|Avg. Bus Duration:|
10 hours 3 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||£29|
|Buses depart from:||Amsterdam|
|Bus arrives in:||Berlin|
|Bus Companies:||Eurolines Switzerland, Flixbus, Eurolines France, Citybus Express|
It's easy, affordable and convenient to take buses from Amsterdam to Berlin. Meinfernbus FlixBus, ADAC Postbus, Eurolines, Infobus and Berlinlinienbus all operate buses which depart early in the morning, in the evening and later at night. With the exception of Postbus, all route operators offer a direct service and early buses tend to be slightly faster. The fastest service takes around 8 hours, while others, particularly evening and night buses, take between 10 and 13.5 hours. Postbus services have one change en route at Hamburg.
Return buses from Berlin to Amsterdam are also available.
Buses from Amsterdam to Berlin depart from Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station which is 5 minutes by train from the city centre and Centraal Station. Metro line 50 stops at Amsterdam Sloterdijk and Tramway 12 can pick up tram passengers from Amstel, De Pijp, Museumplein and Bos en Lommer. Local buses such as the 15, 36, 48, 61, 64, 69, 82 and 395 stop at the station throughout the day. There is also a taxi rank and drop off point, while 24 hour parking is available for those who wish to arrive at Amsterdam Sloterdijk by car.
Berlin boasts some of the most exciting nightlife and shopping in Europe, as well as famous attractions like the Berlin Wall, the Victory Column and Museuminsel. Most buses from Amsterdam to Berlin arrive at the city's main bus station or Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof (ZOB). The station is just a 5 minute walk from the Theodor-Heuss-Platz and Kaiserdamm U-Bahn stations or Messe Nord/ICC on the S-Bahn and travellers can simply follow the signposts. Local buses cover all districts and include the X34, X49, 104, 139, 149, 218 and 349 day services and N4 and M49 night buses. Some bus services from Amsterdam terminate at Berlin Zoologischer Garten, which is on the famous 100 tourist bus route through the city centre.