Taking the Bus from Cologne
Buses from Cologne to Amsterdam depart from Breslauer Platz Bus Station, located next to the main railway station in the city centre. Both are on Cologne's transport network of frequent underground and suburban trains, buses and trams. Cologne also has several night bus routes. A taxi rank is also located at the station.
Getting into Amsterdam by Bus
Amsterdam is a charming city full of history, architecture, cafes and restaurants, and is the ideal place for exploring either on foot, bicycle or by water ferries and taxis. Amsterdam has several world-class museums, such as the Rijksmuseum, the Hermitage Amsterdam, the Van Gogh Museum, the National Maritime Museum and Anne Frank's House. There is also a lively cafe culture throughout the day and evening. Buses from Cologne to Amsterdam arrive at Amsterdam Sloterdijk Station. This is slightly further out of the city than Amsterdam Centraal Station, but linked by local trains and buses, as well as trams. Amsterdam's bus routes cover the outer areas of the city and run throughout the night, while trams operate within the historic centre. Hop-on hop-off water ferries are a perfect way to get around the city. A taxi rank is also located outside Sloterdijk Bus Station.