We lost our phone in bus and the emergency helpline person was mis-guiding us. She asked us to visit the Eurozone office which was permanently closed from October. Also she lied to us. Nobody helped us as expected and we didn't found our mobile phone. More imp is data and SIM in that phone but we lost everything. On the back of phone there was debit card also we lost.
First time to use this service.
It seems to me a long way from London to Amsterdam driving alone.
Driver was helpful and kind.
The toilet did not work for the entire journey
Water and snacks available.
I wish Eurolines will have an office .I was told to get there an hour for check in, but there wasn’t any .check in. The check in was done on a bus ,before we use to check in at the office but I don’t know why they’ve stop using the office.
No wifi, no charger points except for USBs, took a slightly different route to what I was expecting based on ticket information (ferry went to Calais and from there we drove to Rotterdam instead of taking the ferry to Rotterdam). Otherwise I was generally quite pleased though.
The staff was really nice. He is helpful that he help all of us to line up the luggage. In addition, even some strange passengers talk to him, he could still use a funny way to answer them.\u000AThe only complaint is some people were so noisy. The journey started from 7:30 , they kept talking until midnight. I could not sleep really well because of this reason.
This bus trip was awful, bus late, driver didn’t know what he was doing, missed the first ferry and nearly the second one. My 11 year old girls were seated in random seats away from me. Lucky for us no one checked our tickets or manifest so we sat where we wanted. I would never recommend Ouibus to anyone.
I had over 5 hours delay, this is too much, no announcement was made as to possible delays before taking the journey and compensation. The toilet was locked during the journey and I had to wait for the bus to stop and unlock the door at the next scheduled stop, no toilet paper was provided and the toilet seat was all wet and broken.
The outward journey was not very good the two drivers did not speak one word from the time they left Victoria , they only spoke when arrived at passport control , when arrived we were expecting a break to get refreshments and when the bus stopped was then informed we could not stop as late as they both smoked they decided after another hour they would stop for 10 mins for a cigarette break , they also took a full coach into a filling station and filled the coach and we remained there for over 30mins could not get off but one driver went into the shop and brought refreshments themselves and had a smoke this i found very unfair and very rude not to speak to anyone of the passengers , the journey home was great the driver informed us of very stop he made introduced himself gave us full details of all stops he would be making , the train was late and he done very well in getting us back to Victoria in the time he did , his name was Goddy , i am a regular customer and travel to Amsterdam at least twice a year and i say it all the time the only problem i have is why is it that eurolines use the old coaches to travel so far and the nice new modern ones only go Paris and Manchester ect , it would be nice to have more up to date coaches on the long 12 hur journeys
I was checked in by 8.15pm for the bus leaving Victoria at 9pm and while waiting in the waiting area no announcement were made for the 143 bus. Only after hearing the FINAL call I made my way to the bus and the driver refused to take me on board although I came directly after the final call was made and remembering that no other call were previously made in the speakers! Luckily the receptionist kindly put me on the morning bus at no extra charge but that didn't made any difference in the fact that a whole day was lost and that some overstay cost were engaged!
Frequently asked questions on the trip London - Amsterdam
How much does a bus ticket from London to Amsterdam cost?
The average bus ticket price from London to Amsterdam is £52. The best way to find cheap bus tickets from London to Amsterdam is to book your tickets as early as possible. Prices tend to rise as your travel date approaches, so book in advance to secure the best prices!
How long is the bus ride from London to Amsterdam?
The average travel time between London and Amsterdam is around 12h 40m, although the fastest bus will take about 9h 5m. This is the time it takes to travel the 222 miles that separates the two cities.
How many daily bus connections are there between London and Amsterdam?
The number of buses from London to Amsterdam can differ depending on the day of the week. On average, there are 6 on this route. Some buses run direct routes, while others have layovers. Simplify your bus trip from London to Amsterdam by comparing and selecting the bus that fits your travel style and budget on Busbud.
Which bus companies travel from London to Amsterdam?
When taking the bus from London to Amsterdam, you can travel comfortably and safely with FlixBus, BlaBlaCar, BlaBlaBus.
What are the departure and arrival stations when taking the bus from London to Amsterdam?
Buses travelling between London and Amsterdam leave from Buckingham Palace Road or Earl's Court and arrive at Radarweg, Amstel, De Ruijterkade.
Best time to book your trip
Price is for a one-way ticket for one passenger and based on past departures.
Days before departure
Buddy tip: the best time to book this trip is usually 1 days before departure.
The average bus ticket from London to Amsterdam costs around £34 for departures 1 days prior.
Over the last 90 days, ticket prices from London to Amsterdam vary and during peak season, ticket prices are around £158 while at other times, you can expect to pay around £18.
Usually Comuto Pro (BlaBlaCar Bus) will charge you higher prices for tickets closer to the departure date. To find the best prices, you should be flexible on your date of travel.
If we look at the other days, booking between 30 days and 60 days before the departure will allow you to save £10.
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Bus Travel Tips
If you're abroad, study some local language. Not only could it get you out of a pickle during your bus trip from London to Amsterdam but it'll also be endearing to native speakers who will surely appreciate your effort.
Start sightseeing the minute your bus leaves the station. If you're on the night bus from London to Amsterdam, get comfy and count the stars.
Buses have the smallest carbon footprint of all motorized transport modes. A bus going from London to Amsterdam will emit half the CO2 emitted by a train, and radically less than a car or an airplane.
Tune out to the fine sounds of your best music playlist on your bus trip from London to Amsterdam while indulging in miles on end of beautiful scenic views.
Did you know?
The average number of passengers on a coach bus is 32 meaning that a bus could replace a minimum of at least 30 cars!
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