Train from Amsterdam to Brussels
With 16 high speed rail services every day and a travel time of 1 hour and 50 minutes between Amsterdam and Brussels you can be in Belgium quick and easy. Prices start as low as 29 euros one way on second class and 49 euros for first class when you book 90 days before travel. These prices get higher at peak times and closer to the day of travel. This high speed train service is called the Thalys train and offers a wifi and drinks or food on board.
The regular intercity train takes you during the daytime every half hour from Amsterdam to Brussels in 3 hours and 20 minutes (might take 1 change of trains at the border town of Roosendaal) with a yearly fixed price around the 27 euros one way. (price 2015) Discounted tickets for intercity trains from Amsterdam to Antwerp can be available for students, seniors, and children.
For the thalys train have a look on this website
For the International Intercity train have a look here.
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