Avg travel time
Popular bus line
Distance to downtown
81% less than flights
Distance to downtown
70% less than flights
Amsterdam to Berlin buses are serviced by bus companies, including FlixBus and BlaBlaBus, and they have facilities aboard to ensure their passengers have an enjoyable trip. These buses have luxurious reclining seats with footrests that ensure ticket holders can relax throughout their voyage. Also, each seat has additional legroom as well as an overhead storage compartment for luggage so that passengers aboard enjoy more space. Buses from Amsterdam to Berlin have Wi-Fi as well as charging plugs for passengers who would like to stay productive or be entertained during their trip. Also, these buses feature window and aisle seats and large windows at each seat, giving passengers a visual treat of natural landscapes en route to Berlin from Amsterdam. Furthermore, passengers with bus tickets from Amsterdam to Berlin are treated to a cool and comfortable journey due to the air conditioning systems aboard.
The number of buses to Berlin from Amsterdam varies significantly on different days of the week. On average, there are about 27 trips aboard buses from Amsterdam to Berlin. Some buses have layovers at Almere Centrum, Zwolle, and Enschede, while others are direct. Also, about nine night buses to Berlin from Amsterdam are available for passengers who want to travel overnight. Book a cheap bus ticket through momondo that meets your travel preferences and budget.
If you are traveling on a bus from Amsterdam to Berlin, ensure that you have your bus ticket. Bus tickets from Amsterdam to Berlin may be obtained via momondo, at the Amsterdam Centraal bus station, or on the bus from the driver. Your ticket could be printed or in e-ticket format. Passengers should also present valid proof of identity, such as driver’s licenses, government-issued IDs, or passports, all of which must correspond to the ticket. Children aged up to 12 should be accompanied throughout the trip while any unaccompanied minors between 12 and 16 years of age can show identification via a school ID or a birth certificate. They should also carry an unaccompanied minor form signed by their parent or legal guardian. Note that it is advisable to arrive at the station early to familiarize yourself with your bus terminal and departure time. Passengers can seek any further help at the customer care desk at the bus station.
Buses from Amsterdam to Berlin leave Amsterdam Centraal Station and arrive at Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof Berlin (ZOB) about 10h 5min later. Both of these bus stations are easily accessible by various means of public transport. Amsterdam Centraal Station is served by tram via routes 2,13, 12, and 17. Also, the station is served by GVB city bus lines 21, 22, and 18. On the other hand, the U2 metro line connects ZOB to the Berlin city center. ZOB is also served by buses M49, 104, 139, and 218. The Messe Nord S-Bahn station is within walking distance from ZOB. There are taxi stands near both of these stations, or you could opt for car rentals from SIXT or Europcar if you prefer to drive.
There are a few luggage policies that Amsterdam to Berlin bus ticket holders should be familiar with before boarding their buses. Passengers are permitted to bring a carry-on bag weighing no more than 15 lbs to be stored in the overhead compartment or under your seat in addition to a 44 lbs checked bag to be stored in the baggage compartment. Any additional bags are charged an extra fee. Musical instruments and sports equipment are also allowed on buses from Amsterdam to Berlin. In addition, travelers with babies are permitted to bring strollers on board. Note that any explosive or flammable materials, unlicensed firearms, and chemicals are not allowed on board. Ticket holders on buses to Berlin from Amsterdam are responsible for their luggage and are advised to tag their bags with their name and address before they are stowed in the luggage racks.
See available tickets from Amsterdam to Berlin for this week that start at $27 one-way.
10h 05m is the fastest available option for travel to Berlin from Amsterdam by bus. FlixBus has the quickest available bus to your destination.
You can find bus tickets for FlixBus which service this route currently. FlixBus is the cheapest option recently available with prices starting at $53 round-trip.
We’ve found that taking a flight from Amsterdam to Berlin with easyJet is more time-efficient when based simply on travel duration. A train from Amsterdam to Berlin or a bus from Amsterdam to Berlin can take you longer than a 1h 25m flight.
Expect a bus to be one of the cheapest options available to you for travel. Currently, a bus has deals available from $53. While they may not be the most cost-effective options currently available a flight from Amsterdam to Berlin or a train from Amsterdam to Berlin can also be options worth looking into if other factors outside of cost are a higher priority.
The distance between Amsterdam Schiphol and Berlin Brandenburg is about 358.2 mi in a straight line. The bus takes 10h 05m, normally.
Going from Amsterdam Schiphol to Berlin Brandenburg by bus will have a carbon footprint of 46lb, approximately. The footprint by bus is some 82% smaller than by airplane - a flight from Amsterdam Schiphol to Berlin Brandenburg has emissions of around 244lb. Doing this journey by train would leave a footprint of about 73lb.