Day of shopping


Langstraat is the place to be for shopping in Wassenaar. There are chain stores but also exclusive boutiques. And of course enough terraces to relax. It is very cozy because it is a long street with lots to do.

Haagse markt

The Hague market is the largest uncovered commodity market in the Netherlands and is even one of the largest markets in Europe. The Hague market is a meeting place of many cultures. There is really something for everyone to find their taste and tasting here and there is of course also fun.

City The Hague

Grote marktstraat in The Hague

Grote Marktstraat is one of the most important shopping areas in the center of The Hague. The shopping street runs from the lively Grote Markt to the Spui. A large number of department stores are located here in beautiful buildings, such as de Bijenkorf, Peek & Cloppenburg, Canadian department store Hudson's Bay, sports chain Decathlon and of course the new Passage.

Haagse Bluf in The Hague

A luxury shopping area full of clashing architectural styles where historical materials from all over the world have been processed into one. Various shops and specialty shops in the field of clothing, interior and beauty. The new food halls are also located here.

Denneweg in The Hague

The Denneweg, formerly the antique street of The Hague, is now a 'must' for lovers of lifestyle and design at an international level. With its adjacent streets and canals, the Denneweg is like an open air department store with specialty shops where service is of paramount importance.

Noordeinde in The Hague

The Noordeinde is known as the art street of The Hague. It is also one of the most famous shopping areas in the old center of The Hague. Here you will find exclusive fashion boutiques, galleries, antiques and art shops.

Keizerstraat in Scheveningen

Keizerstraat is the oldest and most historic shopping street in Scheveningen and surroundings. The former fisherman's houses in and around this cozy street provide a lot of fun. You will find many small shops and eateries here, but also large chains, such as Albert Heijn, HEMA and de Blokker.

The Mall of the Netherlands Leidschendam

What used to be called Leidsenhage has now changed into the Mall of the Netherlands. It will be a unique, fully covered shopping center where "a day out" is central. With 230 new stores, a movie theater, a food hall and westfield architecture. It is still hard work and renovation, but already it is definitely worth a visit. It will be ready at the end of 2020 and Leidschendam has the largest covered shopping center in the Netherlands.