Discovering Holland?

Do you know which spots you want to visit? Our planner helps you find your destination. It shows your journey, the cost and even includes the types of transport you will have to use. We have listed some spots on this page. You can also find more information about traveling from the airports and how to pay for the public transport in the Netherlands. 

Check our beautiful spots by Public Transport!

Welcome in the Netherlands

Do you enter the Netherlands by plane? On the page "From the Airport" we have compiled a list of public transport possiblities from all Dutch Airports.

There is more to see

Plan your journey for example to one of the next destinations.


One of the most popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands is the Keukenhof. Keukenhof is a flower park of 32 hectares, located in Lisse, in South Holland. It opens only during the two months that the flower bulbs are in bloom: from 21 March 2019 to 19 May 2019. Prepare yourself to be amazed at the sight of all these amazing flowers!

Plan your journey to Keukenhof  


The Rijksmuseum is the iconic museum of the Netherlands. After ten years of rebuilding, refurbishing and renovating, the Rijksmuseum once again opened its doors to the public in full splendour on 13 April 2013. Both the building and the presentation of the collection underwent a total transformation. This revamping resulted in surprising furnishings, beautiful exhibitions, dazzling events and numerous facilities for young and old.

Plan your journey to Rijksmuseum  

Alkmaar - Cheese market

On average the Dutch eat 14,3 kilos of cheese per person per year. No wonder Holland has a worldwide reputation for being a cheese country. See how sellers and wholesalers do business as they have for 600 years at a cheese market in the cheese capital Alkmaar. You can also go to one of the numerous cheese shops in Holland and enjoy and compare the different flavors of cheese.

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Delta park Neeltje Jans

Visit the world’s biggest storm surge barrier in Zeeland: the Delta Works. This unique structure was built to prevent floods like the 1953 North Sea Flood, which the Dutch call the Watersnoodramp. With its 3 kilometers, the Oosterscheldekering is the longest component. Nearby you will find Deltapark Neeltje Jans and the Oosterschelde nature reserve, where you can learn more about nature on and beneath the water.

Plan your journey to Delta park Neeltje Jans 

How to pay for your journey by public transport

How do I purchase e-tickets in the 9292 app?

Plan your trip as usual in the 9292 app. The best travel options will immediately be displayed on your screen. Compare travel options, select the best one and purchase your e-ticket instantly by clicking "Purchase e-tickets" below the travel advice in your app.In the next screens, select the number of people and the section of your route that you need a ticket for.

After filling in the details for yourself and any fellow travellers, you can proceed to payment.


You can also pay for your journey by OV-chipkaart. We advice tourists to use an anonymous OV-chipkaart, which can be purchased for € 7.50 from any station, from any kiosk at a station, and from many supermarkets. You can then use the card immediately.


When you are a frequent traveller, a subscription might be cheaper. Use our online-tool to calculate the best subscribtion for you (OV Prijswijzer in Dutch). You can find this tool at the bottom of your journey/travel advice.