Amsterdam to Den Haag / The Hague by train



From Amsterdam Centraal / Amsterdam CS to Den Haag Centraal

Travel Information

Final Destination: Den Haag Centraal

All trains also call at: Haarlem and Leiden

In common with most train journeys within The Netherlands, this journey between Amsterdam and Den Haag/The Hague should be blissfully straightforward.
Though the weekend service has recently been amended with Sprinter services operating in place of the IC services, hence they're slower with a journey time of 1hr 3mins.

If you'll be visiting The Netherlands, simply head to the station whenever it suits you, buy a ticket and step on to the train.

Though to make things even easier, we've published a guide to travelling by train in The Netherlands, which you'll find below
It is packed with useful content, even though we do say so ourselves, including how to buy a ticket, find your train at a Dutch station and how to travel with bikes etc.
It also has links to other sources of information, that will help with checking and planning your journey.

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Tickets will cost the same price if purchased at the station immediately before departure.

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Scenic - NoHigh Speed (partial journey)

Good to Know

Something to look out for when travelling from Amsterdam to Den Haag/The Hague by train, is that there are two main stations in Den Haag served by IC trains from Amsterdam.

It's likely that you'll want to head to Den Haag Centraal, as it lives up to its name with a great city centre location.

However, some trains from Amsterdam to Den Haag only call at the city's other station, Den Haag HS.
So take care that you don't board one of those trains if you want to head to Den Haag/The Hague city centre.

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