Delft City holds amazing tourist attractions rich in history and culture. It goes to show that Delft City has a picturesque beauty to offer. This city is known for old canals that encircle the city. But beyond old canals, are remarkable architectures reuniting us back to Renaissance period. It may not be as bright as Las Vegas but the experience you can get here is nothing less than the best.
Delft City prides to present the world’s best museums: Prinsenhof, The Lambert van Meerten, Paul Tétar van Elven, and Science Centre. There a number of collections as old as 19th Century that you can find here. They’ll take you back in time where people are trying to figure out the importance of art. Seeing these precious pieces unfold deep emotions about how people used to live their lives. Don’t worry there are comfortable places to stay similar to amenities found in las vegas hoteles after your museum hopping.
Make sure to visit Oude Kerk and say your prayer. This church was built around 1250 and was renovated into Coastal Gothic in 1450. People around the world admire the interiors of this old church. If you want to see the slightly different version of Oude Kerk, don’t miss the Nieuwe Kerk. It is also nearby the Market Square if you want to go shopping after.
You can find in Delft the last remaining pottery maker in the world, the De Porceleyne Fles. Here, you can witness the process used by the 17th Century in pottery making. We might be advancing towards the modern age but De Porceleyne Fles chose to produce masterpieces made by hands. Everything from moulding to painting is done manually observing the strict standards of artists centuries ago.
Amazing Sculptures of Delft City Hall
Visit one of the oldest buildings in Delft, the Delft City Hall. The building is made of intricately carved sculptures making it one of the most important attractions of the city. Behind this amazing City Hall is the Municipal Theater. If you are lucky, you can buy a ticket and brace yourself for a wonderful show.