Cheap and Comfortable: By Bus to Amsterdam

One of the cheapest ways to travel to Amsterdam is by bus. Almost all European capitals cities and many other towns in Europe have frequent bus connections with Amsterdam. In many cases bus travel is much cheaper than train travel but not always faster. Book online and the earlier you make you booking the cheaper your journey is. Try the hop-on hop-off bus, Eurolines, Flixbus or any of the other European bus services. All roads not only lead to Rome but certainly to Amsterdam.

Hop-on hop-off Europe is a combination of traditional tour and independent travel. It includes an expert guide, door-to-door pick up and all the social aspects of a traditional tour but also the freedom, flexibility of independent travel. You create your own European itinary, meet like-minded peoples, see European highlights and stay in many famous cities. Book your coach trip, your accommodation and excursions with the online planning tool.

Megabus

From Paris, London and Brussels to Amsterdam. Other destinations include Rome, Florence, Berlin and Munchen.

Eurolines

Eurolines has a dense network all across Europe from Estonia to Italy and all countries in between. Decide yourself if you travel just to Amsterdam or if you want to visit more European cities on your way. Travel on a 15-day pass or a 30-day pass and see as much of Europe as you wish.

Meinfernbus Flixbus

Enjoy WiFi and reclinable chairs on your way to Amsterdam from Munich, Dresden, Leipzig, Zurich and many other places. Other destinations are Belgium, Luxemburg, France, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Denmark and Sweden. Book early and you may be able to get a ticket for as little as €5.

Student Agency

Travel by the yellow bus and enjoy great board service. Free hot drinks and WiFi, steward on board and free newspapers. Student Agency is a Czech company and not only meant for students. Its network covers most European countries and includes a bus to Amsterdam.

photo Marianne Crone