From what I understood so far, it seems that these tickets could only allow them to travel as far as to Heerlen (or the border?), but then they would have to buy another ticket for the journey onwards from Heerlen (or the border?) to Aachen. Is that the case? What if they travel across the border on a Sneltrein operated by Arriva, which normally accepts tickets NS on their trains?
Thank you very much for any kind assistance!
Beste antwoord door Thom
The Holland Travel card is a chipcard, but unlike a regular ov-chipcard, valid for a short period. It is a cardboard card with a small chip. Do not bend.
It is valid from Heerlen to Aachen as well. Aachen is a German city, but up to Aachen it is a Dutch line, with Dutch conditions You will have free access to it, the way Dennistd mentioned,
It is a curious exception.