Pine tree The Hague is bursting with photogenic walking spots. We asked on Facebook and Instagram to our followers where they prefer to walk in The Hague. Curious about the answers? You read it below.
Meijendel dune area
Indebuurt follower Lisette finds dune area Meijendel is a nice place to walk and we understand why. You can walk for hours and there are a lot of animal species. Konik horses, roe deer and Galloway cattle roam around.
The Westduinpark is located between Scheveningen and The Hague. It is one of the largest nature reserves in The Hague and it is beautiful. Indebuurt follower Janneke agrees. The landscape is varied, with woods, dunes and open plains. There are Scottish Highlanders walking around and there are many hiking trails. As you walk you can hear the sound of the waves in the background. Isn’t that wonderful!
On the edge of Wassenaar is the Royal estate Horsten. Indebuurt follower David likes to come here for a walk. It is quiet and beautifully green. There are several walking routes that are signposted through the area. Along the way you will come across Tea Pavilion De Horsten. Here you can relax with a nice cup of tea or a cold glass of beer.
Neighborhood follower Firoos indicates that she likes to walk in Clingendeal and don’t blame her. The English landscape style with beautiful buildings, gardens with impressive groups of trees and reflective water features: it can all be found in the area. It’s not just a forest, but one where you can be busy all day long.
Many people like to go there: the beach. In the summer, this place is mainly used for a day of sunbathing, but you can also go for a nice walk. Once you’ve made it through the heavy sand, the wonderful walk can begin. The coast is kilometers long and that gives the feeling that you can walk endlessly. Indebuurt follower Cecilia also likes to walk on the beach. We totally understand that Cecilia!
The Haagse Bos
The oldest forest in the Netherlands and that just in our city. The website DenHaag.com indicates that the Haagse Bos is a remnant of the primeval forest that ran from ‘s Gravenzande to beyond Alkmaar. Now the area is mainly known for the residence of the Royal family. Furthermore, several hiking trails run through the forest and you can wave at the king. Nice!
Another dune area where our followers like to walk is Solleveld. Nowhere else in the Netherlands are oak trees so close to the sea. Due to the special and vulnerable nature, Solleveld can only be visited with a day ticket. This card costs two euros and you can buy it here.
We also often saw the Madenstein recreation area in the comments
The famous Zuiderpark: many residents of The Hague like to come here. Walking, cycling, skating or just chilling in the grass: it’s all possible in this park. It is not the most relaxing environment, but it should not be missing from this list. The park is also known for various events such as Zuiderpark Live.