Getting around Holland by rail
Holland has an extensive rail network with regular services all over the country. You can get from one side of the country to the other with your bicycle in a matter of hours. This makes the train a good way of exploring different parts of Holland.
Getting around Holland by ferry
Visiting the Dutch Wadden Islands, island hopping or crossing the many rivers and canals: ferries are an important means of public transport in Holland. Taking your bicycle is never a problem, though there might be an extra charge.
Getting around Holland by bus, tram or metro
Holland has an extensive network of local public transport. However, you can’t take a regular bicycle on buses and trams. Bikes are allowed on the metro, but Amsterdam and Rotterdam are the only cities with a metro service.