On 26 March 2014 by Daan van Reijn in Homepage

Easy access by tram or car. Or you can just walk.

What makes such a central location as attractive as it is, is the excellent accessibility. There are public transport stops almost on your doorstep, and the Wijnhavenkwartier is easy to reach by car as well. However, often, you will not even need transport; the city centre with every shop you could ever need and indoor markets are pretty much around the corner. While cycling or walking, you will find one new address after another, as the city centre is constantly changing and very much alive!


Perfect public transport The Wijnhavenkwartier is less than a two-minute walk from the RandstadRail. Lines 2, 3 and 4 converge at the Kalvermarkt, after which they fan out again in the directions of Loosduinen, Kraaijenstein, the Uithof, Leidschendam and Zoetermeer. The newly renovated The Hague Central Station is only a five-minute walk away.


Easy parking If you insist on using your car anyway: via the Schedeldoekshaven and the Prins Bernhard flyover, the Utrechtsebaan is close by. The A4 and A13 motorways will take you to Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Below the Wijnhavenkwartier, over 600 parking spaces are available. Some of those are only for the residents and employees of the Wijnhavenkwartier, while others are available to visitors.