Delft — a real Museum under the open sky. Sandwiched between the Hague and Leiden, this city is called the “absolute centre” of Holland. The historical centre of Delft have survived from the 17th century.
There is a perception that the market square of Delft, with a 109-metre-high belfry of the New Church (Nieuwe Kerk) is the most beautiful in the country.
Through the city passes the railway Amsterdam — Rotterdam — Brussels. Trains on this route stop at the main railway station. Station Delft Zuid (Delft South) take only local trains, at night it is not functioning. Also Delft is connected non-stop rail connections from the Hague, Dordrecht and Eindhoven.