There are not a lot of shops at the Wilhelminaplein. There is a pair of glasses maker (how do you say it is called? Optremist???) and candy-store, clothes, brasserie (little restaurant to eat lunch or small diner), flowerist and camera-photoshop.
Thats about it.
What to buy: At a lovely day just sitt down at the terrasse and enjoy all the people coming by on the square. You will have the time of your live and take a nice coffee, tea or even a Heineken Beer if you like! And if you start to get hungry just order a KROKET and you will send me an email when you come back telling me what a good tip this was.
What to pay: What ever you wear at that moment.
A lot of things in this street, from restaurants (Greek and Spanish, Israelien and Fish and Ships), Chickenfarm (well you can buy chicken), photo shop, cheap clothes store and lots more.
Rent a movie and jewelery.
What to buy: Well depending of what you need i would say shop till you drop then go to the chickenfarm and buy a meal (ready made by the chef) or one of the nice pieces of grilled chicken !
What to pay: As less as you can.....but dont run away !
Again all kind of shops. I bed the HEMA is the oldest there, and they didnt change the inside since i was born.....or maybe they did but the inside looks like the surroundings of a pool. Well anyway, there you can buy all kind of things but eating the sausage it the best you can do.
There is also a farmacy, leather bags, clothes, Pearl (pair of glasses), baker, travelagent and much more.
What to buy: Like i said best is the sausage of the HEMA but also a Turkish pizza is alright (that you can buy at the bakers.
What to pay: Never to much, then you are a fool.
You can find here a lot of clothing, a spanish restaurant, a hairdresser, a florist, about 3 shoe-shops, two tellecom shops and the Greek restaurant Stavros. And sorry for the ones i didnt manchent.
What to buy: You can get some fresh roasted chickens here !
What to pay: Just the prize that is on the item.
This shopping mall is located in the city center of Naaldwijk and has 3 entrances.
There's an entrance at "Patijnenburg", "Wilhelminaplein" and the "Herenstraat".
The mall opened in November 1998.
You can buy here all your everyday needs, groceries, clothing, homedecoration but also just eat or drink to relax.
The center is about 14000 square meters in which 50 stores are located. Above the shops are about 520 parkingplaces which are free for the first hours you park you car.
What to buy: Shops include; Konmar, V&D, Luigi Lucardi, Free record shop, Expert Koppenol, Coolcat, de Tuinen, Dixons, Bart Smit, Blokker, Etos and many more.
Picture taken April 8, 2003