VVV Dordrecht is a warm bath for visitors and residents alike. Would you like to know what there is to do in Dordrecht or are you looking for genuine Dordrecht products? The staff are ready to tell you anything you want to know about Dordrecht and they are also extremely knowledgeable about all the activities. Not only do they know all about events and highlights of the city, they also give tips on where to stay. You can also get city walks and also cycle routes in the Biesbosch.
The staff are ready to tell you everything about Dordrecht.
Of course, much can be found online, but the added value of VVV Dordrecht lies in the personal contact and the interactive environment. The staff will help you find the undiscovered gems. There is always something unknown to discover, even in your own hometown. VVV Dordrecht puts you on the right track.
Dordrecht Tourist Office
3311 GN Dordrecht
Monday to Friday: 09.30-17.30 hours
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays and holidays: 11.00-15.00 hours
*Closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day
From Dordrecht CS it is a 10-minute walk, follow the signs for the tourist office. If you arrive in the centre by city bus, it is best to get off at the 'Centrum' stop.
Park your car nearby in parking Achterom or Veemarkt.
VVV Dordrecht office is the reception area where you can find inspiration about the city. The informal atmosphere of VVV Dordrecht, with its cosy seating areas, free WIFI and delicious coffee, invites you to view the audiovisual presentation about the city, the exhibition Schatten van Dordrecht and the interactive maquette.
In the VVV shop, books, maps, city walks, routes and souvenirs are for sale, and various brochures about the city and region are available. Can't come by? Then look in the VVV webshop.
VVV Dordrecht is stocking more and more products with a Dordrecht touch. The VVV store has undergone a metamorphosis and now has four storefronts full of local products. Such as Dordrecht sheep's head cookies, beer and wine as well as Dordrecht tea and honey. Our offer appeals to the imagination of Dordovans looking for a nice gift but is also worthwhile for visitors from outside the city. Discover all kinds of fun gadgets such as a 3D print of the tower of the Grote Kerk as a keychain or accessory for your interior. The magnets are real hits just like the Dordtse schapenkopkeultjes: licorice in a can.
Read the blog De Dordtse Legende why Dordents are called sheep's heads.
In the surroundings of Dordrecht there is an extensive cycle route network of 325 kilometres. So hire an (electric) bicycle from the VVV and discover historic Dordrecht, the green Biesbosch or the beautiful polders on your own.
VVV Dordrecht rents out unisex bicycles for € 12.50 per day. If you would rather get on an electric bicycle, this is also possible for € 26 per day. Please contact the VVV in advance to avoid disappointment!
New: Hire an e-chopper from VVV and discover Dordrecht and the surrounding area on this sturdy electric scooter.