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We had a night over at the Euromast suite Heaven. We looked for a nice transportation tot ss... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
rjmwuijtswinkel
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Elst, The Netherlands
Comfy, fast and beautiful views

This was my first travel with the Waterbus and i have to say that it was so nice. I take the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
LilyYanakieva
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Sofia, Bulgaria
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Waterbus is the largest public transport ferry system in the Netherlands. With 111 employees, 13 ships and 19 stops, the fast ships will take you 365 days of the year for a fun and comfortable tript to Dordrecht & area and Rotterdam. One of our most...more
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We had a night over at the Euromast suite Heaven. We looked for a nice transportation tot ss Rotterdam on the morning. Only 10 minutes walk from the Euromast the waterbuss stops. Next stop: ss Rotterdam

Thank rjmwuijtswinkel
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was my first travel with the Waterbus and i have to say that it was so nice. I take the waterbus from Erasmus bridge to Kinderdaik and it was a pleasure. Nice crew and different view over the city. I am definitely going again.

Thank LilyYanakieva
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I mistakenly purchased a tourist day ticket when attempting to go to the Markethal. So on my way I decided to look and see just what I could do with my day pass. In so doing, I found that my pass was good for something...More

Thank Jennifer H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We took the waterbus out to the windmill museum and got a reduced fare because we were over 65. Great experience, smooth ride and friendly attendant.

Thank flwildman
Reviewed 12 June 2018

A local friend gave us the idea to use the Waterbus to visit Kinderdijk, as we were in Rotterdam, and going by other means of public transport was going to take too long. The service is punctual, and you can both buy the ticket on...More

Thank Miguelal1984
Reviewed 21 May 2018 via mobile

DISAPOINTED We took the water bus at 17.00. The water bus officer from driehoeksveer to Rotterdam Erasmusbrug gave me back the wrong change. I gave him 54 euro for six adults. He should have given me back 30 instead of 25 euro. I pointed out...More

Thank Elia C
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Great means of exportation is the waterbus...it will take you to Dordrecht and places in between or to Rotterdam...you may take your bike along and it will give you a great sense to be on the water...

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Reviewed 24 April 2018

Rotterdam is all about it's waterways so to be on the waterways is essential in getting a feeling for the city. The Waterbus not only will get you to a bunch of "fun to see" sights economically but will also give you the feeling of...More

Thank BeverlyBelury
Reviewed 25 March 2018

You go on this to get to the Euromast! This is a must for anyone who wants to see Rotterdam! It goe's through the different canal stops!

Thank Lotustree43
Reviewed 18 March 2018

We took the waterbus on Xmas day and while it did not stop at Kinderdijk it was an easygoing cycle to the windmills. The conductress spoke excellent English and gave great directions . We did a few trips And it did get a bit costly

Thank Rowena H
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Kangol1
18 February 2016|
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Response from Roxanne W | Property representative |
A Waterbus Day Tickets costs €13 (standard) or €9,50 (reduction; 4-11 yrs old or 65+) when you buy it on board. When you buy it on WaterbusdotNLslashTickets it costs €11,70/€8,55. It's possible to pay with your creditcard on... More
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