Traveling from Amsterdam to Berlin is a lot easier than you think. Unlike traveling by bus, train or plane, you don’t have to book anything in advance and you can simply leave whenever it suits you. After a drive of around six hours, you are in Berlin. You can also enjoy the beautiful landscape and admire the old transit road that runs through the former East Germany. Before you set off, you must take into account a number of traffic rules that apply in Germany and the environmental sticker that you need. We will tell you more about this in this article, so that you can be well prepared!
- Trains from Amsterdam to Berlin environmentally friendly way to travel within 6 hours and 21 minutes, with prices starting from €39,- up to €131,-.
- Flights from Amsterdam to Berlin the fastest way to get to Berlin. Travel in 1 hour and 30 minutes, with prices from €80,- up to €285,-.
- By bus from Amsterdam To Berlin the cheapest and environmental way to travel in 8 to 10 hours to Berlin. With prices starting from €7,99 up to €48,-
- By car from Amsterdam to Berlin a convenient way to use the perfect German autobahn, and also a pretty cheap way to travel if you go with more than 2 people. Depending on traffic, the ride takes 6 to 8 hours.
Amsterdam to Berlin
A lot of tourists who come to Amsterdam also want to discover all the beauties of other European cities. Our task, as always is to provide them with all the information they need to make their journey from Amsterdam to Berlin an easy one. The distance from Amsterdam to Berlin is approximately 656 km if you’re travelling by car. There are different ways to travel to Berlin and how you travel mainly depends on personal preferences and how much you’re willing to spend. If you are travelling with several people at the same time, it will in many cases be cheaper to travel by car. If you’re travelling by car, the journey takes about 6 hours. The roads to Berlin are good. Maintenance takes place regularly. You need an environmental sticker in large parts of Berlin. You can easily get this at the ANWB or Dekra Nederland. Keep in mind, you need a few days of processing time.
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