Our buses and trams can take you almost anywhere you want to go within the Haaglanden region, which consists of The Hague, Delft, Rijswijk, Voorburg, Leidschendam, Nootdorp, Wateringen and Zoetermeer.
Arrival in the Netherlands. There are two airports close to The Hague: Amsterdam Airport / Schiphol and Rotterdam The Hague Airport. These two airports have good public transport connections with The Hague.
Various bus, tram, metro and train companies operate in The Hague and the surrounding area. HTM runs 12 tram lines and 8 bus routes through the Hague region. The tram and bus lines run in Delft, Delft, Zoetermeer, Leidschendam, Voorburg, Rijswijk, Nootdorp and Wateringen.
If you are travelling by public transport in the Netherlands for the first time, let us explain for you how public transport works here.
The OV-chipkaart is the way you pay for public transport in the Netherlands.
There are various machines where you can load money onto your OV-chipkaart, buy a season ticket or pick up an order you placed previously.
If you only travel occasionally with HTM or if you’re only in The Hague and the surrounding area for a couple of days, HTM has various tickets that you can choose between.
Various season tickets can be bought for travelling with HTM. You can choose between a Regio abonnement and an Altijd Korting abonnement.
Discover it all with HTM: The Hague, Delft and the surrounding area have a lot of surprising things to offer. Public transport is an excellent way of discovering the best events, the bustling hotspots and surprising locations in the region.
HTM wants to be able to carry passengers quickly and in comfort. This is why HTM has rules and terms and conditions of carriage. In addition, HTM always handles personal data carefully.
When you travel without a valid ticket, you risk getting a fine. An HTM inspector can also give a fine for eating or drinking in tram or bus as well as for indecent behaviour. The Centraal Justitieel Incasso Bureau (CJIB) is in charge of settling the fine (not HTM).