Train journey to Brussels 30 minutes shorter

As from Monday 9 April 2018, the journey with the Intercity train from Amsterdam Central Station to the various stations in Brussels will take half an hour less than the current travel time.

This is because, from this date, the IC train to Brussels will run on the high-speed rail between Amsterdam and Antwerp. Due to the new route, the stops at the intermediate stations Dordrecht and Roosendaal will be canceled. However, Breda will be added to the route as a new stop. In total, the travel time between Amsterdam CS and Brussels-South will be reduced from 3 hours and 22 minutes, to 2 hours and 53 minutes. Passengers to Brussels Airport will be traveling for 2 hours and 27 minutes. As from 9 April, twelve Intercity trains will depart daily from Amsterdam to Brussels. Also four trains per day will depart from The Hague HS, but these trains will only use the high-speed rail between Rotterdam and Antwerp. This means the hourly train service between Rotterdam and Brussels will be remained. For assistance in planning your train journey or booking your tickets, please contact our Travel Consultants. They are happy to assist you.

Source: NS International, Luchtvaartnieuws

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