|Avg. Bus Duration:|
3 hours 25 minutes
|Coach Ticket Price:||£8|
|Buses depart from:||Amsterdam|
|Bus arrives in:||Brussels|
|Bus Companies:||Eurolines Switzerland, Flixbus, Eurolines France, Citybus Express, Bla Bla Bus, Ouibus|
Buses from Amsterdam are offered by iDBUS, Flixbus, Eurolines and Megabus. Departures are very regular and there is usually a wait of no more than around 30 minutes between services. The average journey time is about 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours direct and buses leave from as early as around 4 a.m., with the last buses leaving Amsterdam at around 9 p.m.
Return journeys on buses from Brussels to Amsterdam are also available.
Buses from Amsterdam to Brussels may depart from one of a couple of bus stations in the city. Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station is the central rail station and has a major bus station adjacent to it from which services to Brussels depart. Amsterdam Duivendrecht station is another option with a central Amsterdam location and is easily accessible using public transport via Duivendrecht underground station. Amsterdam's public transport network is extensive and runs for 24-hours a day.
Brussels is a beautiful and culturally important city. Packed full of grand 19th-century palaces and churches, Brussels is also home to many major European institutions such as the European Council and the European Parliament. Visitors are likely to find lots of pubs and bars selling traditional Belgian beers - many fruit beers flavoured with strawberry, raspberry and other fruits are on offer - and cafes specialising in Belgian chocolate.
Buses from Amsterdam to Brussels arrive at a few different terminals throughout the city. One of these is the bus station on Rue de France, which is just a short walk from Brussels Midi train station. Brussels North Station also welcomes regular arrivals from Amsterdam and is conveniently located close to Gare du Nord metro station. The bus network in Brussels covers all of the city, whilst night buses also run on Fridays and Saturdays.