Warning to Visitors

Some of the information below may be out of date as a result of changing timetables and services. Please double check the accuracy of all information before travelling.

The booking forms should be up to date however, so if tickets for a particular service are available, then the service should be operational.


Minden is a town situated on the River Weser in Germany. The town's cathedral, St Gorgonius, is one of its most famous sights.

Minden Railway station connects the town with others including Hannover and Rheine, and is part of the mainline route to Berlin and Amsterdam. The town's bus station is situated near to the station, with services to/from the station running every half an hour.

The town is situated on several cycle routes, as well as the junction of two major inland canals.

How to get to Minden from
Route 1:

A frequent service operates each day between Amsterdam and Berlin, with a total journey time of just over six hours. In the Netherlands, the train starts/ends its journey at Amsterdam Schiphol (the city's main airport).

An alternative overnight service is available, running between Amsterdam and Moscow via Berlin if you would prefer. Connecting services to Hamburg are available from Osnabrück.