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Bereikbaarheid Den Haag (Foto: HTM)

Accessibility The Hague

The Hague is located in the west of the Netherlands and can be reached in many ways: by plane, by train and by road. Rotterdam is less than 30 kilometres away from The Hague and Amsterdam is approximately 60 kilometres away.

Accessible City Center

The city centre of The Hague is easily accessible by public transport. From the two railway stations, The Hague Central Station and Holland Spoor, the city centre is within easy reach. A large number of bus and tram lines take you to The Hague city centre. You can get off at stop:

  • Spui (in the tram tunnel)
  • Centrum, Kalvermarkt-Stadhuis
  • Amsterdam Veerkade

By car - parking in The Hague

Coming by car? Then park in a multi-storey car park or at a park and ride. Car parks are easy to reach from all directions. Once in the compact and car-free shopping area, you can easily do everything on foot. Or you can hire a bicycle. With it, you can reach the beach in 15 minutes! 

To get to the centre of The Hague from the motorway, follow the Centrumring signs. This route goes around the car-free city centre and leads to the nearest car parks where there are still free parking spaces.

From the Centrumring, you can choose one of the four parking routes:

  • P-route Centrum-Noord
  • Centruim-Zuid
  • Centrum-West
  • Centrum-Station

The easiest and cheapest way is to park your car in a car park on the Centrumring. In total, there are more than 20 car parks and car parks along this route. Most car parks are open 24 hours a day. You can go to divere car parks in the city centre that are easily accessible, including: 

The shopping area in the Hague city centre is car-free with paid parking on all days of the week: 

  • Monday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 0 a.m.
  • Sunday from 1 p.m. to 0 a.m.

In a number of streets, paid parking applies on Saturday and Sunday mornings until 2am. In a number of streets, you may park for a maximum of 120 or 240 minutes. 

See the overview of all parking garages
Scheveningen Pier
How to reach The Hague beaches
Interparking - Parkeergarage Museumkwartier
Museumkwartier car park (Interparking) in the city centre of The Hague.

How to reach The Hague beaches?

Check in advance how best and fastest to travel to Scheveningen and Kijkduin.

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Park + Ride (P+R) in The Hague

There are various Park + Ride (P+R) spaces on the outskirts of The Hague. This can be a convenient and economical choice! From here, you can easily travel further by public transport to the city centre of The Hague or to the beaches of Scheveningen. This way, you avoid the potential crowds and parking problems in the city centre or at the beach. The P+R locations offer ample parking at a reduced rate. 

P+R locations on the edge of the city

  • P+R Hoornwijck
  • P+R Mariahoeve
  • P+R Ypenburg Station
  • P+R Station Leidschenveen haven

P+R location in the city

  • P+R Station Laan van Nieuw Oost-Indië
  • P+R De Uithof

P+R spaces in Scheveningen

  • Park & Bike Duindigt
  • Park + Beach 
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Flixbus offers daily rides from The Hague to and from many European cities such as Zagreb, Paris and Copenhagen, as well as within the Netherlands such as to Amsterdam and Nijmegen.

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Charging stations in The Hague

For drivers with an electric car, there are plenty of charging stations in The Hague. View the locations of the charging stations here

Parking for touringcars

There are reserved spaces for coaches to park for longer periods of time. There are also reserved spaces where passengers can board and alight near tourist sites. You do not have to pay parking fees at the reserved spaces.

View the reserved spaces on the map:

  • for long-term parking (indicated by a pink/purple stripe)
  • to let passengers in and out (indicated by a blue line) 
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