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The city of Dutch painter Vermeer. We like Delft a lot. It’s old and has a good vibe, with nice streets, shops, bars etc. Close to Den Haag and Rotterdam. You can visit museums, the old church, the flea market on Saturday or go to Royal Delft where they make the famous Dutch porcelain.
Just a very short train or car ride away from Rotterdam; the city of Delft. They call it 'small Amsterdam' for a reason. With small canals, lovely vibes, good places to eat and a great mixture between locals, students, families etc., it's a low key casual place but with lots of historic sightseeing…
Delft is the city of the world-famous Delft Blue ceramics, the birthplace of the ‘Master of Light’ Johannes Vermeer, and has close ties with the Royal House of Orange. Visit www.delft.com for more information.
a lot of my Italian friends call Delft "the nicest town of The Netherlands" and I believe that I agree :-)
Delft by Airbnb Experiences
Get to know this iconic landmark through Airbnb Experiences, small group activities led by locals