

by Vanislander

Walk around! This was the museum for Hemp, an interesting thing to visit if you are interested. It has alot of history on different cultures and gives insight as to why this product is so tolerated here.


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 Hotel Verdi

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Address: Wanningstraat 9, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 1071, The Netherlands