There are 7 ways to get from Amsterdam to Altenahr by train, bus, car or plane

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Train via Bonn Hbf  •  4h 32m

  1. Take the train from Amsterdam Centraal to Duesseldorf Hbf Ice
  2. Take the train from Duesseldorf Hbf to Bonn Hbf Ic / ...
  3. Take the train from Bonn Hbf to Altenahr Bf Rb

43€ - 127€

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Bus  •  7h 39m

  1. Take the bus from Amsterdam, Amsterdam Bijlmer to Bonn 835

26€ - 34€

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Train  •  4h 44m

  1. Take the train from Amsterdam Centraal to Duesseldorf Hbf Ice / ...
  2. Take the train from Düsseldorf Hbf to Remagen Bf Re5 / ...

41€ - 127€

Train via Utrecht  •  6h 27m

  1. Take the train from Utrecht Centraal to Koln Hbf ICE International
  2. Take the train from Bonn Hbf to Altenahr Bf Rb30 / ...

59€ - 96€

Drive  •  2h 56m

  1. Drive from Amsterdam to Altenahr 309.9 km

40€ - 65€

Fly to Dusseldorf, train  •  4h 59m

  1. Fly from Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) to Dusseldorf (DUS) AMS - DUS
  2. Take the train from Düsseldorf Hbf to Remagen Bf

97€ - 410€

Fly to Cologne Bonn, train  •  7h 31m

  1. Fly from Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS) to Cologne Bonn (CGN) AMS - CGN
  2. Take the train from Bonn Hbf to Altenahr Bf

74€ - 365€

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The cheapest way to get from Amsterdam to Altenahr is to bus which costs 26€ - 35€ and takes 7h 39m.

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The quickest way to get from Amsterdam to Altenahr is to drive which costs 40€ - 65€ and takes 2h 56m.

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No, there is no direct train from Amsterdam to Altenahr. However, there are services departing from Amsterdam Centraal and arriving at Altenahr Bf via Duesseldorf Hbf and Bonn Hbf. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 4h 32m.

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The distance between Amsterdam and Altenahr is 253 km. The road distance is 309.9 km.

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The best way to get from Amsterdam to Altenahr without a car is to train via Bonn Hbf which takes 4h 32m and costs 40€ - 130€.

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It takes approximately 4h 32m to get from Amsterdam to Altenahr, including transfers.

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Amsterdam to Altenahr train services, operated by Dutch Railways (NS), depart from Amsterdam Centraal station.

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The best way to get from Amsterdam to Altenahr is to train via Bonn Hbf which takes 4h 32m and costs 40€ - 130€. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs 26€ - 35€ and takes 7h 39m.

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The quickest flight from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Dusseldorf Airport is the direct flight which takes 45 min.

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Amsterdam to Altenahr train services, operated by Deutsche Bahn Regional, arrive at Altenahr Bf station.

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  • Distance: 252.7 km
  • Duration: 4h 32m

What companies run services between Amsterdam, Netherlands and Altenahr, Germany?

You can take a train from Amsterdam to Altenahr via Duesseldorf Hbf and Bonn Hbf in around 4h 32m. Alternatively, FlixBus operates a bus from Amsterdam to Altenahr 4 times a week. Tickets cost 16€ - 20€ and the journey takes 4h.

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Yes, the driving distance between Amsterdam to Altenahr is 310 km. It takes approximately 2h 56m to drive from Amsterdam to Altenahr.

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KLM offers flights from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Dusseldorf Airport.

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There are 589+ hotels available in Altenahr. Prices start at 87€ per night.

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The best way to get from Amsterdam to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is to train which takes 18 min and costs 6€ - 13€.

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Flag of Germany Bad Godesberg, Germany

Bad Godesberg is a municipal district of Bonn, southern North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. From 1949 till 1999 (while Bonn was the capital of West Germany), the majority of foreign embassies to Germany were located in Bad Godesberg. Some buildings are still used as embassy branch offices or consulates. - Wikipedia

Things to do in Bad Godesberg

  • Nürburgring

    Nürburgring is a 150,000-capacity motorsports complex located in the town of Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It features a Grand Prix race track built in 1984, and a much longer old "North loop" track which was built in the 1920s around the village and medieval castle of Nürburg in the Eifel mountains. The north loop is 20.8 km long and has more than 300 metres (1,000 feet) of elevation change from its lowest to highest points. Jackie Stewart nicknamed the old track "The Green Hell".

  • Government bunker

    The Government Bunker (Regierungsbunker) in Germany, officially named Ausweichsitz der Verfassungsorgane des Bundes im Krisen- und Verteidigungsfall zur Wahrung von deren Funktionstüchtigkeit (AdVB), in English: "Emergency Seat of the Federal Constitutional Organs for the State of Crisis or State of Defence to Maintain their Ability to Function" was a massive underground complex built during the Cold War era to house the German government, parliament and enough federal personnel needed to keep the government working in the event of war or severe crisis. Located only about 25 km south of Bonn, Germany (the capital and government seat of pre-unification West Germany), in the Ahr Valley between the towns of Ahrweiler and Dernau, it was one of the best kept secrets of West Germany. It was built between 1960 and 1972 inside two abandoned railway tunnels that were built as part of the Strategic Railway, maintained and kept in a working condition for about 30 years and decommissioned in 1997. A small part of the once-secret site is now open to the public as Government Bunker Documentation Site, while the vast majority is abandoned and sealed.

  • Drachenfels (Siebengebirge)

    The Drachenfels is a hill (321 m) in the Siebengebirge uplands between Königswinter and Bad Honnef in Germany. The hill was formed by rising magma that could not break through to the surface, and then cooled and became solid underneath. It is the subject of much tourism and romanticism in the North Rhine-Westphalia area.

  • Schloss Drachenburg

    Schloss Drachenburg is a private villa in palace style constructed in the late 19th century. It was completed in only two years (1882–84) on the Drachenfels hill in Königswinter, a German town on the Rhine near the city of Bonn. Baron Stephan von Sarter (1833–1902), a broker and banker, planned to live there, but never did.

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