The festival site can be found on the Malieveld. It is only a short walk from The Hague Central Station.
All participants and spectators are advised to travel by public transport as much as possible. If you still want to come to The Hague by car, it is best to park at Q-Park CS New Babylon. This parking garage is located at 63 meters walking distance to the Malieveld . This parking garage can be reached via the Utrechtsebaan (exit 2). Please note: Apcoa Parking Malieveld is closed.
If you come from The Hague, you probably know where to find the Malieveld. The easiest way to reach the location of the CPC is by bicycle. Extra bicycle sheds will be temporarily set up at the Malieveld to park your (moped) bicycle. Free guarded Biesieklette bicycle sheds can be found in the center.
With tram 9 you get off at stop Malieveld (Bosbrug) or Dr. Kuyperstraat. The tram stop Korte Voorhout of tram 15 and 15 is also an option.
The Malieveld is easily accessible by public transport. If you come by train from NS Central Station, it is best to walk. From the main entrance you walk straight ahead along the Koekamp in about 4 minutes to the Malieveld. From Station Hollands Spoor you can take the train, tram 15 or take tram 1 to The Hague Central Station.
From NS station HS it is best to go via Central Station to Malieveld.
Tram and bus diversions from HTM
The CPC provides various public transport diversions. The HTM says: The redirects start from 12.00 o’clock. A number of bus diversions on bus 18, 22 and 22 are already starting from the beginning of the day.
Road closures during CPC
Due to the thousands of riders, several streets in The Hague have to be dropped off. Sunday closures 12 March are fortunately all just temporary. Below you will find an overview of the streets that have been temporarily closed off and also clearly show how long the blockade will last.
Road closures during CPC 2023