Travelling with children

By bike

If you want to travel with your children by bike, it is important to know how to travel safely. There are different ways to travel by bike with your child. You can read more about biking with children on Holland Cycling.

By car

If you are travelling by car with your child, it is important to know that it is compulsory for all passengers to wear a seatbelt. Children under 135 cm must be seated in an appropriate child restraint. Make sure to turn of the airbag if you are placing the child restraint on the front seat. Read more about all the Dutch rules for travelling with children (Dutch only).

By public transport

If you are travelling by train with either Arriva or the NS, children below the age of 4 travel for free. They also don’t need an OV-chipcard to travel. Children from the ages of 5 up to 11 can travel for free with an adult with a so called ‘Kids Vrij' ticket. For this ticket, the child needs a personal OV-chipcard. Per adult, 3 children can make use of this ticket.

If you are travelling by bus with Qbuzz, children up to the age of 3 can travel for free. Up to three children from the ages of 4 up to 11 can travel for free with one adult.

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