Getting There

Delft is easily accessible by car and / or public transport.

 

  • PARKING IN DELFT

    There are four car parks around Delft city centre that provide quick and easy (paid) parking for your car. The city centre is just a short walk away from all three car parks. To get to the car parks, follow the signs for ‘P-centrum’.

    Delft city centre is a restricted area for cars. This means visitors cannot drive or park in the restricted zone. Do you need to drop somebody off in the city centre who has walking disabilities? Then you can apply for an day pass online at: https://parkeren.delft.nl/Account/LoginGuest?guestType=Person. If you are caught driving your car in the city centre without a day pass, then you will have to pay a fine.

    Marktgarage (Willem Naghelstraat)
    - the charge is € 3.00 per hour.
    - an all-day parking ticket costs € 16.00.

    Prinsenhofgarage (Kampveldweg)
    - the charge is € 3.00 per hour.
    - an all-day parking ticket costs € 16.00.

    Zuidpoort (Zuidwal)
    - the charge is € 3.00 per hour.
    - an all-day parking ticket costs € 16.00.

    Phoenixgarage (Phoenixstraat)
    - the charge is € 3.00 per hour.
    - an all-day parking ticket costs € 30.00.

    You can find more information about parking here .

  • Bicycle parking

    You can leave your bicycle in the supervised bicycle parking facility on the Vesteplein for free. This bicycle parking facility has room for 250 bicycles. Furthermore, the Central Station in Delft has (free) parking for 5,000 bicycles in the underground bicycle parking facility and for 3,700 bicycles in the overground bicycle parking facility. In addition, you can of course leave your bicycle (at your own risk) in the designated bicycle racks and bicycle parking areas around the city centre.