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Timetable changes

Track Maintenance 

Changes to the Standard Timetable

From 7th July to 18th August, we will often be taking detours in both directions (ES 452 and ES 453) due to track maintenance work in Germany and the Netherlands. This page will be updated regularly with the changes. 

 

Period: July 2024

 

ES 453 Brussels/Amsterdam to Berlin/Prague:

 

  • On 8th and 10th July, departure will be approximately 30 minutes earlier from all stations in Belgium and the Netherlands (except Deventer) and we will not stop at Amersfoort Centraal.

  • On 12th July, departure will be approximately 30 minutes earlier from all stations in Belgium and the Netherlands (except Deventer) and we will not stop at Amersfoort Centraal. Arrival the next day at all stations in Germany and the Czech Republic will be 60 to 90 minutes later.

  • On 15th, 17th, 19th, and 22nd July, departure will be approximately 30 to 45 minutes earlier from all stations in Belgium and the Netherlands (except Deventer) and we will not stop at Den Haag HS, Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam Centraal, and Amersfoort Centraal. The replacement station is Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA. Arrival the next day at all stations in Germany and the Czech Republic will be 60 to 90 minutes later.

  • On 24th July, departure will be approximately 30 to 45 minutes earlier from all stations in Belgium and the Netherlands (except Deventer) and we will not stop at Den Haag HS, Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam Centraal, and Amersfoort Centraal. The replacement station is Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA.

  • On 26th July, departure will be approximately 30 to 45 minutes earlier from all stations in Belgium and the Netherlands (except Deventer) and we will not stop at Amersfoort Centraal. Arrival the next day at all stations in Germany and the Czech Republic will be 60 to 90 minutes later.

 


ES 452 Prague/Berlin to Amsterdam/Brussels:

 

  • On 8th, 10th, and 12th July, arrival/departure at Amsterdam Centraal and all subsequent stations in the Netherlands and Belgium will be approximately 30 minutes later, and we will not stop at Amersfoort Centraal.

  • On 15th, 17th, and 19th July, arrival/departure at Bad Bentheim and all subsequent stations in the Netherlands and Belgium will be up to 150 minutes later, and we will not stop at Amersfoort Centraal and Amsterdam Centraal. The replacement station is Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA.

  • On 21st July, arrival/departure from Berlin will be approximately 30 minutes later and arrival/departure at Bad Bentheim and all subsequent stations in the Netherlands and Belgium will be 90 to 120 minutes later, and we will not stop at Amersfoort Centraal and Amsterdam Centraal. The replacement station is Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA.

  • On 26th and 29th July, arrival/departure at Bad Bentheim and all subsequent stations in the Netherlands and Belgium will be 90 to 120 minutes later, and we will not stop at Amersfoort Centraal.

 

The final timings are updated in our booking system. Passengers who have already purchased a ticket will receive a notification about the revised schedule.

Standard timetable

Since 25 March 2024, the Brussels – Amsterdam – Berlin night train has been extended to the Czech capital Prague. Along the way the Night Train stops in romantic Dresden, the spectacular nature reserve of Saxon Switzerland and in Bad Schandau, along the beautiful Elbe valley.

Standard timetable

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