Travel from Glasgow to Netherlands

Train, bus or fly from Glasgow to Netherlands?

KLM, easyJet and 2 other airlines fly from Glasgow to Amsterdam every 3 hours. Alternatively, Virgin West Coast Trains operates a train from Glasgow to Amsterdam every 2 hours. Tickets cost $240 - $380 and the journey takes 4 h 28 min. 2 other operators also service this route.

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How to get from Glasgow to Netherlands

From Glasgow, Renfield Street (No 105) line 500 bus to Glasgow airport, fly to Amsterdam airport, then train to Amsterdam. 4 h 8 min $106. From Glasgow, Central College of Commerce (North Frederick Street) bus to Edinburgh airport, fly to Amsterdam airport, then train to Amsterdam. 4 h 40 min $105. From Glasgow, Central College of Commerce (North Frederick Street) bus to Edinburgh airport, fly to Brussels airport, train to Roosendaal, then train to Breda. 6 h 9 min $143. From Glasgow Central train to London Euston, walk to London St. Pancras International, train to Bruxelles-Midi, then train to Amsterdam Centraal. 10 h 27 min $629. From Glasgow bus to London, bus to Amsterdam, Station Sloterdijk, then line 22 bus to Amsterdam, Centraal Station. 19 h 29 min $109. From Glasgow drive to Newcastle upon Tyne, car ferry to IJmuiden, then drive to Amsterdam. 19 h 43 min $197. From Glasgow Queen Street train to Edinburgh, train to Newcastle upon Tyne, Central Station Bewick Street (Opposite St Mary's Cathedral), line 327 bus to Newcastle upon Tyne, car ferry to IJmuiden, taxi to Beverwijk, then train to Amsterdam Centraal. 22 h 33 min $246. From Buchanan Bus Station bus to London, bus to Den Haag Centraal, train to Amsterdam, Station Zuid, then line 5 tram to Amsterdam, Dam. 23 h 32 min $175. From Glasgow drive to Folkestone, Eurotunnel to Calais, then drive to Amsterdam. 11 h 39 min $374.