City centers in the Netherlands are best reachable by public transport. You simply take the tram, bus, (train) taxi or rent a bicycle at the station. City buses are entering the center from all directions. An extensive network of city transport ensures that every district is easily accessible.
In the Netherlands, the public transport chip card (OV-chipkaart) is used for travel with trams, buses and metros. The OV-chipkaart is the size of a bank card and contains an invisible chip, which can be loaded with credit in Euros or with a travel product such as a single or season ticket. With an OV-chipkaart you can travel anywhere within The Netherlands.
Taxis are available at many taxi ranks located throughout the city. The tariff is a fixed charge plus a mileage charge, but do note that taxis are more expensive compared to other European cities.
Currently it is mandatory to wear a face mask when traveling with public transport and you may only use the public transport for necessary travels.