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Help with train from Amsterdam to Berlin

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We will be traveling from Amsterdam to Berlin on Friday March 14. I am looking to book the travel now. I am confused.

I am at a website that says the total travel will be 78 E for 2 people. We will travel from Amsterdam to Hanover and change trains with a 13 minute transfer time to get on the train to Berlin.

Is that doable? That sounds like so little time to get off with our bags and get on the next train. Since we will obviously be traveling 2nd class will there be a seat available for us?

Should I be looking at another option of train? Is there a high speed train?

Flying is like $300 plus and we love trains. It's a great way to see the countryside and relax.

Thanks so much for your help.

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