Delft is located centrally in the heart of Holland known as the Randstad region, between Rotterdam and The Hague. Delft represents Europe at its best, with fast connections to anywhere in the world. Both physically, boasting Amsterdam and Rotterdam The Hague airports in close proximity and countless international railway connections available, as well as in terms of its role in many international knowledge networks, alliances and businesses.
Delft’s fine infrastructure makes it easily accessible by car and public transport. It is a compact city and all the main locations inside its historic centre are well within walking distance.
Amsterdam Schiphol – Delft
The Netherlands is easily accessible by airplane from all parts of the World. Schiphol International Airport (www.schiphol.nl) is one of central hubs for intercontinental as well as for European flights. From Schiphol International Airport, Delft is easy to reach via public transport or by special taxi, the so-called Schiphol Travel Taxi. Furthermore there are nine trains per hour that make the 45 minute journey between the airport and Delft. For more information, please visit www.ns.nl
Rotterdam The Hague Airport – Delft
Except for Schiphol International Airport, Delft has a second airport in its surroundings: Rotterdam-The Hague Airport (www.rotterdamairport. nl). This airport is aiming at the European destinations. Rotterdam The Hague airport is the area’s regional airport at just five kilometers from Delft. It offers fast and convenient services to many European destinations. For more information, please visit www.rotterdamthehagueairport.nl
Delft is connected to an excellent network of Dutch and European motorways, such as the A12, linking the region with Germany and the A16 – A4, which connects it to Belgium.
Delft is centrally located within the European railway network, connecting it to Paris, for example. There are many local transport facilities to move delegates during a conference, such as tram, bus, taxi and water taxi. Within Delft you can take busses, taxi’s or you can walk of course. The city centre is very compact.