icoon - autoDordrecht is easy to reach by both car and public transport. Waterbuses provide public transport by water. Motorised traffic has only limited access to a part of the inner city.

Map of Dordrecht
Free map city centre Dordrecht available VVV tourist information or by download.

By car
Dordrecht lies on the A16 motorway between Breda and Rotterdam and is also quickly accessible from the A15. Parking is free for the first 24 hours in the Weeskinderendijk car park. Or follow the signs and park your car in one of theparking garages in the centre.

Restricted traffic in the inner city
The car-free area in the historic city centre allows pedestrians to wander around. ‘Pollers’, retractable bollards in the road surface, restrict traffic access to this area, where parking is not allowed.

By bike
Bicycles, mopeds and scooters can be parked for free in the Achterom (Raamstraat) and Statenplein (Kolfstraat) bicycle parking facilities. Bicycles and electric bikes can be rented from, among others, the VVV.

Train and bus
NS station Dordrecht Centraal is less than a ten-minute walk from the city centre. The NS station is the departure point for the city and regional buses operated by QBuzz. Bus line 10 runs through the inner city, past the Grote Kerk [Great Church] and the Groothoofd.
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Tourist day ticket 2019 // tourist-day-ticket.jpg (127 K)Available at VVV Dordrecht:Tourist Day Ticket
Unlimited travel in all buses, trams, metros and ferries in theregion South of Holland.

By water
The Waterbus sails between Dordrecht and the Drecht cities (various routes) and between Dordrecht and Rotterdam. Bicycles travel free of charge. Waterbuses for Zwijndrecht depart from the Hooikade, the other waterbuses depart from the Merwekade.
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