In Leiden, underneath the Lammermarkt, 525 parking spaces have been constructed
Leiden is a town in the Netherlands, well known for its oldest university in the country, the birthplace of the famous Dutch painter Rembrandt and its beautiful old city centre. Popular are the National Museum of Antiquities, National Museum of Ethnology, Museum Boerhaave, Museum Lakenhal and Museum Naturalis. The inner city of Leiden is partly a car-free zone with on-street parking in parking lots and in car parks. Visitors can park in parking lots Kaasmarkt, Lammermarkt, Langegracht, Molen de Valk and Morssingel.