This city famously lends its name to the distinctive, usually blue-and-white ceramics known as Delftware. You can check out the history and a marvelous collection of tilework and porcelain pieces dating to the 16th century at in a 19th-century townhouse turned into the Museum Lambert van Meerten, and tour the 17th-century Royal Delft Factory Museum for a look at the production process itself. Both here and all around town, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to spend time shopping for all manner of these classic items, both decorative and useful.

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