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TU Delft Auditorium

Public Transport

This section describes possible ways to get to Delft and provides some useful links.

Airplane

Schiphol Airport is the main airport in the Netherlands, from Schiphol there is an excellent train service to Delft, with one change at Leiden or Den Haag HS. The duration of the ride is approx. 40 minutes and costs €7.30

Train and Bus

Delft is perfectly accessible by train, from the central station you can easily walk to the centre of town and there is a frequent bus service to the TU. For specific details check the national railways site (switch to English at the top of the page). International trains come from Berlin, Cologne and Paris/Bruxelles to Amsterdam and Rotterdam, from here you can transfer to fast services to Delft. Bus lines to and from the conference venue are shown on this map of the university campus (the Auditorium is building 20 on this map, the station is shown at the bottom on the left).

Private Transport

The highway A13 goes to Delft, take exit Delft-Zuid for the University district. For route information check the campus map and/or map24.

Further Information

Currency is the euro, you can change currency at Schiphol or at Delft Central station at the GWK. Exchange rates vary. For current values please use this pop-up utility For residents from certain countries a visa is required please see the internetsite of the ministry of foreign affairs for further details at their site containing visa information