Ben you sporty? Do you like to have a drink or would you rather stroll around a special market? This weekend ( 38 March to April 2) there is something for everyone in The Hague. We have listed a few nice outings, have fun!
Saturday 1 and Sunday, April 2 2023 is the 71th edition of this Hague walking tour.
Start times: 5 km from 08. until 15.00 o’clock
10 and 17 km from 09. until 15.00 o’clock
25 km from 09.25 until 14.00 o’clock
38 km from 09. until 10. o’clockStart Office closes at 15.00 o’clock .
Would you like to join us for a walk? If you register in advance via the website
Le Marie Marche
The Hague Marie-France Meijer was born in France and likes to bring a bit of French culture to our city. Are you also crazy about the peppery French sausage and spicy cheeses? Then you won’t have to travel far because on April 1, the French Market Le Marie Marché can be found along the Hofvijver. The market is on it 12.00 until 17.00 hours and is accessible free of charge.
Surinamese Caribbean Friday afternoon drinks
Whether it rains or snows in the Hofhouse do you start your weekend exotic. Friday 30 March is from 17.00 until 01. hour Bubbelwater, a new Surinamese Caribbean Friday drink. Different music styles pass by such as Kaseko, Merengue, Soca, Chutney, Zouk and Kawina, which get an extra flavor with the Latin and House grooves. There are also Surinamese snacks and cocktails.
The Persian spring festival Nowruz is celebrated in The Hague on Saturday 1 April. Nowruz’s program includes music performances and poetry. There is also a market with lots of food and books. The market is free to enter and a
Rare beautiful market
Sunday April 2 is from 10. until 17.00 the Rare beautiful market on the Lange Voorhout. On the market you will come across products from local and regional artists, designers and creative entrepreneurs. All products are handmade, self-designed or locally produced in small quantities. In addition, traditional (organic) delicacies are also sold. Furthermore, Oscar Prinsen provides nice music and bubble blowing artist Frans van de Kamp gives demonstrations.