By Train from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Wien / Vienna (Austria) - Option 1: travel during the day and make a connection in Frankfurt


Journey Summary


Depart Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Amsterdam Centraal

Arrive Wien / Vienna (Austria)

Wien Hbf/Hauptbahnhof
Journey Time
Frequency
11hr 7min - 12hr 53min
Daily
Notes
2 x connections per day

Travelling across the breadth of Western Europe by train, during the day, is a totally feasible option for making a journey from Amsterdam to Wien/Vienna.

It showcases the best of European train travel, the trains have a wow factor and the highlights of the trip will include travelling on Germany's fastest high speed line - and views of the River Danube.

And if you take the second travel option of the day, you can almost ensure that it will be a stress-free journey too.

Change trains in: Frankfurt (Main)

The large discrepancy in jouney time is due to the differences in the connecting time between trains at Frankfurt (Main).

Depart from Amsterdam on the train that is usually scheduled to leave at around 08:02 and you will only have 13 mins in Frankfurt (Main) to connect into the train on to Wien/Vienna.

This connection isn't guaranteed, so attempting to make it is a gamble -  though if you do take the chance, any tickets/reservations can be transferred free of charge to a later departure at the Reisezentrum travel desk in Frankfurt (Main) Hbf.

However,  if you opt for the longer journey time and depart from Amsterdam at around 10:37, you will have around 1hr 45mins to make the transfer between trains at Frankfurt (Main).

So making this connection on to Wien/Vienna is virtually guaranteed.

Train 1

  • Depart: Amsterdam (Netherlands)
  • Arrive: Frankfurt (Main) (Germany)
  • Journey time: 3hr 50 min - 4hrs (approx)

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Train 2

  • Depart: Frankfurt (Main) (Germany)
  • Arrive: Wien / Vienna (Austria)
  • Journey time: 6hr 46min* approx

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