The city centre of The Hague is perfect for shopping. The stores are open seven days a week. Famous department stores and brandstores such as the Bijenkorf are on walking distance of trendy fashion boutiques and conceptstores.
The shopping areas in the city center.
In addition to all the famous flagship stores in the center of The Hague, there are many pleasant streets and squares around the Royal Palace with countless fashion boutiques and vintage shops where shopaholics can indulge themselves to their heart's content. From hip to haute couture, for young and old and in all price ranges. Exclusive local concepts can be found at Hofkwartier, Noordeinde and at the Denneweg. The renovated Foodhallen at Haagse Bluf shoppingdistrict is also a true Hague experience with twelve foodstands and two bars.
Tip: Citydistrict Zeeheldenkwartier.
Zeeheldenkwartier is located on the edge of city centre of The Hague, a citydistrict where you will find many authentic local shops, lovely restaurants, trendy places for coffee, designshops and beautiful Jugendstil buildings. No wonder that the Zeeheldenkwartier is hugely popular. There are also plenty of activities throughout the year such as lifestyle- and foodmarkets and the Zeeheldenfestival.
Tip: The Hague Market (De Haagse Markt)
Looking for bargains? Then de Haagse Markt is a must visit. At this largest lively multicultural open air market in Europe you find a huge range of goods such as; clothing, fresh fish, fruits and vegetables and exotic herbs. From cauliflower to baklava, you can buy it at the Haagse Markt. And the great thing; everything is cheap. On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays you can stroll around this market, which should not be missed during your visit to The Hague.
Tip: The Hague Info Store (THIS)
Do you want to explore the city by yourself? In our Infostore we sell detailed maps for cycling and walking tours. And do you want taste The Hague? We sell a variety of The Hague goodies such as: Haagsche Hopjes and many more local products like honey and tea, beer from a local brewery and liquors from an historic distillery Van Kleef.