Arriving by car: De Prinsenkelder is quite easy to get to by car. On the A13 expressway between Rotterdam and the Hague, take the exit Delft-Noord. Continue in the direction of Delft, pass a bridge and drive straight on until you see elevated train tracks on your right. Drive on. When you see the high belltower of the ‘Oude Kerk’ cathedral behind the buildings on the left, you have arrived. Start looking for a parking spot.
Route planning: Planning the trip online is simple, too. The route planner below already has our address as final destination. Just click on the link ‘Routebeschrijving’ in the window and type your present address in the top left field to view the access route from where you are. For the easiest approach, you want to leave the A13 expressway via the exit ‘Delft Noord’. You can add it to the route as an in-between destination on the route planner or in your in-car navigation device.
Parking your car: the nearest parking area is the Phoenixstraat. You can park under the elevated train tracks at a distance of appr. 50 metres from the restaurant or use the secure underground car park at appr. 100 metres. Click on the link Phoenixstraat parkeergarage to view the route from the car park to the restaurant.
Parking for disabled persons: a number of reserved parking spaces for persons with a physical disability is provided just around the corner, next to the ‘Oude Kerk’ cathedral. A valid handicap card is required to park there. N.B.: unless you hold a parking permit, parking is always paid for in Delft. Pictogrammed signs indicate paid parking areas. Ticket machines are provided there, accepting cash and ’chip cards’. Ticket validity is checked frequently. Fines are substantial so be sure to buy enough parking time.
Arriving by public transportation: if you arrive by train, get off at Delft Central station. From there, it takes appr. 15 minutes to walk to De Prinsenkelder. You can also take a bus or tram no. 1 or 19 (direction the Hague) and get off at the Prinsenhof stop.