Wed. May 29th, 2024

The Hague is a versatile city, with many sights, shops, department stores, and dining options. With the tips below we help you on your way when planning a visit to this beautiful city. Late night shopping in the center of The Hague is on Thursday till 9 p.m.

The Passage

With the passages of Milan, Moscow and Brussels, The Hague Passage is among one of the most beautiful still exciting shopping arcades in Europe. This building can be recognized by its beautiful arcades, glass domes, walkways and carved facades.

Are you ready for a new season wardrobe? then you’ve come to the right place. There are many different shops in the passage, something for every taste.
From Sam Friday, Jack & Jones, Pandora, Calzedonia to ICI PARIS, every wish can be forfilled. Complete your wardrobe with a pair of nice sneakers, boots or elegant pumps at one of the many shoe stores in the Passage.


To do- To eat

Getting started with a chocolate workshop yourself?

The Hop & Stork chocolatier takes you into the world of chocolate and teaches you the practical basics. The two-hour workshop starts off with coffee or tea, followed by a chocolate tasting with an explanation about chocolate. After you get to work yourself, making bonbon’s. Hop & Stork also provides workshops on chocolate, coffee, and tea for private groups.


Frederik Hendriklaan

Frederik Hendriklaan is an authentic part of The Hague with an international character. ‘De Fred’, as the famous shopping street is popularly called, is located in the middle of the International Zone of the Statenkwartier, close to Scheveningen Harbour. On the Frederik Hendriklaan you shop, live and work in an international city.
Frederik Hendriklaan has beautiful monumental buildings along it. Enjoy one of the terraces of this lively shopping street where locals and the international community meet.

The Fred – almost one kilometre long – is one of the most beautiful shopping streets in the Netherlands. The street has more than a hundred stores varies from clothing to living and from sleeping to eating.

The Haagsch candyhouse for delicious old-fashioned candies or luxury chocolates. The recently opened Japanese restaurant Deli Hachi where you can eat and buy the most beautiful sushi and authentic dishes, which are prepared by three Japanese ladies.


Many small shops are located in the Zeeheldenkwartier, this area is ideal if you want to visit exclusive shops.
If When you want a coffee or a bite on the terrace, you’ve come to the right place. Many cosy terraces are located on this square. Every week there is a lifestyle market, festival or event to attend. In short, there is always something going on in the Zeeheldenkwartier.














By Lala