It took a while to get there from Rotterdam, but it was well worth it on a sunny Sunday! A nice place to go for a stroll, or bring your bike. At least one of the windmills are open for visitors to have a look inside. And the photo ops are countless!
I went from Rotterdam to Kinderdijk by Waterbus (waterbus.nl). Just make sure you get off at the right stop. The crew onboard told me I had to get off at Alblasserdam, and take a bus from there to the windmills. Since this was a Sunday, I had to wait for the bus in Alblasserdam for about an hour. When I got to the windmills, I realised I should have gotten off the waterbus the stop prior to Alblasserdam, as it said on a sign at the dock, and just walked to the UNESCO site – I believe it would have taken me 5-10 min. Getting back to Rotterdam, I took the bus to the south part of the city, and the train/subway to my hotel. I don’t know all the details regarding my return trip, as I at the mills met a Taiwanese girl residing in Rotterdam, who helped me get back. Lucky me 🙂