Self-Guided Shopping Tour of The Hague, Hague

The best way to shop around The Hague is on foot, as most of the shopping streets are pedestrian areas. This tour will include a walk from Hofweg Street along the De Passage to Denneweg. Many shops are situated in historic buildings and are a place for shoppers and history enthusiasts alike. Whether you are looking for ornamental arts and crafts, garments, pottery or jewelry, The Hague has it all. Take this tour to discover the most frequently visited shopping areas in The Hague.
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Self-Guided Shopping Tour of The Hague Map

Guide Name: Self-Guided Shopping Tour of The Hague
Guide Location: Netherlands » Hague (See other walking tours in Hague)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 8
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.7 km
Author: valery
De Bijenkorf

1) De Bijenkorf (must see)

De Bijenkorf is one of the three largest department stores in The Hague. It is located within a building which was built in 1926. This historic building is famous for its stained glass windows and beautiful staircase. The department store takes up four floors of the building and has an extensive range of goods - from chocolate to clothes, to CDs, to toys, to carpets. You can also find a variety of souvenirs like wooden shoes, china windmills and Delft blue porcelain.

Hours: Monday 11:00 am – 6:30 pm; Tuesday-Wednesday 10:00 am – 6:30 pm; Thursday 10:00 am – 9:00 pm; Friday 10:00 am – 6:30 pm; Saturday 9:30 am – 6:30 pm; Sunday 12:00 – 6:00 pm

2) Hofweg

Take an enjoyable stroll along the chic Hofweg and its adjacent streets with their trendy stores and boutiques. Explore the exclusive fashion shops, antique and art shops, design and souvenir shops, many of which occupy historic buildings. Even if you don't purchase anything, it is pleasant to take a look around.
De Passage

3) De Passage (must see)

De Passage, another famous shopping area stocked with local brands, is a gorgeous 115-year-old, glass-covered passage full of shops specializing in ornamental arts and crafts, homemade domestic folk arts, and needlework patterns made by trained artists. The craft shops located on De Passage offer a wide assortment of arts and crafts, tools and materials. The prices are quite reasonable here and the retailers are very friendly.
Haagsche Bluf

4) Haagsche Bluf (must see)

Haagsche Bluf is a fascinating square of exclusive boutiques and shopping centers occupying original and re-created parts of the city's ancient walls. Although not always tempting from the outside, these stores often offer sales on merchandise for women, men and children. You can find exceptional denim garments and accessories, interior decorations, kitchen utensils and more in this area.

5) Prinsestraat (must see)

If you love the well-known blue-and-white Dutch style of ceramics, make the short walk to Prinsestraat. A visit to Prinsestraat’s shops will delight you with specialty lines of crystal, glass, china, gifts, precious stones, seasonal and garden adornments, all found in a number of different designs and shapes. The attractive boutiques and exclusive crystal, glass and china stores are open seven days a week. The prices are exceptionally good, but expect to spend time looking through a huge amount of crystal, glass and china items.

6) Noordeinde

Noordeinde is an elegant shopping street in The Hague. Stylish stores along this street sell haute couture fashion, shoes, jewels, antiques, art and interior decorations. Some of the shops on this street sell classic garments, as well as fashionable shirts, ties and sports wear and an amazingly good assortment of children's clothes. In close proximity, you will find a network of small streets where a number of popular boutiques are located.

7) Denneweg (must see)

A quick stroll along Lange Voorhout, past some of the Hague's historic architecture will take you to Denneweg. This street is very famous with weekend customers and is a must-visit, especially if you love antiquities and high-quality furniture. Denneweg stores sell a broad range of art, in addition to ancient and antiquarian books. However, no visit to Denneweg is complete without a stop at Paul Warmer, where you will find a wide selection of high-quality leather goods.

8) Frederikstraat

Frederikstraat boasts a number of antique and art shops, as well as chic clothing and jewelry shops. The Frederikstraat shopping offers you more choice without damaging your wallet. Despite the fact that there are other more glamorous jewelers and fashion vendors, many tourists stop at Frederikstraat to enjoy the easy shopping experience.

Walking Tours in Hague, Netherlands

Create Your Own Walk in Hague

Create Your Own Walk in Hague

Creating your own self-guided walk in Hague is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Self-Guided City Center Tour of The Hague

Self-Guided City Center Tour of The Hague

The Hague is an exciting city to visit, as it feels at once like a vibrant metropolis and a small town. It has tall houses, charming mansions and stylish, hectic streets, as well as serene canals, open plazas, and a more peaceful atmosphere than the typical city. Some of the most unique attractions of the city include the Pagehuis, the Pulchri Studio and the Passage. Don't miss the chance to visit some of The Hague's most popular tourist attractions found on this tour.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
Self-Guided Architecture Tour of The Hague

Self-Guided Architecture Tour of The Hague

More than 750 years old, The Hague is a majestic city, which for the past 150 years has expanded into a huge metropolitan area. It is now the third largest city in the Netherlands and its remarkable architecture reflects its size and history. Visit The Hague's most notable buildings on this architectural tour of the city.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.4 km
Self-Guided Museums Tour of The Hague

Self-Guided Museums Tour of The Hague

Museums bring together and care for items of educational, creative, technical or historical importance and make their collections accessible to the community. Museums like the Public Transport Museum, Volksbuurtmuseum, Prisongate, and the Museum Bredius are the main cultural tourist attractions in the Hague. Visit the most popular museums in the Hague on this tour.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 6.3 km
Self-Guided Places of Worship Tour of The Hague

Self-Guided Places of Worship Tour of The Hague

The Hague has a number of prominent religious buildings, testament to the strong faith of the city's residents over the years. This tour will take you to just a small number of the churches found in The Hague. Don't miss the chance to visit some of the city's most alluring religious structures.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 7.9 km
Self-Guided Classical Architecture Tour of The Hague

Self-Guided Classical Architecture Tour of The Hague

A number of buildings in the center of The Hague were built in medieval times under the feudal system. In the Netherlands these historic buildings are often located on the river, which adds to their beauty. Explore The Hague's fascinating past with this tour of the city's medieval architecture.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.3 km
City Orientation Walk

City Orientation Walk

The Hague, the third largest city in the Netherlands, although not officially a Dutch capital, does accommodate the Dutch parliament, sitting at Binnenhof (Gothic-style “Inner Court” complex); the supreme court; all the ministries; embassies; and other governmental agencies of Holland. Moreover, the Dutch Queen herself opts to operate from her Hague's “working residence”, 16th-century Noordeinde Palace. To explore the Hague's most notable attractions, follow this orientation walk.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.4 km