Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

Travel information


How do you get to Delft? The city is easily accessible by car and / or public transport. Discover how you can get to the city easily and quickly.


You can travel to Delft quickly and easily from 40 European destinations via Rotterdam The Hague Airport.  Several major airlines fly at Rotterdam The Hague Airport, of which Transavia handles the most flights.
The Airport is only a 15-minute drive from Delft.

Schiphol Airport, the largest airport in the Netherlands, is 35 minutes away from Delft. Every day, various intercontinental and European flights land here. From Schiphol you can easily travel to Delft by train in 40 minutes or by car in 50 minutes.



Visit Delft relaxed and easy by train, tram or bus. The city is easily accessible by public transport. Since 2015, Delft has a modern underground railway station. They are still building the second rail tunnel tube.


To be able to travel by public transport, you need an OV chip card. As a tourist you will purchase an anonymous OV-chip card or a disposable OV-chip card. You can buy single tickets at one of the NS vending machines at the train station for a small extra charge. Do you not have a public transport chip card and do you want to travel by bus or tram? That is no problem, for a small surcharge you buy a ticket from the driver.


Delft is situated between The Hague and Rotterdam and it takes about 15 minutes to get to either city.Delft can easily be reached by car.

From The Hague and Rotterdam you drive via the A13 to Delft. On the A13 you take exit 9 (Delft) and follow the signs for ‘Centrum’ and ‘P-route centrum’.

From Amsterdam you travel on the A4 towards The Hague. At the Rijswijk exit turn onto the A13 towards Rotterdam.

Then take exit 9 (Delft) and follow the signs ‘Centrum’.In Delft, you can park (paid) in one of the four parking garages on the edge of the center.

Follow the signs ‘P-center’ to reach these garages. From the parking garages you walk to the city center in a few minutes. 

NOTE: the Sint Sebastiaansbrug is currently closed for all traffic due to road work. The diversion routes are marked with signs in the city and on the motorways.

The center of Delft is car-free.
As a visitor you can not come by car or park here. If you drive into the center without permission, you will be fined.