Car Rental The Hague

Starting from
31 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 07/02/2018 - 07/09/2018 at The Hague
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Hertz in The Hague

A city with a modern skyline – yet with tradition firmly rooted at street level – The Hague’s individual flair and rich heritage are a joy to discover. As the political center of the Netherlands and home to the country’s royal family, this picturesque city has a wealth of history to enjoy.

When you rent a car from The Hague you can explore the historic monuments, its long stretch of beach and the surrounding towns. The excitement of Amsterdam and Rotterdam aren’t far away either.

Reserve your vehicle online before you arrive and we’ll ensure it’s ready and waiting for a speedy pick-up, giving you more time to explore.

Pickup Locations The Hague

  • Binckhorstlaan

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed

    Address: Lekstraat 37

    Phone: +31 (0) 70 3818989

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Driving in and around The Hague

Regarded as the International City of Peace and Justice since the 19th century, The Hague occupies an idyllic location by the sea, with a coastline stretching for more than six miles.

You’ll find that driving in The Hague is straightforward enough, with well-signposted streets and attractions. Bear in mind that cycling is very popular in The Hague, so take extra care to travel slowly and check your blind spots.

The S100 is one of the main roads that loops around the city – use it to access top sights such as Mauritshuis and Binnenhof. Branch off on to the S200 to venture to Scheveningen, where you can explore the beach and a large forested park. The Familiepark Drievliet theme park, with its exciting rides and rollercoasters, is just a 12-minute drive away on the S108.

Beyond The Hague, you’ll find other Dutch destinations are within easy reach. Follow the A4 north for an hour to visit Amsterdam, a city of canals and a treasure trove of art. The A13 can take you to Rotterdam in just 30 minutes, where you can unearth cool culinary spots and a wealth of contemporary architecture.

Driving in the Netherlands is a delight, thanks to the well-maintained highways known as Autosnelweg. Typically, most cities, towns or villages have a 50km/h (31mph) speed limit. The maximum increases to 100km/h (62mph) on Autoweg (main national roads) and 130km/h (80mph) on Autosnelweg.

A quick guide to The Hague

Experience The Hague’s dynamic blend of palaces, political institutions, museums, natural parks and expansive coastline. A city that seemingly has it all, it’s a must-visit Dutch destination for any trip to the Netherlands.

Discover beauty by Hofvijver Pond

Make your way to Binnenhof’s central courtyard and enjoy the beauty of the centuries-old Dutch parliamentary buildings. The complex looks out over the beautiful Hofvijver Lake, also known as the court pond.

Take a tour of the eye-catching Ridderzaal, the Hall of Knights, to learn more about the political heritage of The Hague and get a glimpse inside the House of Representatives.

Next to the political complex is Mauritshuis, a prestigious art gallery housed inside a former palace. Behind the lavish baroque façade you’ll find mountains of Golden Age Dutch art.

Stroll through the exhibits hosted in each room, taking in the extravagant decor, where silk furnishings adorn the interiors and twinkling chandeliers hang from the ceiling. Marvel at masterpieces, such as Vermeer’s famous ‘Girl with the Pearl Earring’ and ‘The Goldfinch’ by Carel Fabritius.

Immerse yourself in fascinating history

Whether you enjoy literature, politics, photography or even cutting-edge graphic design, The Hague has several museums you can explore just north of the city center.

Take the whole family to the popular Children’s Book Museum, near to Koekamp Park, which has several innovative exhibits aiming to the spark imagination of kids of all ages. The neighboring Letterkundig Museum and the Royal Library host a wealth of literature, with the work of many Dutch writers and illustrators celebrated here.

Immerse yourself in the wacky world of Holland’s famous graphic designer, MC Escher, at Lange Voorhout Palace. You’ll be in awe of the fascinating gallery that takes you through the working life of the artist. Explore themes of reflection, perspective and perception, as each optical illusion challenges your brain.

Explore the Scheveningen district

Rolling waves, dense grasslands and shaded canopy trees - you simply must pay a visit to the Scheveningen neighborhood. This bustling part of The Hague is one of the Netherland’s top seaside resorts, with a wealth of attractions peppered along the soft, sandy shores.

Breathe in the fresh, salty air and wander barefoot along the long stretch of golden sand or take a refreshing dip in the North Sea. For the adventurous types, feel the excitement and exhilaration as you whirl across the beach on a zip line or try your hand at kite surfing.

Scheveningen Pier is a bustling spot not to be missed. Enjoy spectacular views of the sea as you ride the Ferris wheel, then soak up the lively atmosphere as you stroll along the promenade. There are plenty of places to eat and drink along the stretch, where you can sample local dishes such as pancakes and flavorsome homemade meatballs.

Rent a car in The Hague to explore all the fascinating sites, political monuments and must-see attractions of this Dutch city.