Duration 18h 50m
Distance 10166 km
Average price $900
Possible routes 5 found

Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Rome2rio has found 5 ways to get from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra by flight and train. We recommend flying from Amsterdam Schiphol to Santa Cruz, which is the fastest and cheapest option, and takes around 18h 50m.
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Fly from Amsterdam Schiphol

  1. Amsterdam Schiphol
  2. Santa Cruz de la Sierra
Fastest
18h 50m
Cheapest
$508 - $1,315
Alternative routes

Train to Brussels, fly

  1. Amsterdam Centraal
  2. Brussels
  3. Santa Cruz de la Sierra
19h 54m
$666 - $1,389

Train to Dusseldorf, fly

  1. Amsterdam Centraal
  2. Dusseldorf
  3. Santa Cruz de la Sierra
21h 22m
$577 - $1,488

Train to Eindhoven, fly

  1. Amsterdam Centraal
  2. Eindhoven
  3. Santa Cruz de la Sierra
21h 58m
$721 - $1,744

Train to Paris Orly, fly

  1. Amsterdam Centraal
  2. Paris Orly
  3. Santa Cruz de la Sierra
21h 43m
$700 - $1,486

Frequently asked questions

Want to know about travelling from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra? We have put together a list of the most frequently asked questions from our users such as: What is the cheapest mode of transport?, What is the quickest option?, How much do tickets usually cost? and many more.

The cheapest way to get from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra is to fly which costs 460€ - 1200€ and takes 18h 50m.

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The quickest way to get from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra is to fly which costs 460€ - 1200€ and takes 18h 50m.

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The distance between Amsterdam and Santa Cruz de la Sierra is 10166 km.

It takes approximately 18h 50m to get from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra, including transfers.

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There is no direct flight from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Santa Cruz Airport. The quickest flight takes 17h and has one stopover.

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Santa Cruz de la Sierra is 6h behind Amsterdam. It is currently 7:43 PM in Amsterdam and 1:43 PM in Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

Copa Airlines, Peruvian Airlines, Iberia and three other airlines offer flights from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Santa Cruz Airport.

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There are 272+ hotels available in Santa Cruz de la Sierra. Prices start at $29 USD 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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How to travel from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra

Find all the possible transport options for your trip from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra right here. Rome2rio displays up to date schedules, route maps, journey times and estimated fares from relevant transport operators, ensuring you can make an informed decision about which option will suit you best. Click the map below to see more travel options.

What companies run services between Amsterdam and Santa Cruz de la Sierra?

Air Europa, KLM and nine other airlines fly from Amsterdam to Santa Cruz de la Sierra every 4 hours.
Airlines
Ave. Duration
19h 27m
Frequency
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Estimated price
$500 - $1,300
Ave. Duration
16h 40m
Frequency
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Estimated price
$480 - $1,600
Ave. Duration
16h
Frequency
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Estimated price
$750 - $3,100
Ave. Duration
20h 12m
Frequency
Sunday
Estimated price
$850 - $2,500
Ave. Duration
20h 38m
Frequency
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Estimated price
$800 - $3,200
Ave. Duration
17h 15m
Frequency
Every day
Estimated price
$750 - $3,100
Ave. Duration
21h 45m
Frequency
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
Estimated price
$750 - $3,600

Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia

Santa Cruz de la Sierra (English: Holy Cross of the Mountain–Range), commonly known as Santa Cruz, is the capital of the Santa Cruz department in eastern Bolivia. Situated on the Pirai River in eastern Bolivia, the city of Santa Cruz and its metropolitan area are home to over 70% of the population of the department and it is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world. The city was first founded in 1561 by Spanish explorer Ñuflo de Chavez about 200 km east of its current location, and was moved several times until it was finally established on the Pirai River in the late 16th century. For much of its history, Santa Cruz was mostly a small outpost town, and even after Bolivia gained its independence in 1825 there was little attention from the authorities or the population in general to settle the region. It was not until after World War II and profound agrarian and land reforms that the city began to grow at a very fast pace. - Wikipedia

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