The Frederik Hendriklaan
The Hague is an international city boasting many diverse cultures and expatriate groups. The city's residents are well used to helping international guests. Many speak English, as well as a range of other languages and are very hospitable.
The Frederik Hendriklaan, also known as The Fred, is one of the most charming and unique shopping areas of The Hague; combining beautiful boutiques with family delicatessens, as well as a wide range of eating options, and much more. Recently the Frederik Hendriklaan has been elected as the most atmospheric street of the Netherlands.
The Hague boasts a wide range of good restaurants and internationally famous museums and architecture, like the Omniversum, the Gemeentemuseum, Museon, Madurodam and the World Forum Theater. It’s the perfect compliment for any shopping trip. The famous seaside resort of Scheveningen is also within easy reach. Take a visit and see for yourself The Fred’s unique atmosphere, it’s definitely worth the trip!
From Den Haag CS:
tram 16 (direction Statenkwartier)
citybus 24 (direction Kijkduin)
From Den Haag Hollands Spoor
tram 11 (direction Scheveningen Haven - Strand)
tram 17 (direction Statenkwartier)