Rail disruptions are to be anticipated in the Netherlands in the coming months due to planned engineering works.
- On the weekend of September 15-16, Eurostar trains from London and Brussels will arrive in Amsterdam with a delay of 30 minutes and trains from Amsterdam to Brussels will depart 30 minutes earlier than normal. On the same weekend, no Thalys trains will call at the Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport station.
- On Sunday, September 30, Eurostar trains will not serve Amsterdam-Centraal station, instead terminating at or departing from Rotterdam. Some Thalys trains will also not call at Amsterdam-Centraal.
- InterCity trains operated by Dutch Rail (NS) will not serve The Hague the weekend of October 5-7; trains will terminate at Amsterdam-Centraal.
- InterCity trains will not serve The Hague the weekend of November 2-4; trains will terminate at Amsterdam-Centraal.
- No Eurostar trains will run between Brussels, Rotterdam, and Amsterdam from midnight on Friday, November 9, until 09:00 on Monday, November 12 (local time).
- No Thalys trains will run in the Netherlands on the weekend of November 10-11 (e.g. no services to and from Antwerp, Rotterdam, Schiphol, and Amsterdam stations).
- On the weekend of November 16-18, Eurostar trains from London and Brussels will arrive in Amsterdam with a delay of 30 minutes and trains from Amsterdam to Brussels will leave 25 minutes earlier than normal.
- InterCity trains will not serve The Hague, Amsterdam-Centraal, or Amsterdam-Schiphol the weekend of November 17-18; trains will terminate at Rotterdam.
Additional disruptions to domestic Dutch Rail (NS) services are also to be anticipated during these periods.
Travelers are advised to plan accordingly and contact their rail operators for more information.
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