The best way to reach Delft from India is via Amsterdam. International flights can be taken from Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai. Airlines such as Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Lufthansa are some of the most popular airlines making these trips. However, direct flights to Amsterdam are only available from Delhi and Mumbai. From Amsterdam, a 45 minute train ride will take you to Delft.
Delft has no airport of it's own, but it's short distance and excellent connectivity with Amsterdam and Rotterdam mean that the Schipol airport in Amsterdam and the Rotterdam The Hague Airport make it easily accessible. From Amsterdam, a direct 45 minute train runs to Delft, and from the former as well.
The A4 and the A13 motorway are the two highways running into Delft, and these two break off further making Delft easily accessible.
Delft is very well connected to nearby cities via rail. Cities like Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Eindhoven and many others are connected by direct train routes.
The main bus station of Delft, right behind the train station, is the main terminal for buses running from Rotterdam, The Hague and nearby cities.
From nearby cities.
It's fairly easy to get around Delft. Most part of the city, like the city centre, can be covered very conveniently on foot. Another very popular way of getting around Delft is on bicycle. It is recommended for the best experience of the culture and atmosphere of the city. For longer distances, taxis are available on booking.