Fast, convenient, affordable public transport to Keukenhof
Public transport is the fast, comfortable way of getting to Keukenhof. First travel to one of the departure locations and then take Arriva’s bus straight to Keukenhof.
It’s really easy to plan your trip using the 9292 travel planner. Fill in your departure address (home or hotel) and the desired travel date and time. You will ten immediately be provided with travel recommendations from you departure address to Keukenhof.
Please note: on Saturday 13 April 2019 there will be no buses to and from Keukenhof due to the Bloemencorso or flower float parade. We recommend picking another day to visit Keukenhof on. For more information on 13 April 2019 please refer to keukenhof.nl/ov of bloemencorso-bollenstreek.nl.
Which ticket do I need?
In most cases the cheapest way to travel is by using a so-called Combiticket or combined ticket. This day ticket is both your Keukenhof ticket and your ticket for public transport on that day. The bus driver will drop you off right outside or near to Keukenhof’s main entrance and you don’t have to queue for tickets either. Overview of other tickets.
Travelling with the Combiticket
There are two types of Combiticket:
1. Combiticket train + bus + Keukenhof ticket
2. Combiticket bus + Keukenhof ticket
The following reveals how you travel and what the tickets cost per type of Combiticket. Order your Combitickets here to receive a one euro discount per ticket.
1. The journey to Keukenhof with the Combiticket train + bus + Keukenhof ticket
2. The journey to Keukenhof using the Combiticket bus + Keukenhof ticket
Extensive travel information including departure locations, bus stops and departure times.
You can also buy the Combitickets bus + Keukenhof ticket from a sales point in Amsterdam, at Hoofddorp, Haarlem or Leiden station or at Schiphol Airport. The tickets are 1 euro more expensive than these tickets. Overview of sales points.