To make your visit to Delft as pleasant and comfortable as possible, you can use the many different facilities the city has to offer. Download the city map or get a copy at the Tourist Information (VVV) Delft to find your way around and locate all the facilities. 

If you would like to start your trip with even more information at hand about attractions, restaurants, shops and more, download or get a copy of the Highlight brochure at the Tourist Information centre.  

Please note: the city map and Highlight brochure are copyright protected. The map and brochure are only intended for private use. Any commercially related use of the map and brochure is prohibited, as is making any adjustments to the city map without the author’s explicit consent. 

Retail opening hours

Delft is heaven for anyone who loves shopping! Discover the many stores, boutiques, and specialty shops. Most shops in Delft are open daily between 09:00 a.m. and 05:30 p.m. On Sundays and Mondays, most shops in the city centre open at noon. 

On Friday evening, shops stay open until later for even more hours of shopping, when many shops stay open until 09:00 p.m.!  


Supermarkets have longer opening hours. They open at 08:00 a.m. and don’t close until late in the evening.  

Binnen bij een kledingwinkel in Delft

Public toilets

All public toilets in Delft can be located via the HogeNood app. HogeNood is the mobile app to find the nearest (semi-)public toilet facilities.  

Discover the HogeNood app
Ouder stel loopt langs het terras van 't Postkantoor in Delft in de zomer

School Holidays

School holidays in the Netherlands differ per region, depending on whether you live in the ‘South’, ‘Central’, or ‘North’. Check the annual overview to see the school holiday schedule for each region. Please note that some tourist attractions can be busier during school holidays.  


Learn more about school holiday
Een jongen met een blauwe trui die de schilderijen in het Prinsenhof Museum in Delft bekijkt

Emergency Services  

Do you need urgent (medical) assistance or are you in or do you see a life-threatening situation? Call the national emergency number 112 immediately. If you need help but there is no emergency situation, you can call 0900 8844 (police control room).     

For other, more general questions, you can call Tourist Information Delft during opening hours at +31 (0)15 215 40 51.  


If you wish to travel by taxi (within or outside of Delft), you can call one of the taxi companies.  

ATM machines

You will find an ATM machine at these locations:

  • Choorstraat 35 (near the Albert Heijn)
  • Markt 55
  • Brabantse Turfmarkt 33 - 43
  • Nassaulaan 18
  • Mekelweg 3
  • Leeuwenstein (near the Gamma)
  • Albert Heijn on the Bastiaanplein