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Delft

The city of Delft is known for it's rich history, the cozy atmosphere and the combination of modern and old. A city for all ages and where one is never bored. Delft is easily accessible from the hotel by bicycle, car or public transport. Within walking distance (10 minutes) you are at Ypenburg station where there is a direct connection to the center of Delft.

Below you will find an overview of certain activities:

Museum Prinsenhof
In Museum Prinsenhof Delft you can experience Dutch history. Discover stories about Willem van Oranje, Delft Blue, Delft innovations and art. For more information click here.

Vermeer Center Delft
Discover the Vermeer Centrum Delft. Experience life, work and Delft, the city of the 17th-century master of light: Johannes Vermeer, a Dutch painter in the Golden Age. Vermeer had a preference for timeless, subdued moments. It remains enigmatic because of the inimitable color scheme and the astonishing light content. For more information click here.

Museum Prinsenhof
The former Sint-Agatha monastery in Delft is now furnished as the Prinsenhof Museum. At one time, Museum Prinsenhof events took place here, which can now be read back in the history books. Think, for example, of the murder of William of Orange in 1584. The bullet holes are now framed. The fifteenth century monastery served for a long time as a nunnery. For more information click here.

De Oude Kerk

De Oude Kerk

The Oude Kerk, also called the Oude Jan or Scheve Jan, is one of the two large, old churches in Delft. The Oude Kerk dates from 1246 and is the oldest church in Delft. What is striking is the leaning tower so that you can certainly see from a distance that the church is no longer upright, a very special sight for such a large structure.

The Oude Kerk is still in use as a church, services are held on Sundays and special holidays.

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Cozy squares

Cozy squares

Delft is known for the large and cozy squares with many restaurants. At the Beestenmarkt you can experience the cozy atmosphere while enjoying a snack and drink under the characteristics trees. There are more entrepreneurs on the Market who are happy to provide you with a culinary highlight. The terrace overlooks the Markt where the Nieuwe Kerk is located.

At 108.75 meters, the tower is the highest church tower in the Netherlands after the Dom Tower in Utrecht. The church is also known for the Tomb of William of Orange.

Porceleyne Fles

Porceleyne Fles

The beautiful Delft Blauw attracts many tourists from home and abroad. Experience the beautiful porcelain works of art for yourself at the Porceleyne Fles. At the end of the 16th century, 'Delft Blauw' came to the Netherlands from China. At that time, the porcelain was very expensive, so production was started in the Netherlands itself, the Porceleyne bottle also called Royal Delft. In the present we can still enjoy this and you will encounter the real Delft Blauw in several places in Delft.

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