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Tips from Arriva: the best outings in the region

We've prepared a selection of outings in your area that you can book directly. Can you get there (or most of the way there) using some of Arriva's bus lines in South Holland? Then you can immediately buy your bus tickets too. The offering is constantly expanding, so make sure you keep an eye on the website. Enjoy!

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Canal Cruise Leiden

See the monuments and museums of Leiden from the water on this cool cruise
4.6 (265)
From $13.20
Alphen aan den Rijn

Archeon Museum Park

Interactive fun with historical times in Holland, plus a live gladiator fight!
4.5 (33)
From $26.94
Amsterdam Bestseller

Rijksmuseum: Entry Ticket

See the world's biggest Rembrandt collection, and 800+ years of Dutch history
4.8 (8,732)
From $25.84
The Hague

The Mauritshuis Museum

See Vermeer's iconic 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' and other masterpieces
4.8 (507)
From $20.90
The Hague

Louwman Museum

The world’s oldest private collection of coaches and cars
4.8 (124)
From $20.90

Maritime Museum Rotterdam

Celebrate six centuries of seafaring at the Netherland's premier maritime museum
4.4 (12)
From $19.25

Haarlem Canal Cruise

Get the best views of the historic city center of Haarlem from the water
4.7 (6)
From $20.35

Canal Cruise Utrecht

Cruise the canals of the unique medieval city of Utrecht and get the best views
4.2 (27)
From $17.05
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Hand-picked combinations


The Amsterdam Pass

  1. Van Gogh Museum
  2. Rijksmuseum
  3. Canal Cruise

+ 1 other top thing to do

4.4 (141)
From $72.03 $68.19

Rotterdam Zoo + Euromast

Book once and enhance your experience with this convenient combination of 2 must sees

4.4 (8)
From $41.24

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The Colosseum is a massive ancient amphitheater in the center of Rome. Picked apart by scavengers and ravaged by earthquakes and time, the Colosseum still stands as an impressive symbol of life in Ancient Rome. It showcases the power of past emperors and the durability of the Eternal City. This huge, marble and limestone structure was built to hold more than 50,000 spectators, all there to revel in the various forms of (mostly violent) entertainment, such as hunts, gladiator battles, and executions.
4.6 (24,501)
From $20.90


Originally opened in 1952 as a Fairytale Forest with cartoonish animatronics, Efteling has grown in size and stature to become one of Europe's premier themeparks. With rides, restaurants, and attractions it's a great day out. Delightfully, the Fairytale Forest is still there (and still full of wonders).
4.8 (898)
From $52.79
The tulip is one of the most iconic symbols of the Netherlands – and nowhere are they worshipped more whole-heartedly than at the Keukenhof. Known as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof has fields of more than seven million tulips spread out over 32 hectares. The focus is on the mighty tulip, but roses, gerberas, daffodils, orchids, and more all get their time to shine here. There are English and Japanese gardens, a playground, petting zoo, maze and much more to explore. It's open for just eight weeks each spring.
4.8 (10,396)
From $10.94
The famous Scheveningen Pier just got a lot more exciting! Now you can enjoy panoramic views from the luxury ferris wheel, or test your nerve on the gigantic zipline and vertiginous bungee platform.
4.5 (341)
From $16.50

Amersfoort Zoo

Seven themed zones, inventive ways to explore each area – including rafts, pedal boats, slides, and rope bridges – and exotic animals from around the world; Amersfoort Zoo is the perfect place for kids to discover the animal kingdom! They can expect to feed birds right out of their hand, stare down over a bear's den, and come face to face with lions. See red pandas, lemurs, tigers, camels and crocodiles! The list goes on and on, but the stars of mother nature are all here. And if real-life animals somehow aren't entertaining enough, kids can visit the Dinopark and see 70 dinosaurs brought to life, as well as enjoy four unique playgrounds.