Tips of our Tourist Information Office
-Especially for guests
In The Hague this weekend? The best tips selected by our Tourist Information team you will find in the list below! Events, attractions, excursions and the places to be that might be of interest for you. During your stay our team of the Tourist Information Office welcomes you in the centre of The Hague!
With the most historic sites per square meter in the Netherlands, The Hague breathes culture and history. Visit The Hague monuments such as the Binnenhof, Noordeinde Palace, and the Peace Palace. Discover Holland’s highlights and heritage in miniature at Madurodam.
Especially for kids
For adventures and activities on land or sea, you will find the kids agenda below.
Get a different perspective with a wide range of enjoyable excursions. From architecture to hidden gardens, these excursions reveal the hidden gems of the city!
The seasides of The Hague
11 kilometers of seasides combines Beach life and city life together in The Hague! Take a stroll along the boulevard, enjoy a sunset dining or dance the night away!
The Hague routes
Our online walking routes take you along the hidden hotspots and well-known highlights of The Hague, from beaches to shopping streets and from restaurants to palaces. Every route has its own theme and includes carefully chosen sights. 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 Hague is the ideal city for shopping in style. Typical 'Hague chic' can found in and around the Hofkwartier and Denneweg. For hip and happening stores the place to be is the Prinsestraat and the Oude Molstraat. Alongside the stores in Chinatown, downtown also boasts great flagship stores like Zara, the Bijenkorf and Marks & Spencer.
Food & Drinks
Everything is possible in culinary The Hague. Trendy and authentic melt together in the great variety of world cuisines. Ofcourse you can join also your Take Away on the beach, in the Palace Garden or at the Westbroekpark.