How to get around in Holland


Travel options in Holland  

Netherlands is one of the smallest countries in the world with a high population density. I can say that we have an excellent public transport system. I like to show you the most important ways to travel in our country by plain, train, tram, bus, ferry, taxi, bike and share some traveling tips and information about types of tickets you can use.

At the Airport

We have one intercontinental and four international airports. All the airports can be reached by train, bus, taxi or car. On every airport you can hire a car from several car rental companies like Herz, Budget, Avis and Europcar.

Intercontinental Airport: SchipholAmsterdam
Evert van de Beekstraat 202, 1118 CP Schiphol

International Airports:
Eindhoven Airport
Luchthavenweg 25, 5657 EA Eindhoven

Rotterdam The Hague Airport
Airportplein 60, 3045 AP Rotterdam

Maastricht Aachen Airport
Vliegveldweg 90, 6199 AD Maastricht

Groningen Airport Eelde
Machlaan 14a, 9761 KT Eelde

Travel by Train

When you are going to use the public transport like trains, buses or metro, you need a public transport card. The ticket system for the Dutch train, bus, metro and ferry is called OV-Chipkaart.

On every train station you can rent a bike. So I hope you can ride a bike and see a lot more of our towns and their surroundings.

Travel by Bus

Travel by car


Ferry Connections

Doing Holland by Bike


About Author


Hello, my name is Joop and I am the creator/designer of this blog. Always looking for new adventures. I travelled the World and would like to travel some more. Well, that's who I am in a nutshell. Together with some friends and family we like to show the Netherlands to the World. I hope you will enjoy our blog and persuade you to visit our lovely country. Love to see you soon in Holland.

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