Discover the Maas-Rhine Euregio area by bus and train
€ 18,50 per day
- Travel the Maas-Rhine area all day long for one day for just € 18,50
- For up to two adults and three children under 12 at weekends and on public holidays
- Valid in Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands
- Valid at peak hours too
- You can find all the information on the validity of the Euregio-ticket in the folder
En verderWanneer u in het weekend met meerdere personen op één Euregioticket reist, kunt u met maximaal 5 personen door de poortjes met dezelfde barcode. Laat eerst uw medereizigers één voor één passeren, en ga zelf als laatste door het poortje.
You can buy a Euregio-ticket at a number of NS stations in South Limburg, which is part of the Maas-Rhine Euregio. These are the stations from Roermond and southwards, in Belgian Limburg, Liege province and Aachen region. You can also buy Euregio-tickets at the NS service counters in Maastricht, Heerlen, Sittard and Roermond.
You can buy a Euregio-ticket in The Netherlands as a single-use smart card without a surcharge at Veolia ticket machines and NS service counters at Roermond, Maastricht and Heerlen stations. This paper OV-chipkaart is accepted by all train operators.
Find out more about the single-use smart card
On precisely what buses and trains is a Euregio-ticket valid?
All scheduled buses in the Maas-Rhine Euregio.
- Germany: all Regional Express (RE) and Regional Bahn (RB) trains
- Belgium: all trains on selected routes, but not on the Thalys, ICE or Euronight
- The Netherlands: all trains
Can I see the area where the Euregio-ticket is valid?
Yes, there is a map in the Euregio-ticket folder showing you precisely where you can travel with a Euregio-ticket.