Will be covering our transportation to the UNESCO famous world heritage Kinderdijk.
This post isn’t supposed to be here as this is not inside our plan, but anyway thanks to the change. Here it is when our hired car didn’t come to pick us up on the appointed day and we have to do it our own way.
There are quite a handful of methods to get to Kinderdijk and one of the options, which I will be explaining or guiding here are for travelers, who stay near to the Amsterdam central station or even better if you are staying in the same hotel as us.
Get to the Amsterdam Central station, where trains are connected to the main cities in Netherlands.
Where to get the ticket?
Yellow ticketing machine outside the station
Customer service center(**Recommend)
Inside the customer service center:
What did we get?
Day Return Ticket ** recommended by the service counter staff
35.40EUR (Include 1EUR Surcharge)
If you would like to get your ticket online, visit their NS Trip- Tickets cart.
We will be taking the train to Dordrecht, as recommended by the staff and off we go:
Our train to Dordrecht at platform 2a:
Double deck train:
In the upper deck:
Food and drinks are allowed on the train. Clear your rubbish in the rubbish chute at the side of the window seat, when getting off the train.
Once alight at Dordrecht station, exit and turn to the right, in less than 3 minutes walk you will reach the bus terminal:
For more information you can just walk into the service counter:
4 EUR(One way)
Inform the bus driver your destination to purchase the Bus ticket
Pay the exact amount, drivers do not have change.
OV- Chip card is accepted on board
Take Bus 18 to Kinderdijk:
On the bus:
We alighted at the opposite of the entrance of Kinderdijk:
Waterbus service to Kinderdijk:
(Taken from: Waterbus Netherlands)
Duration: 30 minutes
Cost (Day Pass):
Children (4 to 11 years) & elderly (Age 65 +).
Ticket can be brought on the waterbus
Provide exact amount or notes not more than 50-100 EUR
OV- Chip card can be used on board
Online discount e-ticket is available but in Dutch only.
Here are some of the websites to visit: