Route

The Hague is strategically situated in the western part of the Netherlands. Located in the heart of one of Europe’s largest urban centres, the city has excellent rail and road connections within the country and across Europe.

Two international airports being within easy reach, The Hague’s accessibility and location could not be better. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport takes you 45 minutes by car, Rotterdam The Hague Airport only 30 minutes.

from Central Station

Travelling by tram

Tram 1_Den Haag Centraal Station From The Hague Central Station (CS) you can take the following tram lines:

Tram 1 (direction Scheveningen Noorderstrand)

Tram 17 (direction Statenkwartier)

Get off: Stop Javastraat

Travelling by bus

Bus_Den Haag CS_HS_naar La PaulownapleinCity bus 22 (direction Duindorp)

Get off: Bus stop Javastraat

Looproute

Walk: circa 6 minutes
1. Go west on Javasrtaat to Alexanderstraat
2. Continue onto Laan van Meerdervoort
3. Turn left onto Anna Paulownastraat
4. On your right hand at the Anna Paulownaplein you’ll see boutique hotel La Paulowna.

from Holland Spoor

Travelling by tram

Tram 1_Den Haag Centraal StationFrom Holland Spoor you can take the following tram lines:

Tram 1 (direction Scheveningen Noorderstrand)

Tram 17 (direction Statenkwartier)

Get off: Stop Javastraat

Travelling by bus

Bus_Den Haag CS_HS_naar La PaulownapleinStadsbus 18 (direction Clingendael)

Hop off: Bus stop Nieuwe Haven

Switch: Bus stop 22 (richting Duindorp)

Hop off: Bus stop Javastraat (see route above)