Het Noordeinde

International allure After a spectacular redevelopment, the Noordeinde is once again ready for a bright future. The area known for its attractions and wonderful shops and restaurants welcomes its visitors with allure. The selection of things to do appeals to both national and international audiences and offers something for everyone. You can enjoy a wide range of culinary experiences from coffee, cocktail, lunch to a sumptuous dinner on spacious and sunny terraces. Besides the fine selection of restaurants and cafés, shopping there is great and you will find fashion and jewellery shops, among others. Hidden gems The royal shopping area Het Noordeinde offers many hidden gems. A sneak peek: Besides the terraces on the Place at various locations, sunny terraces at restaurants and lunchrooms. Many of the restaurants also have a lovely city garden where you can eat wonderfully on a beautiful summer evening. Paleisplein connects Noordeinde, Hoogstraat and Heulstraat. A green resting point in the city where you can relax on the white bench under the Postzegelboom overlooking Noordeinde Palace, the working palace of our king, and recover from a day of shopping. The Postzegelboom is a monumental tree and one of the oldest trees in The Hague. The tree owes its name to the many philatelists who gathered under the tree to exchange, buy or sell postage stamps. A final hidden gem are the alleys in the Noordeinde area. Let yourself be surprised by unexpected alleys and alcoves. Be curious, step inside and discover shops, small restaurants and more! Unique and popular Not surprisingly this shopping area with its many court- appointed suppliers is also called The Royal Shopping District. With a very diverse offer including galleries, restaurants, high-end fashion, jewellers and interiors and design, this area is unique and loved by tourists too. www.hetnoordeinde.nl