Visit the Old and New ChurchWith its 110-meter-high tower, the Nieuwe Kerk is the second highest church tower in The Netherlands. During a clear day, it is worth climbing the tower, which provides beautiful views of the city and surroundings. A stone's throw from the New Church lies the 'Leaning Jan', the Old Church. This remarkable leaning tower has a special connection with the House of Orange because in 2004 Prince Friso and Princess Mabel were married there.
Delft’s Blue: a must-seeWhoever thinks of this municipality thinks of Delft's Blue, something you should not miss during a visit to this city. In the Museum Prinsenhof, the former Willem van Oranje house, you discover the origin of the Delft’s Blue. After discovering history, a look at one of the pottery plants is worth the effort. Check out the offer for a B&B on Bed and Breakfast Delft and you might eat your breakfast off of a Delft’s Blue plate.
The city of Johannes VermeerThe world-famous master of light was born and raised in Delft, so it's not crazy that you can admire his oeuvre throughout the city. You discover his life and his work in the Vermeer Centre, located in the former St. Lucas Guild's former association of artists. Book a guided tour in the Vermeer Centre and wander your way through his life in the 17th century.
B&B on the canalFor an optimal Dutch stay, you can spend the night by the canals. Indulge in the intelligence and hospitality of the B&B owners. Do you want to discover the art and culture of? Book an accommodation in the city centre on Bed and Breakfast Delft.