Shopping in The Hague
PRINSJESDAG 2017: On Tuesday the 19th of September Prinsjesdag took place and The Hague celebrated this historical event with activities throughout the City Center. People enjoyed several performances, culinary masterpieces and cultural trips during the days that led up to this special day. A Princeshatwalk, a Princesmarket and a great amount of special offers in the stores. People could also take a photo with King Willem-Alexander in The Passage and city center. See the photos here.
SHOPS ARE OPEN EVERY SUNDAY - The Hague has some of the most exclusive retail formulas in the entire country. It is perfectly easy to reach by public transportation and car (lots of car parks). Distances from one store to another are very acceptable and visitors are guaranteed pedestrianised shopping areas. Museums, cinemas, theatres, and restaurants serving irresistible bites can be found all over the city centre. Each square, street and market comes with a unique character. From royal traditional (e.g. Noordeinde Palace) to innovative and contemporary architecture, art and galleries. From De Passage to Haagsche Bluf, and from Hofkwartier to Grote Marktstraat, they all add to the beautiful city of The Hague. Recommended: Spend a whole day or weekend and shop till you drop in The Hague. Or visit museums, theatres, restaurants. Spend the night and go for a refreshing walk down the beach (Scheveningen or Kijkduin).