Eurostar has introduced new direct service between London and Amsterdam will start on four April.
There’ll initially be two trains per day from London’s St Pancras station, every taking three hours and 41 minutes to succeed in Amsterdam Centraal.
Return journeys would require a change at Brussels, a brief measure till the UK and Dutch governments attain an settlement on passport procedures.
Till then, passengers might want to undergo safety and get their passports checked within the Belgian capital.
However Eurostar mentioned that, with as much as 10 trains a day from Brussels to London, the connection “must be fast and clean”.
Nicolas Petrovic, chief government of Eurostar, mentioned: “The launch of our service to the Netherlands represents an thrilling advance in cross-Channel journey and heralds a brand new period in worldwide high-speed rail.
“With direct companies from the UK to the Netherlands, France and Belgium, we’re remodeling the hyperlinks between the UK and three of Europe’s high buying and selling nations.
“Our new route marks the end result of the intensive funding in high-speed rail on either side of the Channel.”
Tickets go on sale on 20 February and begin at £35 a method.