If you plan on visiting tourist attractions in the Netherlands, public transport can get you nearly everywhere. However, it comes at a price as well. While Dutch public transport is not very expensive, if you travel a lot throughout a single day, then the costs can add up significantly. The Tourist Day Ticket enables you to travel unlimitedly in the province Zuid-Holland for €14,50. It is valid for one day from your first check-in until the end of that day's timetable, and can be used in the metro, trams, buses and on the waterbus.
When you are travelling to Dordrechts Museum, the cost of a return ticket from your accommodation is often more than you expect. When you use the Tourist Day Ticket, you know exactly what you pay and what you pay for. It also prevents you from having to purchase a new ticket with every new operator, which makes travelling easier. Take public transport to Dordrechts Museum carelessly.
If you are travelling within one specific zone, the best option is to buy a day ticket from the transport operator concerned. But if you travel on the same day in different zones within the South Holland region, we recommend the Tourist Day Ticket.
The Tourist Day Ticket is for sale at the operators' service points and at participating hotels and tourist information associations.
The Tourist Day Ticket is valid when travelling with the RET, HTM, HTMBuzz, Arriva, Connexxion and Waterbus in the entire province of Zuid-Holland. The Tourist Day Ticket is not valid when traveling with train, Fast Ferry, Driehoeksveer, buurtbus, night buses and on bus lines 195 and 295. With the participating operators, you can easily travel to Dordrechts Museum.