Are you looking for (tourist) information about The Hague? Here you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
What are the opening times of The Hague Information Store (VVV)?
Check the opening times of THIS (VVV) here .
I am looking for a hotel / apartment / B&B and would like to book an overnight stay.
The The Hague Information Store (VVV) does not make reservations for hotels, apartments or B&B’s. You will find an overview of accommodations in The Hague / Scheveningen and the region here
Where are the public toilets in the city center and at Scheveningen?
There are several public toilets in the city center:
- Central Library at the Spui
- Bijenkorf & Hema Grote Markstraat
- Central Station
- Buitenhof at the Biesieklette (Bicycle parkingplace)
At Scheveningen you will find the public toilets:
- In the Palace Promenade upstairs and down next to the escalator
- On the boulevard near the Fairytale Sculptures and Sealife
- At the Biesieklette in the harbour
Can I receive a map or tourist Information guide of The Hague?
We try to keep it green that's why we want to work as much as possible paper free and with sustainable businesses. We have a map of the city which you can download here. It is also possible to read our information guide online: This Is The Hague.
We are coming with a large group to The Hague and would like to have a guided tour or day program.
We have made a list with partners that can make custom made programs and offer guides in different languages. Click here for the list.
Where can I park during a day trip to The Hague with my coach or where can I get people to get in and out near the highlights of The Hague?
Parking during a day in The Hague for coaches and getting in and out near the highlights of The Hague There are reserved places for long-term parking for coaches. There are also reserved places where passengers can get in and out in the vicinity of tourist places. Parking fees do not have to be paid at the reserved places.
View the reserved places on the map
- long-term parking (indicated by a pink / purple stripe)
- to allow passengers to board and disembark (indicated by a blue line).
Information about accessibility for disabled people