What are you going to do?

This is the most ‘touristic’ walk, which takes you along all the places that The Hague is famous for. For instance the Binnenhof, but also the old City Hall and The Hague’s Chinatown. It’s a very divers route with a rich history, that leads through the more quiet as well as the busy parts of the city.



The route starts at The Hague’s Central Station and takes you to the well-known sights like the Mauritshuis and The Hague’s Historical Museum. In these places you learn all about the history of the city, which is why we highly recommend this walk when you visit The Hague for the first time.



The Hague’s Chinatown is situated between the centre and the Stationsbuurt. Here you find a lot of Chinese shops and restaurants. A small district, but cosy and busy nonetheless. There is especially going on a lot around here during holidays like Chinese New Year and the Mid-Autumn Festival.



The Hague’s centre is full of unique shops. The route takes you along the nicest places such as unique bookstores, trendy bakers and quirky fashion brands. It’s the perfect route when you love to shop. Most shops are also open on Sundays.



Because of the many museums you pass, this is a nice route to walk during day time. End your day at the tightly furnished Little V or Avenue Culinaire. When the weather is good, eat outside on one of the big boats on the water.

Highlights of this route

  • Escher in the Palace
  • The old and new Passage
  • The Haque Tower
  • Chinatown
  • Liefhertje en De Grote Witte Reus

Summary

Distance

8.2 Km

Addresses

39 Addresses

Good to know

Zeker doen als je voor het eerst in Den Haag bent

A day full of

Geschiedenis, shoppen en gezellige pleintjes

Up-to-date

December 2016

Product Description

This is the most ‘touristic’ walk, which takes you along all the places that The Hague is famous for. For instance the Binnenhof, but also the old City Hall and The Hague’s Chinatown. It’s a very divers route with a rich history, that leads through the more quiet as well as the busy parts of the city.



The route starts at The Hague’s Central Station and takes you to the well-known sights like the Mauritshuis and The Hague’s Historical Museum. In these places you learn all about the history of the city, which is why we highly recommend this walk when you visit The Hague for the first time.



The Hague’s Chinatown is situated between the centre and the Stationsbuurt. Here you find a lot of Chinese shops and restaurants. A small district, but cosy and busy nonetheless. There is especially going on a lot around here during holidays like Chinese New Year and the Mid-Autumn Festival.



The Hague’s centre is full of unique shops. The route takes you along the nicest places such as unique bookstores, trendy bakers and quirky fashion brands. It’s the perfect route when you love to shop. Most shops are also open on Sundays.



Because of the many museums you pass, this is a nice route to walk during day time. End your day at the tightly furnished Little V or Avenue Culinaire. When the weather is good, eat outside on one of the big boats on the water.

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