Leisure near the apartment

All sorts of activities

There are many things to do around the apartment and the near vicinity. You can enjoy sports and relaxation. It is just a 20 minutes ride to the North Sea Beach. A swimming pool is at a few minutes walking distance and so are two nice parks. Both parks have a children’s playground and you find a small petting. If you like playing tennis, we offer you an access pass to a well-maintained all-weather tennis court at a reasonable fee, just 3 minutes’ walk away. (We even might find you a partner to play with….). All around Delft you find very good sign-posted cycle paths and you can enjoy the beautiful nature of Midden Delfland or city trips. A nice golf court can be found a few kilometers away. For a relaxing massage you can make an appointment; at just one minute walk away you find a qualified address “de zachte kracht”.

A few more highlights

Theatre, Museums, City walks, Canal tours, Delft Blue Pottery factory, shopping, dining, science-centre for children. Here you find some more suggestions: In the city centre you can find a tourist information point.

Reachable in less then an hour

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The Hague and Rotterdam are very nice cities to visit, they can be easily reached by car or public transport, and there is a lot to do. Famous Museums, Zoo, Harbor, cultural events….
The train takes you in just 60 minutes into the heart of Amsterdam. And the world famous Keukenhof ( see picture) is just a 40 minutes ride away.

Blijdorp Zoo

Nearby, at 20 minutes ride, you find Blijdorp zoo. ‘Blijdorp has been voted one of the most enjoyable day trips of the Netherlands. In Rotterdam Zoo you go on a voyage of discovery through many (indoor) parts of the world and meet animals and plants from all over the world. You will stand eye to eye with giraffes on the Savannah, sharks and sea turtles swim over your head in the Oceanium water world and butterflies flutter around you in the tropical butterfly paradise Amazonica. A day full of special encounters!’