Our location and how to get there
Haarlemmermeer is easily accessible by public transport from various places in the region. And did you know you can too travel with your debit card? You no longer need to buy a ticket or have an OV chip card.
From Amsterdam CS, the train to Haarlem and Zandvoort also stops at NS station Halfweg-Zwanenburg. The train from Amsterdam CS to Leiden stops at Schiphol Airport, Hoofddorp and Nieuw-Vennep.
Hoofddorp is easily accessible from Haarlem with bus lines 300 and 340.
Plan your trip ahead of time 9292 OV.
Travel ticket Amsterdam and Region
An easy and convenient way to explore the Haarlemmermeer and Amsterdam region is with the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket. This handy multifunctional ticket offers unlimited public transport by bus, tram, train and metro throughout the region. You can buy your ticket online or at the IAmsterdam Visitor Center and selected ticket counters. Read more.
Haarlemmermeer is easily accessible by car via the A4, A5, A9, A44 and A200 highways. The provincial roads that cross Haarlemmermeer are N201, N205 and N207. There is enough parking space in Haarlemmermeer. Look herefor parking fees.
There is nothing more fun than taking a nice bike ride through the beautiful surroundings of Haarlemmermeer. Cycle past the forts of the Defense Line of Amsterdam, through nature in the Haarlemmermeerse bos, or along the water on the Ringvaart. Read here where in Haarlemmermeer you can all rent a bicycle for a wonderfully relaxing day out.
In Haarlemmermeer you can go via Felyx rent an electric shared scooter. The provider works with an app to reserve and activate the scooters. The service areas, the zones where the scooters are located, are easy to find in the app. The app also shows where the 'no parking zones' are and where the reservation can be temporarily terminated. How exactly this works is explained in the app. Anyone with a driving license can use the moped scooters (no helmet requirement, 25 km/h) and moped scooters (helmet requirement, 45 km/h).