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    Tram

    by benidormone Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Tram

    The tram is the best option to visit Scheveningen. You don't have to look for parking space, which is also very expensive. The tram brings you fast to the beach of Scheveningen. Several tram lines have there terminus in Scheveningen.

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    Local Public Transport

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Tram 11 at the Scheveningen stop.

    From Scheveningen the following tram & bus lines connect to the neighbouring The Hague:

    1 Noorderstrand via The Hague Station Holland Spoor to Delft
    9 Noorderstrand via both The Hague train stations to Vrederust
    11 Scheveningen Haven to The Hague Station Holland Spoor
    12 Duindorp to The Hague Station Holland Spoor
    14 Noorderstrand to The Hague Uithof
    23 Duindorp to Kijkduin

    At night:
    N1 Kurhaus to The Hague Central Station

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    TO SCHEVENINGEN - BEACH RESORT

    by RoyJava Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Tram- & Bus-lines: >>>
    Tram-line 1: Delft-Den Haag CS-Madurodam-Scheveningen
    Tram-line 8: Den Haag Vrederust-Station HS-Scheveningen
    Tram-line 9: Den Haag Vrederust-Stations HS-CS-Scheveningen
    Tram-line 11: Den Haag station HS-Scheveningen

    Bus-line 14: Den Haag Berestein-Scheveningen
    Bus-line 22: Leidschendam-stations Leidschendam-Voorburg Voorburg-Den Haag station CS-Scheveningen
    Bus-line 23: Kijkduin-station Rijswijk-Voorburg-Laan van N.O.I-/Scheveningen

    For Parking Cars See >>>
    Palace Promenade Scheveningen

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    By car

    by yumyum Updated Sep 10, 2007

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    Where is our car?

    In Scheveningen there are several parking houses and areas. We parked in the open air area called "Zwarte pad" for Euro 1.90 per hour. All the parking you see in the streets is for a charge and only short term. You also have to pay on weekends.

    When we left Scheveningen we lost a lot of time in traffic jams as part of the A12 motorway was under reconstruction and the following the "U" signs wasn't easy either.

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    SCHEVENINGEN PARKING

    by RoyJava Written Jun 10, 2006

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    Noppes! Donot think you can park your car in the beach-resort Scheveningen. No free parking facilities! Nada Nienta Nothing (ONE exception, but I would like that to keep it for own use, sorry ...!)! And the parking opportunities are limited! So try to find a car park, where you can park as long as you like ...

    Open 7 days/week, 00.00 - 24.00 hrs/day
    Parking Garage:
    * Parking Scheveningen bad, Zwolsestraat
    * Parking Nieuwe Parklaan
    * Parking Kurhaus, Gevers Deynootweg

    Car Park:
    * Zwarte Pad/Black Path
    * Also Strandweg, is 10.00 - 22.00 hrs

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    From The Hague (city center) to Scheveningen

    by Airpunk Written Aug 31, 2005

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    The most comfortable way to visit Scheveningen is to catch a tram from the city center of The Hague. Trams number 1 and 9 will bring you to the most popular points while number 11 stops a little to the west leaving you near the Obelisk (see tips) at Scheveningen Haven. If you travel from the city center, you have to stamp THREE STRIPES of your strippenkaart (two zones). It is also possible to walk from Madurodam to Scheveningen (around 1,5 km).

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    Central station to the beach

    by Mique Updated Jan 30, 2004

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    Tram 9 will take you from the central station to Scheveningen.

    You will find it on the left side of the train station just outside. It leaves for Scheveningen every 5 minutes or so during weekdays. Every 10 minutes during the weekend.

    From Hollands Spoor you can take tram 1 to get to Scheveningen. Also every 5 minutes or so on weekdays. A little less often during weekends but during the day still every 10 minutes or around that

    More information on the HTM webside
    Lijnenkaart -> map for all the trams and buses
    Haltetijden -> indicates the times at the different stops

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    Parking

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Apr 19, 2003

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    Parking  map Scheveningen

    I recommend the Parking garage at the Zwolse straat. If you enter Scheveningen via the Van Alkemadelaan keep the right lane and turn right after the Shall gasstation.

    It's 300 meters from the Pier and open 24 hours a day.

    Tarife: Euro 1,40 per hour with a maximum of Euro 10,00 per day.

    Capacity: 2030 parking places.

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    Scheveningen Harbour

    by Mique Updated Mar 9, 2003

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    Tram 11 leaves from station Hollands Spoor to the Scheveningen harbour.

    Info can be found on the HTM webside.

    Lijnenkaart -> map for all the trams and buses
    Haltetijden -> indicates the times at the different stops

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    Free parking

    by Mique Updated Mar 2, 2003

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    From the end of october till the beginning of march the parking lot called 'zwarte pad' is for free.

    When you're in Scheveningen and make sure you have the Kurhaus on the left and the Pathe cinema on the righthandside. Drive down the street until you cannot go further (bus terminal). Take a little swing to the left and drive into the parking lot which is halfway up into the dunes. It is easy to see when it is for free since the entrance poles are up. If not in high season, there is usually parking space here.

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    Rent a bike and get into the dunes

    by tijs Written Feb 2, 2003

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    Dune vegetation

    The best way to explore the wonderful dunes between Scheveningen and Katwijk is renting a bike. It is also a good way to find more quiet beaches. Take ram number 8 to Scheveningen and get out at tramstop Keizerstraat. Walk to the end of the street. Opposite the church you will find Du Nord Rijwielen (Keizerstraat 27), where they have a big choice of cheap and good bikes. Cycle to the north, follow the signs Katwijk and soon you wills see the Watertower. In front of this tower go to the left and you will find a long ccclepath that leads you all the way to Katwijk. But the path also leads to the nude beach: take the first path to the left up the hill. If you take the path to the right after about 3 kms, you will get to the former farm Meyendel. There you can visit a small exhibition about the dunes, a horse-stable and a playground for kids. There is also a terrace, where you can eat pancakes.

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    By public transport

    by yumyum Written Sep 10, 2007

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    You can reach Scheveningen from Den Haag by various tram lines like no.1, no. 9 and no. 11. Along the coast there are also buses. At the tram stops you find a line map.

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    Boat day trips

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Jun 5, 2006
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    Several boat companies offer trips on the Northsea for sightseeing or fishing.

    One of them is Rederij Groen.

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    The HTM Tram

    by pieter_jan_v Written Apr 19, 2003

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    HTM Tram 1

    From the The Hague Train station take tram 1 to the Scheveningen Pier or tram 11 to the Scheveningen harbour.

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