Warning to Visitors

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Amersfoort is a large city in Central Netherlands. Despite speedy growth, the city has managed to retain its historical routes by preserving its medieval centre. 

As the city lies at the junction of the country's main north-south and east-west rail routes, it is a major rail interchange. The town has three mainline railway stations:

  • Amersfoort (trains to Enschede, Rotterdam, The Hague, Amsterdam and Groningen);
  • Amersfoort Schothorst; and
  • Amersfoort Vathorst.
How to get to Amersfoort 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.