Eurostar will delay launching a direct rail link from Amsterdam to London until the beginning of 2020, as a result of Britain's impending withdrawal from the European Union in March, which will require stricter passport control checks before entering and exiting the Schengen Zone.
Currently, there are two trains a day going direct from London to Amsterdam, but from Amsterdam to London travellers are required to change trains in Brussels.
A trilateral agreement between the UK, Belgium, and ...
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