The Hague Market

Herman Costerstraat, The Hague


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Opening hours

Opening hours
Day of the week Opening hours
Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday Closed
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday Closed



Google Reviews

  • Calvin Chow

    A huge open air market that takes on a similar oriental feel like Malaysian morning market. Besides selling fresh produce, they sell Fish sandwich, Asian delicacies, fried fish battered in flour, ready made roast chicken, kebab, and many more items. It is best to come around 7 am to get a fresh start. Do note that they only accept cash. An underground carpark is available at the market.

    a month ago
  • Adriana Frijo

    Amazing market with such an incredible variety of food and clothes! Never seen something like this before. We tried out vegetables and fruit from different booth. Not only were these surprisingly inexpensive, but also super delicious and the fruit nicely juicy. The fish was also really good and there's plenty of different types of fish and meat! Absolutely worth a visit!

    3 months ago
  • Maurizio Tallo

    Biggest open air market in Europe. Open 4 days a week on Mon, Wed, Fri and Saturday. The great and buzzing atmosphere serves a multi cultural group of people. The market is devided in 2 parts mainly. The food side and the clothing and other products side. Here you find clothing, flower shops, second hand washing machines, fabrics and curtains all at a reasonable price. The food section of the market is filled with fresh produce, tropical fruits, fresh fish and specialised food stands with herbs, teas and other interesting food from all over the world. Who comes by car can park his car under the market in the parking garage.

    a month ago
  • Gianmaria Griglio

    This is one of the biggest markets in the Netherlands. The quality of fresh produce that is possible to find is really great. Go all the way to the end and take a look at the fish stands, they're spectacular! As you might expect it can get real busy, especially on Saturdays afternoons. But it's open 4 days a week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday), so take your pick.

    3 months ago
  • Prasanna Narayanan

    Always take a walk through the market before buying anything cause there are wide differences in prices across the different stalls. Come for best and fresh fruits and vegetables. Wide variety and easily 40-50% cheaper than local supermarkets. You can also find household items and second hand products. Clothes , shoes, curtains and handbags are also available for a very good price.

    4 months ago