Holland Travel Ticket from €44
Discover the Netherlands with the Holland Travel Ticket from €44
The Holland Travel Ticket gives you carefree and unlimited travel for one day throughout the Netherlands on all public transport. Go punting in Giethoorn, shopping in Maastricht or visit the Delta Works in Zeeland. Or do all of them! It’s possible with a Holland Travel Ticket.
The Holland Travel Ticket is available as a regular ticket, which is valid every day and throughout the day, and a cheaper off-peak ticket, which is valid during off-peak hours: Monday to Friday before 6.30 a.m., between 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. and between 18.30 – 6.30. All day on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
- 1 day’s travel in train, bus, tram and metro throughout the Netherlands.
- Buy an off-peak Holland Travel Ticket for € 44 and travel with it from Monday to Friday before 06:30 and from 09:00 onwards. Valid all day at weekends and public holidays.
- Or choose a Holland Travel Ticket, which lets you travel for € 64 in the train, bus, tram and metro any day of the week, also during rush hours.
- Available at the NS ticket machines, the NS Tickets & Service Desks or online.
- Did you purchase the Holland Travel Ticket online? You will receive a voucher. With this voucher you have to collect your Holland Travel Ticket at one of the participating stations, of which you can find an overview on the FAQ page.
- The Holland Travel Ticket is not valid for Thalys
- Only valid for Intercity direct and ICE if a supplement is purchased
You can purchase your Holland Travel Ticket online as a voucher. You can than exchange your voucher for a Holland Travel Ticket at the NS Tickets & Service desks and at the ticket machines at the following train stations: Almere Centrum, Amsterdam Amstel, Amsterdam Centraal, Amsterdam Sloterdijk, Amsterdam Zuid, Den Haag Centraal, Eindhoven, Haarlem, Maastricht, Rotterdam Central, Schiphol Airport and Zaandam.
The Ticket is a “Smart ticket: OV-chipkaart”
The ticket is a single-use smart ticket (called an OV-chipkaart). Use it to check in at the start of your journey, and to check out at the end of every trip.
Checking in and out you hold your card up to the free-standing pole or gate to check in for your train journey; then repeat the process to check out again when you reach your destination. You need to check in and out with each operator, i.e. if you change to bus, tram or metro. You must also check out at an NS card reader before checking in with another operator. If you are travelling out of the country, you do not need to check in or out in the Netherlands.