Delft railway station was opened in 1847 but has recently undergone renovation work. This station is in Delft, in the Netherlands, in the southern region of Holland. Delft station has two platforms, used by trains operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen, which connect the city with The Netherlands' major destinations. There are toilets, cafés, newsstands, restaurants, ticket offices, shops and waiting rooms inside the station. There is car and bicycle parking outside the building, as well as bus stops, where you can catch buses to the city's districts. Delft station is equipped with facilities for passengers with reduced mobility, escalators and an audio and visual information system. Passengers stopping off at Delft station can spend a few hours exploring the New Church, The Koninklijke Porceleyne Fles museum (an earthenware factory), the Lage Bergse Bos or the Vermeer Centre.
|Duration||First and last train||Trains per day|
|To Amsterdam-Centraal||58m||0:24 – 23:54||152|
|To Amsterdam Schiphol Airport||38m||1:13 – 23:59||132|
|To Rotterdam||10m||0:05 – 23:40||186|
|To Paris||2h 55m||6:40 – 22:05||14|
|To Eindhoven||1h 15m||0:40 – 23:35||72|
|To Brussels||1h 28m||6:40 – 22:31||22|