The Hague Market
The Hague Market is the biggest outdoor market in Europe. The Hague Market is locally pronounced as the ‘Haagse Mart’ and is located on Herman Coster street. You can buy just about everything here on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Approximately 25,000 people visit the Hague Market each market day.
What The Hague Market offers
There is almost nothing that The Hague Market does not offer. Already at the beginning of the last century the market acquired a reputation for selling unique and exotic goods. Since then the range of available products has only increased. Approximately 500 stalls are built up under all weather conditions, offering a huge variety of exotic fruit, flowers, clothes, computer products, confectionary, shoes, materials, fish and more. You can also enjoy all sorts of juices and foods.
Transvaal and the Schilderswijk are The Hague’s two multicultural districts. The Hague Market lies precisely in-between and reflects the neighbourhood’s diversity. You can reach the market by tram on lines 11 and 12. Events are often held on days when there is no market. There is always something to enjoy at the Hague Market.