The Hague has several neighbourhoods and districts. All with their own character. From the bustling Zeeheldenkwartier to the laid-back coastal town of Scheveningen. To help you on your way during your visit to the city, we share some nice neighbourhoods of The Hague below.
Discover the center of The Hague, full of nice shops, sights and restaurants! Stroll past the most beautiful buildings, drink coffee on the Grote Markt and immerse yourself in this political capital.
It is perhaps one of the nicest neighbourhoods in The Hague. Filled with great shops, galleries, museums, cafes and is the place where festivals, markets and other fun events take place.
Buurtschap 2005 and Lange Voorhout
Buurtschap 2005 and Lange Voorhout are located in the city center of The Hague. Stroll along the canals, the stately buildings and discover this beautiful part of The Hague.
Archipelbuurt and Willemspark
The Archipelbuurt and Willemspark are two neighbourhoods in The Hague, located next to each other. The neighbourhoods are surrounded by parks and old canals and here you will also find some nice sights.
Scheveningen is a coastal town of The Hague, where you can enjoy the beach, beach bars, the Pier with its Ferris wheel and much more.
Just like Scheveningen, going to Kijkduin feels like you’re on a holiday. This coastal area offers everything for a day, weekend or a longer stay.