2311 BD Leiden
- Delivery Address
2311 BE Leiden
- 071 527 2300 | 071 527 2500
Monday to Friday: 07:30 - 22:00 hrs
Saturday: 09:00 - 19:30 hrs
Sunday: 09:30 - 19:30 hrs
Irregular opening times and losing dates 2023
|1 January: New Year||Closed|
|7 April: Good Friday||Closed|
|9 and 10 April: Easter||Closed|
|27 April: King's Day||Closed|
|5 May: Liberation Day||Closed|
|18 and 19 May: Ascension Day||Closed|
|28 and 29 May: Whit Sunday and Whit Monday||Closed|
|3 October: Leiden Relief||Closed|
|25 December to 1 January: Christmas and New Year||Closed|
There are 3 disabled parking spaces.
Parking space on the city map
There are two automatic sliding doors that can be left open longer if needed. A second automatic sliding door follows after about 5 metres.
Reception after entering on the right
071 - 527 2300
Wheelchair-accessible toilet on the ground floor room 0.64 opposite the sink kitchen. After main entrance straight ahead. Opposite restaurant entrance turn right, after about 20 metres on the left.
There are two lifts in the building, upon entering turn right after approximately 20 metres on the right , left after approximately 20 metres on the left.
Both lifts give access to the first and second floors. The right-hand lift provides access to rooms 3.07 to 3.10. The left-hand lift gives access to rooms 3.01 to 3.05.
There is a swing door towards rooms 1.40 to 1.45. There is also a height difference here via a small slope of about 10 cm.
The Faculty of Humanities is a 10-minute walk from Leiden Central Station.
Alternatively you could take bus 1 from the train station and get off at 'Paterstraat', or bus 5 or 6 and get off at 'Noordeinde'. For public transport planning see ns.nl (for trains) and 9292.nl (for all public transport).
If you come by car, please do not use the visiting address for your car navigation: the Cleveringaplaats has no streetlevel parking. The most convenient car parks are located at the Haagweg (€ 2 p/h) and the Maliebaan (street level parking, €2 p/h).
From the Haagweg car park you can walk to the University buildings at the Witte Singel in about 6 minutes. If you need to go to the city centre, a free bus will take you there from the Haagweg parking.
If you are flying to Schiphol Amsterdam Airport (AMS), the easiest way to travel to Leiden is by train.
The airport includes an underground railway station, with frequent services to Leiden (as final destination, or en route to The Hague/Den Haag, Rotterdam, or Vlissingen). From the airport to Leiden by train takes 15-20 minutes. For more details see the above section on public transport.