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Bus Amsterdam to London: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for Amsterdam - London
User reviews from travelers who booked a bus ticket from Amsterdam to London
Ratings and Reviews (33)
Well done, Good Experience. The driver very polite and good service.
everything was very nice, but many passengers were very rude ! they never asked their children to be quiet or even to reduce the volume of the music on their kids' phones and ipads. the journey was about 12 hours and I couldn't sleep or read or do anything on board.
We arrived 1h late and also it was no wifi in bus.
Ended up being national express but out of all 4 tickets booked, 1 persons information hadn't been sent over for the list therefore there was some complications getting on the bus
It was fantastic and very punctual service with helping professional crew .
Bus was late by almost an hr and a half into London. Station in Amsterdam was poorly signposted and lack of staff to assist where as flixbus had surplus staff providing assistance. Driver informed us we were actually booked for a later ferry than the one we boarded so goodness knows how we would of got back to Victoria station for 7:45 when we caught an earlier one and got there for 09:10. Complete disappointment considering I paid 89€ and didn’t want to be stuck on a coach for longer than I needed to be
Very relaxing comfortable enjoyable
We had no idea what was happening around us, the bus was stopping without telling us what was going on/whether we could get out
Driver must stop somewhere to give the chance to have a cup of tea,cuffee and for little rest for 20 to 30 min
Too long at border control but not your fault of course. Slightly uncomfortable seats for such a long journey but was so inexpensive not to worry.
Very disappointed to be honest. Rude staff, not helpful at all. Toilet lacked of look roll and soap. Wi-Fi not working.
leg room and seats extremely small. Very liitle space. Very uncomfortable.
The seats were uncomfortable and the free wifi that was promised was never available. My side’s AC didn’t work as well. During the border patrol checking, it took us longer to get cleared because the verification card, which was provided for the other bus, wasn’t given to us.
The driver was very rude.the wi fi was not working ask the driver few times but he wasent helpfully
On our trip from London to Amsterdam the driver hurts a little over education. He cried several times with me and my husband, and he was totally annoyed at not mastering the English language.
No planning, bus engine was not starting for 15 mins
The driver was really rude to the passengers
Toilet is very dirty no toilet roll. Not enough space in the seats. bus is really old
The person from the Eurolines desk was very nice and helpful, the drivers were ok, not as friendly as I was expecting. The toilet was closed when I initially wanted to use it and then closed again at some point during the trip, but they always opened it when asked. Unfortunately, there were not outlets on the bus, which nowadays would be necessary. We had problems at the French border, but this was no one`s fault, except of the guy who had something shady with him. I was happy to get a ride back to London as we have initially booked a flight and had some issues, although we have arrived an hour(or so)later in London mostly because of the border issues we have encountered)
A lot of interruption in our sleep (night bus) by the driver. Wifi bot working. Overall poor experience
The trip was good, just couldn't find a phone plug on the bus to charge my device, but all in all it was good and thr drivers were pleasant.
I asked 3 different employees if there was any way to see an itinerary of the trip and I was not given any answers. We went into the trip blindly and were shuttled around like cattle in between border patrol and the ferry. Additionally, after picking up a second group of people at the second stop of the trip, a woman sat on top of me for the majority of the trip, while the man in front of me reclined all the way back. Our bus also got in an hour and a half late and the driver made very abrupt stops.
Your staff was scary. The spoke no english. One of them was sleeping and when i asked them to unlock the toilet they shouted at me. Very rude, unpolitical people. I felt scared by them.
Was not aware of the hour early check in therefore was refused entry for the coach and had to wait another day to take a coach home
This trip was ok the drivers were speaking English and were respectful wich seems to be a bonus sometimes. Enjoyed it even with the usual delay
Rude staff. Very long delay
No toilet roll the whole journey nor air conditions even though we asked him. I am do disappointed with your service
Will be better if the bus can be equipped with USB port for charging.
Will never use your services again
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Buses leaving from Amsterdam to London will depart from Duivendrecht Station, Amsterdam Sloterdijk Central, Radarweg, Amsterdam Schiphol, Eurolines Amsterdam Station Duivendrecht, Amsterdam Sloterdijk, Amsterdam Station Duivendrecht, Amstel Station, De Ruijterkade or Europaboulevard P18.
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|Departure Time||12:05 AM - 11:55 PM|
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|Bus Companies on This Route||FlixBus, Eurolines France, National Express, OUIBUS, ALSA|
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