How much is the bus fare in Netherlands?
GVB 1 hour ticket – €3.20, valid only on GVB trams/metro/buses, NOT on trains. A Bus Tram Metro (BTM) ticket is €6.50 and is valid 90 minutes on GVB plus Connexxion/EBS buses. 2. Unlimited GVB Day/Multi-Day tickets – Good value 1 to 7 day ticket (€8.50 to €37), children 4-11 €4 per day.
How do you pay for the bus in Holland?
Payment for public transport The most common way to travel by public transport is with an OV chipcard. An OV chipcard can be bought at stations or tobacco shops. In trams and buses, you can buy a day ticket or disposable chipcard. Please note: you cannot pay cash in many buses and trams.
How can I get free transport in the Netherlands?
If you are studying at a secondary vocational or tertiary education institution in the Netherlands you can apply for free and discounted student travel on public transport. You can apply for student travel at the central government’s executive organisation for education, Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs – DUO website.
Can I pay cash for bus in Netherlands?
Payment for public transport In trams and buses, you can buy a day ticket or disposable chipcard. Please note: you cannot pay cash in many buses and trams. From 1 January 2018 onwards, you will be able to pay in buses and trams using the PIN or no contact method only.
How does the I Amsterdam card work?
The I amsterdam card is an all-in-one city pass for Amsterdam that gives you access to dozens of major museums/attractions, public transportation, and a canal cruise, all for a set time period (ranging from 24 hours to 120 hours).
Is public transport free in Netherlands?
Public transportation discounts in the Netherlands Although Dutch students can travel for free, unfortunately, there are no discounts available for international students. That said, if you use public transport often, you can usually buy a season ticket or subscription to make your journey cheaper.