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Frequently asked questions
Situated 2 miles from Delft is Rijswijk. This is an excellent place to swing by while you’re in the area, so why not put it on your itinerary?
There’s nothing nicer than rolling down the car window and feeling the salty air in your hair while you’re cruising by the sea. Pack some treats and spend a couple of hours basking in the sun at one of the stunning beaches near Delft. Well-loved options include:
Kijkduin Beach (7 miles away).
Scheveningen Beach (8 miles away).
Hoek van Holland Beach (11 miles away).
Delft is a few miles out of the center of The Hague, so there’s a high chance you’ll be doing a good amount of driving. If you want to use Delft as a starting point to explore the city and its nearby areas, choose a smaller set of wheels. There’s nothing like a mini for maneuvering into those crowded downtown parking spaces. Alternatively, if you’re moving away from all the hustle and bustle and bright lights, go for something with a stronger engine and more legroom. Not many people regret spending that little bit extra on a full-size or an SUV.
First of all, there’s a huge variety of both economy and high-end rental vehicles available in Delft. What you end up opting for depends on your budget as well as what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles offer unparalleled mod cons and comfort. If you’re splurging, why not book an SUV with all the bells and whistles, or perhaps a fancy medium-sized sedan? On the other hand, if you just need a car to get you from A to B as economically as possible, stick with an economy vehicle (or something else that’s unlikely to break the bank).
Motoring in and around Delft involves more than just knowing how to start the engine. Get familiar with the traffic rules and make your way around this bustling city effortlessly:
You’ll be cruising along the right-hand side of the road in Delft. Even though the rules may be similar to home, we recommend driving with a little extra care in places you’ve never been.
A great thing about visiting a smaller city like The Hague is less traffic — and you won’t find much of it in the neighborhood of Delft. That being said, you may still come across busier road conditions as locals make their way to and from work.
It can be. Circling the block searching for a place to park is common in Delft. Getting within walking distance of busy attractions is easier if you plan in advance.
If you plan on driving around Delft, a neighborhood in The Hague, speed limits range from 50km/h to 100km/h. It’s worth noting that most residential zones usually have a default speed limit of 30km/h.
Most of the time, your chosen rental car company will bill the amount stated on the fine to your credit card. Alternatively, the company may share your contact details with local authorities so they can issue a fine to you directly.
Subject to a small number of exceptions, seat belts are compulsory in The Hague.
It’s prohibited to use your cell phone while driving a car in Delft, and you may also be charged a fine for simply handling your phone if you’re in control of a vehicle. However, using hands-free or Bluetooth functions is permitted, as long as your focus remains on the road.
The legal BAC (blood alcohol content) limit while operating a vehicle in Delft is 0.05%. If you’re planning on partying, leave your rental car behind and organize some other way of getting home instead.
It’s a big no-no to turn on a red light in Delft. When you come across one, take the opportunity to enjoy a mindful moment until the signal turns green.