City Night Train, Amsterdam - Kobenhavn (direct) takes just around 15 hours.
It leaves Amsterdam between 6pm and 7pm and gets into the Danish capital just before 10am.
About 8 hours direct or:Copenhagen (CPH) to Boston, MA (BOS)Shortest Flight Duration * 10 hours 15 mins * Via Amsterdam, Amsterdam (AMS)
It takes about 6.5 hours to reach Berlin by train when traveling from Amsterdam.
A typical flight between Washington, DC and Copenhagen, Denmark would have a flying time of about 8 hours, 7 minutes.
6 hours and 45 mins via train
The average duration is 1 hour 22 min
The flight time is 39 minutes.
about 10 hours look at www.db.de for the night train
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About 8 hours. There is also an overnight sleeper train.
Amsterdam has only one main station, "Amsterdam Centraal". All long-distance trains depart from there.
If you take the Dutch Flyer train overnight, you leave London at 7PM and arrive in Amsterdam at 10AM, 15 hours.
Hello. About 2,5 hours.
one and a half hours by train
From 1,5 to 2 hours, depending on which city in Denmark you mean. 1,5 if Billund, 2 if Copenhagen (the capital).
In time you can travel by train in 5 hours and 40 minutes from Amsterdam Central to Luxembourg. You have to change trainsin Brussels North.
Departure point: Copenhagen, DenmarkDestination point: Paris, FranceEstimated flight duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes
On trippist.com it states that the total train ride is about six hours.
One hour, little less or a little more, depens on the time and which train you get.
The flight time from London Heathrow Airport to Copenhagen, Denmark is: 1 hour, 43 minutes
depending on the flight and connections, anywhere from 17 to 20 hours
Its about 6 hours - i think you have to go via Brussels.
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It takes a little more than an hour to get to Den Haag by train from Amsterdam Centraal Station
It would take about 1 hour and 45 minutes t fly from London, United Kingdom to Copenhagen, Denmark. There is approximately 596 miles between the two locations.
You can't travel directly from Amsterdam to London by ferry because London doesn't have a ferry port. You would have to travel from Amsterdam to Hook of Holland by train (or drive), catch a ferry to Harwich and then take a train (or drive) to London.