Den Haag Centraal is a wonderfully architectured train station by Koenraad Gaast that was completed in 1973 and serves trains to and from Amsterdam, London, Paris, and Rotterdam. Serving as the largest railway in the city of The Hague and the largest terminal station in all of the Netherlands. The station has 10 platforms and 12 tracks, however, is easy as it is interesting to navigate around thanks to the clothing stores, small cafes, and lounge areas that make the train station that much more charming. Additionally, Den Haag Centraal has other necessary for comfortable stay amenities such as restrooms, a currency exchange kiosk, and information tables.
Useful Information About Den Haag Centraal
What can I find at Den Haag Centraal?
All passengers are welcome to take advantage of the wide selection of services, including parking lot, ticket offices, payphones, restrooms, information desks, various shops and cafes, and spacious waiting areas.
What can I find near Den Haag Centraal?
If you arrive early for your train and have time to spare, you can visit the charming Children's book museum, admire hundreds of Dutch paintings at the Mauritshuis Museum, or for all the book lovers, visit the Huis van het Boek book production museum, which are all located a 10-minute walk from Den Haag Centraal.