The Hofkwartier is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in The Hague. Here, you can find highlights such as Noordeinde Palace, the Peace Palace and the Grote Kerk (Great Church). But even when you’re not just there for the history, this is the place to be. Walk to the Prinsestraat for culinary hotspots, art galleries and trendy fashion shops.
Are you looking for more than an up-to-date wardrobe, but also a touch of personality? You’ll definitely find what you’re looking for in the Prinsestraat. This street has countless original fashion shops, such as concept store Collectiv and House of Poems. Foodies will also enjoy the Hofkwartier. Be sure to visit one of the great Asian restaurants, such as HanTing Cuisine, named the best in the country more than once. More good restaurants and shops can be found in the side streets, such as the Nobelstraat, Molenstraat and Oude Molstraat.
Nice to know
The Prinsestraat was named after stadtholder William II of Orange, the eldest son of Frederik Hendrik.
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