In addition to the train, you can also explore Holland quite easily by bus, metro and tram. Most bus stations are situated next to the train station in the center of a city or town. City buses, trams or metros will take you anywhere in the cities. Regional buses travel to the smaller towns and villages. Express bus services and the Interliner buses are comfortable alternatives for the train for inter-city travelling.
Amsterdam tram routes and tickets
One of the most popular parts of Amsterdam’s public transport network is the city’s reliable and frequent tram service. Many of the city’s trams terminate/start at Amsterdam Central Station. There are two tram ‘stations’ in front of Central Station – one on the east side, one on the west side (see map pictured right). They are just a short walk apart and from both areas, trams go towards the city centre before radiating outwards to different neighbourhoods and districts. Visitors to the city may enjoy this handy guide to some of the main tram stops in the city centre and their nearby attractions.
Tram line 2 has been doing its permanent circuit in Amsterdam for more than 110 years. Thousands of people step onto this tram every day to get to work, to school, to friends or family. But what they often don’t know is that this is one of the most beautiful rides in the world! By the way National Geographic has designated this tram ride as one of the best tram rides in the world!