Providing guided tours through Delft, Rotterdam and The Hague.
About Discover Delft
I am Robin (26) and I founded Discover Delft this year, after graduating from TU Delft myself. Already, Discover Delft has provided many walking tours – for groups big and small – through Delft, Rotterdam and The Hague! With a personal passion for these cities and their histories, and many years of tour guiding experience, it was not hard to start.
As of now, Discover Delft works with several highly appreciated local tour guides and provides daily tours, easily and directly bookable online. Scroll through the pictures below if you want an impression of our destinations and do not hesitate to contact us. See you!
At Discover Delft, you can explore the wonderful city of Delft together with a passionate, local tour guide. Learn about the city’s history, explore the lovely scenery and get to know the ins and outs about this town: its student life, the best places to eat or drink something and the most interesting museums. The tour is relaxed and as interactive as you would like. It is enjoyable for both small and big groups. Ask your guide all you want to know about life in the Netherlands in general and Delft in particular. For prices and contact details, click here.
Discover Delft also offers a combination tour, visiting both Delft and Rotterdam. Get to experience the contrast – and perhaps similarities – between Delft and Rotterdam, two cities with deep historic ties. Since World War 2, Rotterdam has become a bit of an a-typical Dutch city, full of avant-garde modernist architecture. But in between this jungle of glass and concrete, there are still some hidden treasures that have survived all that has happened to the city. Nowadays, it is as vibrant as it has never been. See for yourself! There will be plenty of time to take pictures or to buy something to eat or drink during the tour, because you determine the pace. For prices and contact details, click here.
You can also choose to visit Delft and The Hague (Den Haag!) with Discover Delft. The Hague is the third-largest city of the country, with slightly more than half a million inhabitants. It is internationally known as the city of peace and justice, hosting famous institutions like the International Court of Justice and Interpol. And in the Netherlands, The Hague is the seat of government (but not the capital, okay then). Whereas Delft is known for its picturesque canals that run through the entire city, The Hague is more known for its wide and classy streets, hosting governmental institutions and organisations. By the way, is The Hague even a city? Not everyone agrees on that question. All the more reason to find out more about this unique town and combine it with a trip to Delft! On top of that, the tram line between the two cities will show you some more Dutch scenery.