Amsterdam Central Railway Station is a commonly used railway station for entering and leaving Amsterdam. In the central core area of Amsterdam, it is the center point around the canals. Amsterdam’s urban layout is spread along the canals. From here to famous tourist attractions, it’s a 10-minute walk or 10 minutes. The distance of the tram, the railway station itself is an architectural work of art, it is recommended to buy a transportation ticket, it is not difficult to travel around Amsterdam.
Simply a very beautiful train station. It has an authentic Dutch building style, with amazing view looking at the canal where you can embark for the canal tour. The station itself is very big, but do not worry, you won’t get lost, as the signs are very clear and the people there will always be ready to help you :)
Amsterdam Central Station is a beautiful building built in 1889. Outside the station is the lively Central Railway Station Square. Viewing the railway station building from the square, there are towers on either side of it. One is a clock tower and the other is a weather vane. For the Dutch who deal with sailboats and windmills, it is very important to have wind direction information.
Amsterdam Central Railway Station, Station Amsterdam Centraal, is one of the landmarks of Amsterdam. It is located at No. 15 Station Square in Amsterdam, with the famous Dam Square nearby. Address: Stationsplein, 1012 AB Amsterdam. The architectural style of the Central Station is a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance. It is marked by the central building connecting the two towers. The exterior is integrated and the roof span is about 40 meters. The station was designed by Dutch architect Pierre Cooper and built by Andrew Handyside and Company in Derby, England, England. The station started construction in 1881 and opened in 1889 as the main railway transit center in the Netherlands. Central Station is also the terminal station of Amsterdam Metro Lines 51, 53, 54 and Line 52 stops. It is more convenient to take the train from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam Central Station. From the airport to the station, after passing through the tunnel next to the station to the station, a short walk away, you can see the sea. Looking across the sea, you will see the sea-enclave dam area where you will stay that night. Oh, come to the water city, Amsterdam, known as the Venice of the North. I flew from North America to Europe, traveled through Britain, France, Germany, and arrived in the Netherlands. I just felt that I had come to a vacation destination by the sea behind Amsterdam Central Station. In my concept, vacation is to stay away from worries and feel at ease and feel at ease. It is best to live on the water's edge if you love the landscape. If a vacation is considered an episode of life, then life may be like taking a long-distance train, and one station is like a transit in life. One above the other, walking together is fate. In the past, the car was slow, and it was possible to buy some local products and take a walk when parking. Now the car is in a hurry, and a cigarette may be thrown away, and the road to the end can't be considered carefully. If so-and-so’s train is a story or a movie, then names like Central Station and South Station may be a symbol of chance encounters and love encounters; then the meeting and fellow travellers may be a mountain and flowing water, or a section of unforgettable memories; then the companion is really five hundred Years and five thousand years of practice, the encounter across thousands of rivers and mountains, a faint smile is already sinking. Then, all must be in freedom. You and I met at Central Station, bright and dazzling.