Take the train and rail & sail to Holland

Train to Amsterdam direct from London Liverpool Street

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Dutchflyer Rail & Sail is the easiest way to get from London to Amsterdam in comfort and style.

Stena Line's dutchflyer provides combined rail and ferry travel for passengers wishing to travel from Britain to Holland.  Depart from any Greater Anglia station to any Dutch station from as little as £49 one-way. 

Train services from Greater Anglia stations take you to Harwich International port where you can board one of Stena Lines two Superferries to Holland.

Depart from any Abellio Greater Anglia station

Depart from any Abellio Greater Anglia station to Harwich International port where your Stena Line ferry will sail you straight across to Holland. 

Abellio Greater Anglia trains conveniently depart from London Liverpool Street, Ipswich, Colchester, Norwich and Cambridge. 

For a complete list of AbellioGreater Anglia stations, visit the Abellio Greater Anglia Website.

Fast travel within Holland on NS rail links

The train station is conveniently located outside the Hook of Holland port, ready to take you to your destination. 

You'll reach Rotterdam and The Hague in under an hour on the NS* rail system, and Amsterdam is less than an hour and a half away. For a complete list of  NS stations in Holland, visit the NS Rail Website.


The dutchflyer operates an “open” rail ticket which means that you can travel to the port at whichever time is most convenient to you. If you need help choosing which rail service will ensure a timely arrival at the port please view our recommended rail timetable.