Leidschendam - Voorburg

About Leidschendam-Voorburg

During your visit to Leidschendam-Voorburg (adjacent to The Hague) you will be pleasantly surprised by historic windmills and beautiful estates. They date back to the centuries where noble families chose to live in the most scenic spots along the Vliet canal. The still bustling atmosphere around the locks in Leidschendam, where boats wait their turn to pass, is fascinating.

In old days, from the 18th century onwards, the passenger boats were towed. Back then, inns and ship repair shops were numerous. In Voorburg used to be Forum Hadriani, the most northern Roman city. In the small, cosy centre of Voorburg, we will spot a beautiful renaissance facade. A recently developed area just outside of Leidschendam not only serves as a recreational area but also plays its role in the water management system: it will ensure that the province of South-Holland can store the water overload in the area. Join me to explore my home town! 


Leidschendam-Voorburg – By bike

We will discover the area by bike to be able to see the two parts of the municipality Leidschendam-Voorburg. Sometimes we walk a small part where it is not allowed to ride a bike. We start and end in Leidschendam. The length of the tour is about 14 km/ 9 miles. 

€ 165,- incl. VAT

2 hrs.

15 max*