Leiden has almost 125,000 inhabitants and is the largest municipality in the province of South Holland after: Rotterdam, The Hague and Zoetermeer. It also includes Oegstgeest, Voorschoten, Leiderdorp and Zoeterwoude. If you add Teylingen, Noordwijk and Noordwijkerhout, you will get a total of more than 348,000 inhabitants. The city of Leiden also houses the oldest university in the Netherlands.
Leiden adjacent to the A4, the A44, the N206, the N11 and the N445. There are three NS stations (Leiden Central, De Vink and Leiden Lammenschans) and a large number of buses that run to the stations both in the city and to further directions. Various regional buses also run to Katwijk, Hillegom and Schiphol. Get more information on:
www.arriva.nl and www.ebs-ov.nl
Cycling enthusiast? There are several cycle routes inside and outside the municipality. For example, there are two comfortable cycle routes between The Hague and Leiden: the Velostrada and the Via44.