London to Amsterdam Coach Tickets
- Coaches leave London Victoria station for Amsterdam Sloterdijk station and Zuiderzeeweg coach park from 10:30 to 22:00.
- The quickest journey takes 9 hours 45 minutes and the slowest around 10 hours 45 minutes.
- There are around 3 coaches running daily between London and Amsterdam.
Travelling to Amsterdam from London is a popular weekend break that many like to take, but you might not realise just how cheap it is to get there by coach. The journey takes between nine and ten hours on average, and covers 333 miles. Tickets can be picked up from as little as £1 when you book through Getwayz.com. Coaches leave from London every day of the week, arriving at Zuiderzeeweg coach park.
Amsterdam is a fabulous city for travellers seeking any kind of experience. From the flower markets to the nightclubs, the varied city of Amsterdam caters to every tourist. You can get active and see the city's sights by bicycle - a very popular method of transport. If you prefer the leisurely approach to touring, book yourself onto a boat trip and enjoy the canals and waterways. There are party boats and day cruises, so you can have a wild time or a calm quiet ride as preferred.
Be sure to take in some of the city's cultural experiences, such as Anne Frank House and the Royal Palace, which are open to visitors. If you are feeling brave, you could also take a stroll through the notorious Red Light District. Amsterdam is a friendly and welcoming city, so get to know some of the 820,000-strong population by taking in the nightlife scene. You could even get involved at one of the many open mic events across the city! Book a cheap and enjoyable weekend away with a coach trip between London and Amsterdam.