It is easy to get to Haarlemmermeer with public transportation from different parts of the region.
For example, from Amsterdam Central Station, the train to Haarlem and Zandvoort also stops at Halfweg-Zwanenburg NS station. And the train from Amsterdam Central Station to Leiden also stops at Schiphol Airport, Hoofddorp and Nieuw-Vennep.
Hoofddorp is easily accessible from Haarlem with bus lines 300 and 340.
We advise you to plan your trip in advance on the website of 9292OV.
Travel Ticket Amsterdam & Region
An easy and convenient way to explore the Haarlemmermeer and Amsterdam region is with the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket. With this handy multifunctional ticket, you can use public transportation including buses, trams, trains, and metros throughout the region. You can buy your ticket online, or at the IAmsterdam Visitor Center and selected ticket counters. Learn more.
There are several highways leading to Haarlemmermeer, including the A4, A5, A9, A44 and A200. The provincial roads that cross Haarlemmermeer are N201, N205 and N207. There is ample parking space in Haarlemmermeer. Parking rates can be found here.
Nothing beats a nice bike ride through Haarlemmermeer's beautiful surroundings. Cycle past the fortresses of the Defense Line of Amsterdam, through nature in recreational area Haarlemmermeerse Bos, or along the water of the Ringvaart canal. You can rent a bicycle in Haarlemmermeer for a wonderfully relaxing day out. Learn more about where to rent a bike.
With GO Sharing and felyx, you can rent an electric scooter in Haarlemmermeer. Reservations and activation of scooters are handled through apps provided by both providers. The zones where the scooters are parked are easy to find in the apps. Additionally, the apps show where the 'no parking zones' are and where reservations can be temporarily terminated. The apps explain how this works in detail. Anyone with a driving license can use the mopeds (without helmet requirement, 25 km/h) and scooters (with helmet requirement, 45 km/h).