Delft has two train stations, Delft and Delft Zuid (Delft South). The city is also served by two tram lines, one of which will take you as far as The Hague, and numerous buses. The Campanile Hotel Delft is 10km from Rotterdam Airport. The tourist area can easily be reached by foot from the hotel.
The province of South Holland is known for its abundance of dairy-based food and there are many cheeses to choose from such as Gouda or Edam. As with any city you have a wide choice, but Ladera, in Oosteinde, offers an affordable traditional Dutch menu where you can join locals at the centre table if you choose to.
Delft offers a range of events and festivals. At the start of August it holds the Delft Chamber Music Festival. Over the course of ten days 16 classical music performances take place in the Prinsenhof museum. Between June and October Delft holds several cinema screenings of last season's MET New York operas at its Pathe cinema.
Did You Know?
The Delft Explosion, also known as the Delft Thunderclap, of 1654 destroyed much of the city, killed 100 people and injured thousands. Luckily many people were out of the city visiting a fair in The Hague. The explosion is one of the main reasons Delft University of Technology maintains explosion science as a key topic.
Municipality of Delft Website - http://www.delft.nl/
Delft Tourist Office - http://www.delfttoerisme.nl/eng/index.shtml
Delft Transport - http://www.delft.nl/delften/Residents/Getting_around/Public_transport