Most travelers who visit The Hague by train travel via the railway stations The Hague Central and The Hague HS. International trains also stop at the latter station. There are a number of smaller stations, namely Moerwijk, Ypenburg, Laan van NOI and Mariahoeve. The Hague has direct train connections with Leiden, Schiphol, Amsterdam, Alkmaar, Hoorn, Haarlem, Gouda, Utrecht, Delft, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Brussels and Paris, among others. There is also an extensive tram and bus route.
The Hague can be reached by car on the A4, A12, A13, A44 / N44 and Ring Den Haag motorways. Accessibility is often complicated by the many traffic jams, especially on summer days.
Do you want to avoid traffic jams and save parking money? Then you can park at transferium P + R Hoornwijck and travel on from there with the Binnenstad Express (tram 15).
|Police||Burg. Patijnlaan 35||0900 8844|
|General practitioner||Leyweg 275||070 3469669|
|Hospital MCH||Lijnbaan 32||070 3302000|
|Pharmacy||Laan van Meerdervoort 558a||070 3634944|
|City hall||Spui 70||070 3533000|
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