Amsterdam to Helsinki by train

Travel from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Helsinki (Finland) by train (1502km): schedule and information to the train connection. Compare fares and buy your ticket.

How to use the following information: we show you the best routes and where to buy tickets. On longer routes you may need more than one ticket. Book your tickets step by step as explained. If you have questions about the route from Amsterdam to Helsinki, please ask in our forum. Of course, sometimes there are as well other travel routes possible.

The following links could be interesting for you.

connections : popular connections travelled by other users

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1 Amsterdam (Netherlands) - Hamburg (Germany) - Stockholm (Sweden) - Helsinki (Finland)

The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.

1a Travelling from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Hamburg (Germany)

To buy train tickets from the Netherlands to Germany, compare the booking links we give. Prices are usually the same, but sometimes vary slightly.

Depending on where you start in the Netherlands (and where you want to travel to in Germany), you can either use the route from Amsterdam via Utrecht to Cologne and Frankfurt by direct ICE train. Or from Amsterdam by direct IC train right to the East, to Berlin.

The Europe Special fare ("Sparpreis Europa") of Deutsche Bahn is available from 29/39 Euro. As earlier you book, as cheaper the tickets are.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Intercity (IC) / IntercityExpress (ICE)

train company:
DB Deutsche Bahn / NS Nederlandse Spoorwegen

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Hamburg - Amsterdam / Amsterdam - Berlin / Amsterdam - Munich / Amsterdam - Frankfurt am Main / Amsterdam - Cologne

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1b Travelling from Hamburg (Germany) to Stockholm (Sweden)

Deutsche Bahn (German Railways) offers tickets to selected destinations in Sweden to saver fares called "Sparpreis Europa". The ticket price starts from EUR 37.

These train tickets are available from Germany to cities such as Göteborg, Stockholm and Malmö. They always include transit through Denmark using InterCity, EuroCity and ICE trains. From Copenhagen to Sweden, tickets are only available for travel with either SJ high speed trains (designated as "X2000" when booking) or the Öresundståg trains.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
IntercityExpress (ICE) / Snabbtåg (S) / Öresundståg (OT) / EuroCity (EC) / IC InterCity Bus (ICBus)

night train: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
EN 300 Berlin - Malmö / NT 2 Malmö - Stockholm

train company:
DB Deutsche Bahn / SJ Statens Järnvägar / ORE Öresundståg / VEOS Veolia Transport Sverige

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Stockholm - Hamburg / Munich - Stockholm / Munich - Gothenburg / Cologne - Malmö / Berlin - Malmö / Frankfurt am Main - Gothenburg / Berlin - Gothenburg

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1c Travelling from Stockholm (Sweden) to Helsinki (Finland)

To travel by ferry from Stockholm to Helsinki, book a direct overnight ferry. The daily departure time in Stockholm is in the late afternoon. The arrival in Helsinki in the morning.

If you want to travel by a cheaper ferry or during the day (not overnight), you have to take a ferry route from Stockholm to Turku.

The journey time is about 17 hours. The ticket prices depends on the day you travel. Use the given booking links to find an exact ticket price and the schedule.

The following links could be interesting for you.

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Stockholm - Helsinki / Stockholm - Turku

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Helsinki - Stockholm

2 Amsterdam (Netherlands) - Hamburg (Germany) - Copenhagen (Denmark) - Stockholm (Sweden) - Turku (Finland) - Helsinki (Finland)

The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.

2a Travelling from Amsterdam (Netherlands) to Hamburg (Germany)

To buy train tickets from the Netherlands to Germany, compare the booking links we give. Prices are usually the same, but sometimes vary slightly.

Depending on where you start in the Netherlands (and where you want to travel to in Germany), you can either use the route from Amsterdam via Utrecht to Cologne and Frankfurt by direct ICE train. Or from Amsterdam by direct IC train right to the East, to Berlin.

The Europe Special fare ("Sparpreis Europa") of Deutsche Bahn is available from 29/39 Euro. As earlier you book, as cheaper the tickets are.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Intercity (IC) / IntercityExpress (ICE)

train company:
DB Deutsche Bahn / NS Nederlandse Spoorwegen

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Hamburg - Amsterdam / Amsterdam - Berlin / Amsterdam - Munich / Amsterdam - Frankfurt am Main / Amsterdam - Cologne

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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2b Travelling from Hamburg (Germany) to Copenhagen (Denmark)

Travel from Hamburg to Copenhagen by direct IC train. The journey time is 4:40 hours. Train tickets are available from EUR 29. There are at least three direct connections daily.

Departure of the direct trains in Hamburg ("Hamburg Hbf") at 08:53, 12:53 and 16:53.
Arrival in Copenahgen ("Koebenhavn H") at 13:33, 17:33 and 21:33.

Find train tickets and train schedules via the booking links.

The trains which includes a ferry crossing from Puttgarden (Germany) to Røby (Denmark) does not run anymore.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Regional Express (RE) / EuroCity (EC) / InterCityLyn (Lyn) / InterCity (IC)

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Copenhagen - Hamburg

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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2c Travelling from Copenhagen (Denmark) to Stockholm (Sweden)

To travel from Copenhagen to Stockholm by train, you have frequent direct SJ X2000/Snabbtåg trains - at least every two hours. The journey time is about five hours. More connections are available with change in Malmö including an Öresundståg on the first part.

Saver train tickets starts from 20 Euro. The ticket price depends on your travel date and train connection. Find exact schedules and ticket fares via our booking links.

There is even the option to use a night train: first by Öresundståg from Copenhagen via the Öresund Bridge to Malmö. There you change to the SJ night train NT2 from Malmö to Stockholm.

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Snabbtåg (S) / Öresundståg (OT)

night train: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
NT 2 Malmö - Stockholm

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Stockholm - Copenhagen

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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2d Travelling from Stockholm (Sweden) to Turku (Finland)

To travel by ferry from Stockholm to Turku, book the direct day or night ferry. One daily departure in Stockholm at morning and one at evening. The journey to Turku takes about 10 hours.

The Stockholm to Turku ferry is usually the cheaper one (especially the day connection) compared to the Stockholm to Helsinki ferry.

The ticket prices depends on the day you travel. Use the given booking links to find an exact ticket price and the schedule.

The following links could be interesting for you.

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Stockholm - Helsinki / Helsinki - Stockholm / Stockholm - Turku / Turku - Stockholm

train company:
TALL Tallink Silja / VIKI Viking Line

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Turku - Stockholm

2e Travelling from Turku (Finland) to Helsinki (Finland)

To travel in Finland by train, buy your train ticket via the given booking links. There you find exact schedules and ticket prices. Booking in advance will give you the best fares. Tickets for long distance trains include seat reservations. Good to know: Finish railways VR offer an excellent night train service which is recommended to travel the country from south (Helsinki, Turku, Tampere) to the north (Rovaniemi, Lapland).

The following links could be interesting for you.

train types: Train types you are likely to travel with.
Pendolino (S) / InterCity (IC) / Allegro (AE)

night train: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
31A Helsinki - Moscow / IC 273 Helsinki - Rovaniemi / IC 265 Helsinki - Kemijärvi

bus: Bus connections that might be helpful.
Kemi - Haparanda

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Helsinki - Stockholm / Helsinki - Tallinn

train company:
VR VR-Yhtymä Oy / KAR Oy Karelian Trains Ltd / FINN Finnlines / TALL Tallink Silja / VIKI Viking Line

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Helsinki - Turku / Helsinki - Rovaniemi / Helsinki - Tampere / Helsinki - Turku / Helsinki - Kemi / Helsinki - Kokkola / Helsinki - Lahti / Helsinki - Espoo / Turku - Rovaniemi / Tampere - Rovaniemi

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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