Eurostar is adding a new direct route to Amsterdam from London this spring.
The brand new high-speed service whisks customers from one capital to another and back again with no interruptions - and ticket prices start at £35 each way.
Journey time is roughly four hours, with the first trains running on April 30.
Eurostar have been offering routes from London to Amsterdam since 2018, but this is the first time passengers will be able to travel between the two cities without having to change along the way or stop in Brussels for passport checks.
Initially the Eurostar will operate two services a day, which will eventually increase to three and then four over the coming months.
Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Transport in the UK, said: "We’re continuing to invest in modern, efficient transport links with the continent so our businesses and tourism industry can flourish. The days of passengers being forced to decamp from the train at Brussels to file through passport control will soon be over, as we look forward to direct, return, high-speed services to Amsterdam and beyond."
Tickets go on sale on February 11.
Visit the Eurostar website for more information on the new service.