Do you wish to travel from Rotterdam to Brussels in 1 hour and around 20 Euros? Fyra high speed train is your answer. I have the first hand experience in the Fyra high-speed train service during my recent trip to the capital of Belgium: Brussels. This new high-speed train service that links Amsterdam to Brussels was launched in early December and I would like to share my humble review.
|Fyra High-speed Train|
Getting a ticket for Fyra is simple. Tickets could be purchased securely online with credit card anytime of the day via NSHispeed.nl website, NS Hispeed Telesales via 0900-9296, or at the traditional ticket & service office at major train stations. You may purchase an advance ticket up to 3 months before your intended journey and typically the cheapest 'Super Saver' tickets are available if you procure earlier.
I bought my tickets online a couple of days before my departure and paid 44 Euros for the return train ticket. The train arrived on time at Rotterdam central station and I was impressed by the aerodynamic while quirky train design that coupled with a rather striking paint job. Boarding was a breeze even though the train is rather full.
|Rotterdam Central & Brussels Central Station|
Although not the longest nor the fastest high-speed train service in the world, Fyra can certainly give the European best a run for their money. I look forward to another journey on-board of Fyra high-speed train in the near future.
Book your tickets now via nshispeed.nl to experience this fast and fuss-free Fyra high-speed train service.
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