Final Destination: Maastricht or Nijmgen
All trains also call at: Amsterdam Amstel
In common most train journeys within The Netherlands, this journey between Amsterdam and Utrecht should be blissfully straightforward.
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.
4 x trains per hour
Book early and save: No
Tickets will cost the same price if purchased at the station immediately before departure.
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Fans of scenic train rides perhaps won't be surprised to discover that such journeys aren't possible in The Netherlands.
But we were charmed by this journey from Amsterdam to Utrecht, because for much of the journey, on the left hand side, the train travels beside a typical Dutch canal.
And we enjoyed sitting back and watching the boats go by.
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This is one of more than 100 train travel guides available on ShowMeTheJourney, which will make it easier to take the train journeys you want or need to make. As always, all images were captured on trips taken by ShowMeTheJourney.