The industrial action by Dutch staff working for the state-owned railroad will bring most trains in the Netherlands to a standstill, reports dpa news agency.
The only rail services that will still be running are regional links that are operated by other providers, the rail company said on Monday.
Long-distance services to and from Germany will also be stopped completely.
Trains running from the German states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony to the Dutch border towns of Heerlen, Venlo and Hengelo will also remain in service.
Railroad staff have called the strike to demand higher wages.