Categorie: English

Dutch Laws

Know your rights: distance buying

Parcel delivery vans are a common sight these days, driving up and down the streets of The Hague, because more and more people are ordering goods via internet. You simply place an order from the comfort of your armchair and the product will often be delivered the next day, with no need for you to set foot outside the door. We call this ‘distance buying’.

Pure Market: Holland’s most renowned traveling market!

Pure Market: Holland’s most renowned traveling market!

The Pure Markt (Pure Market) is one of Holland’s most renowned markets; a source of exceptional, artisan, Dutch and international produce, food and creativity. Approximately 70% of our stalls are food related and the rest is a mix of designer, vintage and gift items.

The Hague International Jazz Days

The Hague International Jazz Days

The first edition of The Hague International Jazz Days will vibrate in the city centre on 30 April and 1 May. Brazilian singer and multi-instrumentalist Ed Motta and Curaçaoan-Dutch singer Izaline Calister are the main acts of the festival, where they will both present their brand new albums.

Dear Expats from the ‘Zeeheldenkwartier’

There are many of you living in The Hague’s district ‘het Zeeheldenkwartier’ and we would like to invite you to share your thoughts on our website.
Recently, we started to translate some of our Dutch articles into English as we believe that expats are also of course a part of our community.
We are all Europeans these days, aren’t we?

Has The Hague become a Maze?

For the residents of the Zeeheldenkwartier (sea heroes district), this is common knowledge: it is often easier and faster to travel about The Hague by bicycle than by car. However, sometimes even a ’sea hero’ wants to leave the city by car. And that is, to put it mildly, not always an easy matter.