In The Hague you can really have such a great time shopping and eating. If there’s one neighbourhood that you must visit in The Hague, then it’s probably the Zeeheldenkwartier and then especially the streets Prins Hendrikstraat en Piet Heinstraat. The Zeeheldenkwartier is full of cute shops where the owners select or produce their products with so much love and care. Think of fun shops like Zity Zoo and Tas-Ka, or cafes like Pim and a lot more.
If you’ve managed to finish walking the entire Zeeheldenkwartier, then perhaps you can check out the Prinsestraat near the Paleistuin (Palace Garden). In this street you can find the coolest specialty stores. For example, go to Boon for high quality Arabica coffee that’s locally roasted, or go to No Boys Allowed for beautiful women sneakers (also in small sizes!). And finally you can go to Juni in that street for the best cakes ever. More hotspots in The Hague can be found in The Hague City Guide!
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