A stay in The Hague is incomplete without visiting the exclusive specialty stores in the many welcoming shopping areas, which are abundantly spread around the Buurtschap 2005 quarter and Hofkwartier (Royal Quarter). You can find antique dealers, exclusive tea shops, trendy lifestyle shops, coffee roasters, fashion boutiques, jewelers, shops full of interior design and art galleries. The Denneweg is known as the antique street and on the Noordeinde art prevails. They each have their own charm and a surprising range of shops that promote and uphold high standards of service.



The Denneweg is a pleasant shopping area, where time seems to have stood still. The beautiful part of old The Hague, with its impressive facades is reminiscent of times gone by. Lovers of antiques all have their own addresses here where they can snatch up the best pieces, but even if you are looking for something else, you will surely succeed in finding it here. The Denneweg, in fact, offers a varied array of shops that also host fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

Surprise someone with a present from the exclusive tea shop or pamper yourself with a package full of aromatic beans from the coffee roaster. Do you want to borrow a modern work of art? That is also possible on the Denneweg.


The elegant Noordeinde (northern end) in the Royal Quarter, houses a number of galleries besides a large number of luxury shops. It, therefore, is no surprise that it has been nicknamed the 'art street' of The Hague. This is also the place to be if you are looking for a jeweler’s workshop or a specialized tobacconist.

Fashionistas will succeed in putting together a new outfit here and visiting a hairdresser or beauty salon will finish the metamorphosis. And there is the odd chance that you might run into the king on his way to work at Noordeinde Palace.





The special connection with our Royal Family is apparent all over town. A stroll by the palaces, the Palace Garden and several historic locations almost makes the connection to our Royal House tangible.



The name of Lange Voorhout avenue derives from the fact that it was an offshoot from the Haagse Bos (The Hague forest). This stately, broad strolling avenue is surrounded by rows of impressive lime trees and is a true example of beauty and serenity.



The inner-city of The Hague has many museums and theaters. Lovers of art and culture find more than their money's worth here. In the nearby theaters you have your pick of an extensive selection of music, drama, dance and cabaret shows.

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