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Travel to Delft - Weather

Delft is situated centrally between Rotterdam and The Hague, and because of the excellent infrastructure Delft is easily accessible by car and by public transport.

Travelling by Airplane:

Delft can be reached from Brussels Airport (also known as Zaventem airport, international airport code BRU) and, much more easily, from Amsterdam Airport (also known as Schiphol, airport code AMS). From both airports, you can take the to Delft.

From Brussels to Delft: Getting by train to Delft from Brussels is a three-leg trip: (1) from the airport to Brussels Midi train station, (2) from Brussels Midi to Rotterdam, and (3) from Rotterdam to Delft.
 

  • The first leg takes only 20 minutes and is a direct shuttle service from the airport to Brussels Midi. There are 5 shuttle trains per hour during most of the day.
     
  • In Brussels Midi, you take the High Speed Train (Also known as Thalys) from Brussels Midi to Rotterdam - travel time is about 1 hour and 35 minutes. Booking the Thalys train is best done well in advance, see the Thalys Website for booking details.
     
  • Finally, you take a local train from Rotterdam Central Station to Delft - this only takes 15 minutes. Trains again are frequent and tickets can be bought in the train station of Rotterdam. For railway travel information click here
     

From Amsterdam to Delft: You can take a direct train at Amsterdam Central Station to Delft - this trip takes less than one hour. For railway travel information click here

Travelling by Car:

From The Hague or Rotterdam, you reach Delft via the A13. Take junction 9 for the centre of Delft and follow the signs. For a detailed route description, please look at this Dutch ANWB route planner.

Public Transport:

Delft has two railways stations - Delft Centraal and Delft Zuid. The centre of town is five minutes walk from Delft Centraal railway station. For railway travel information click here.

And for the weather:

For updates on the weather in Delft and the Netherlands have a look at the Royal Meteorological Institute website . Weather in Spring can be very nice and mild with temperatures in the 20s (degrees Celsius), yet there is always a chance of a good Dutch shower!
 

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