The Hague shopping

The Hague shopping. Departments stores, markets and many more.

Shopping city centre The Hague

City centre The Hague shopping

Shopping in The Hague

The Hague’s city centre is known for its many antique shops and art galleries. These are located primarily on or near Denneweg and Noordeinde. Nearby – in the shadow of the royal palaces – are the crème de la crème of The Hague’s shopkeepers. Hoogstraat, Molenstraat and De Plaats are the centre of haute couture, exclusive shoe shops and jewellery establishments. Like the shops on the boulevard and the Palace Promenade in Scheveningen and the Deltaplein in Kijkduin, the shops in The Hague’s city centre are also open on Sunday. We have set up a list of popular The Hague shopping areas:


Benoordenhout is home to Benoordenhage, a shopping centre where customers are sure to enjoy excellent service and prestigious products. Sixty shops including, fashion boutiques, culinary specialty shops, exclusive jewellers and unique home furnishings shops, go to great lengths to provide their customers with a unique and up to date assortment. The shopping centre is quickly an easily accessible by car and public transport. Parking is free in the vicinity on Saturdays.

Frederik Hendriklaan

The Frederik Hendriklaan is one of the Netherlands most beautiful shopping streets. The ‘Fred‘ as locals call it accommodates a wide range of shops ranging from clothing to home furnishings, from specialists in bedroom furniture to culinary delights more than a hundred shops to choose from.

In de Bogaard

In de Bogaard is a recently redeveloped shopping centre offering a fantastic diverity of shops, department stores and specialist shops. Its almost 200 shops provide visitors with a tempting and highly varied assortment: the trendiest fashions, the latest in home furnishings and today‘s bestselling books and CD‘s. The shopping centre is easy to reach: from the A4 take exit 11 and then park your car in one of the almost 3000 parking spaces.

De Passage

Shopping in De Passage, its history going back more than 115 years to make it the Netherlands‘ oldest shopping centre, is an experience itself. The glass-roofed mall is home to many specialist shops with ultramodern appeal. With its splendid achitecture, the experience of being in De Passage is unlike anything you’ll find in modern shopping centres. This shopping centre is located in the heart of The Hague between Spuistraat, Hofweg and Buitenhof.

Palace Promenade

The Palace Promenade in Scheveningen is a completely covered shopping mall that assures total shopping comfort all year round. Its wide range of shopping facilities allows customers to do their daily grocery shopping as well as make many other kinds of purchases: bathroom furnishings, clothing, home furnishings, designer‘s shops, delicatessens and gift shops are open here seven days a week from 10am-10pm.

Department Stores:

  • De Bijenkorf: Wagenstraat 32
  • Hema: Grote Marktstraat 57
  • V&D: Grote Marktstraat 50


  • Herman Costerstraat (Mon, Wed en Fri 8am – 6pm; Sat 8am – 5pm.). Here you will find the ‘Haagse Mart’, one of the largest open-air markets of Europe! With a varied offer of multicultural products and all kinds of goods.
  • Markthof (Mon 11am – 6pm; Tue – Fri 9am – 6pm; Thu 9am – 9pm; Sat 9am – 5pm.). A covered market in the centre of The Hague.
  • Stevinstraat (Thu 9am – 4.30pm.) – Neighbourhood market
  • Leyweg (Tue 8am – 5pm.) – Neighbourhood market
  • Winkelcentrum Ypenburg, Steentijdsingel (Fri 9am – 5.00pm.) – Neighbourhood market
  • Traditional market, next to Grote Kerk (Wed 11am – 6pm.) Alternative little market in the old centre with biological products.
  • Antiques & Book Market. Lange Voorhout (May – Sept. Thu 11am – 7pm and Sun 11am – 5pm.) Plein (Oct. – May Thu 11am – 7pm.)

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