In the Netherlands, traveling by public transport is an easy and fun way to explore the various tourist destinations. But as you will notice, the costs of public transport can take up quite a big part of your travel budget, specially when you want to visit a lot of different places. Luckily there is the Tourist Day Ticket, which offers you unlimited access to tourist transport in the South Holland Rotterdam and The Hague region. For only €14,50, you can use the trams, buses, ferries and metro to travel around South Holland and visit all the must-see tourist attraction that are located in this beautiful and vibrant province
South Holland is the most populous province in the Netherlands and has a lot to offer. For example, you can go sightseeing in Rotterdam, The Hague, Leiden and Delft, or explore some of the beautiful natural areas in the region. Using the excellent tourist transport, you do not only get to see but also really experience what South Holland is about. Additionally, you will be able to save a lot of money by using the Tourist Day Ticket for the tourist transport in South Holland, as it usually costs more to buy separate tickets throughout the day.
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.
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Day Ticket online and we will send it to
your home or your hotel.
The Tourist Day Ticket is valid when travelling with the RET, HTM, HTMBuzz, Arriva, Connexxion and Waterbus in the entire province of South 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 South Holland.