A curated guide of 20 places and things to do in The Hague, recommended by locals
All good in the hood: local spots you must check out around the city
This is The Hague, a bustling modern metropolis full of art, history and fantastic food. Scroll down to see a mix of local spots to visit while you're here. From unique vintage shops to sky-high dining – our guide has it all.
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Pim Coffee, Sandwiches & Vintage
Cosy • Coffee • Quiet
This quiet and cosy cafe is a perfect relaxed start to the day. Pop by for breakfast before your day in The Hague! Alternatively, try one of their delicious smoothies to get a head start on your 5-a-day.
This hidden spot features a rooftop restaurant and bar for some of the best views in The Hague. The building is a huge former post office with bags of 50s charm. Make sure you take in the panoramic view of the city.
This treasure-trove is home to the world-famous 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' by Vermeer, an absolute must-see while you're here. You'll also be able to see other big names in Dutch art, like Rembrandt and Fabritius.
Café Blossom is a beautiful, bright start to the day or a great place to relax in the evening. Serving fantastic coffee and filling food, this delightful spot makes for a great pause in the centre of the city.
This garage-turned-gallery is home to some of the latest developments in The Hague's contemporary art scene. They take an experimental approach to helping artists develop their practice and reach wider audiences.