Bus transport from Campus The Hague to Dies Natalis in Leiden
Are you studying or working in The Hague and do you want to attend the special 444th Dies Natalis on Friday 8 February in the Pieterskerk in Leiden? Free bus transport is available from Wijnhaven!
On Friday 8 February, we will be celebrating the 444th anniversary of the foundation of Leiden University. This special anniversary calls for a special celebration. The Dies Natalis will mark the launch of this festive year, starting with a special procession. There will also be two lectures on information and news in the digital era. Robbert Dijkgraaf (professor of Physics, University of Amsterdam) and Melissa Little (professor of Cell Biology, University of Melbourne) will be awarded Honorary Doctorates.
Sign up for bus transport
If you would like to make use of the free bus transport from The Hague to the Dies Natalis in Leiden, please sign up by 6 February at the latest, via this registration form.
- Outward journey: the bus will leave Wijnhaven in The Hague at 13.45 hrs.
- Return journey (optional): the bus will leave the Pieterskerk in Leiden at 18.00 hrs.
Once you have signed up, you will receive an email with the exact location for boarding the bus.
Registering for the Dies Natalis
Please note: the above registration form is only for bus transport! To attend the ceremony in the Pieterskerk, you need to register separately on this page. Registration for the Dies Natalis closes on 4 February.
Bus transport to Dies NatalisSign up
No time to come to travel to Leiden, but you'd like to follow the ceremony? The whole Dies Natalis will be shown live on the big screen at the Spanish Stairs in the Wijnhaven building.