The Hague city centre is perfect for a day of shopping. The shops in the car-free historical centre are open seven days a week. You will find well-known department stores like the Bijenkorf within walking distance of hip fashion boutiques and concept stores around the royal palaces. And those who continue towards the sea, will discover all kinds of neighbourhoods with more speciality stores.
Our online walking routes take you along the hidden hotspots and well-known highlights of The Hague, from trendy boutiques and cool concept stores to major department stores and chic shopping areas. Every route has its own theme and includes carefully chosen shops. Using your mobile phone, you'll be able to navigate the city easily like a real local. You don't even have to download an app: get The Hague routes free of charge from denhaag.com!
The convivial, historic city centre of The Hague is great for shopping. The shopping centre around the Spuistraat and Grote Marktstraat is open seven days a week and is very popular. Just a short distance away from this well-trodden part of the city centre and its recognisable fashion brands lies an unexpected side to The Hague: the old, atmospheric Court District houses original, trendy shops.
You can also shop well outside the centre of The Hague. Authentic specialist shops, friendly little cafés and attractive architecture are typical for many districts outside the city centre. Below is a summary of the nicest shopping streets between the centre and the sea!
Zeeheldenkwartier is one of The Hague's most charming districts. Whithin walking distance of the city centre, 'Sea Heroes Quarter' offers a genuine urban neighborhood with beautiful jugendstil houses, vivid terraces on sunny squares, authentic shops and lots of trendy restaurants, lunchrooms and coffee-shops.