Malieveld | Parking and events
t Malieveld is a large lawn in the center of The Hague with an area of more than ten hectares. Malieveld is a household name both inside and outside the city. From The Hague Central you can walk there in no time and you will pass by car when you enter The Hague. The Malieveld is best known for the events, festivals and demonstrations that take place here, but it is also a good central parking place. Every year there are the Tong Tong Fair, Veterans Day, CPC loop and the Liberation Festival. The annual City-Pier-City Loop starts and finishes on the Malieveld. And during the Christmas period, the Groot Kerstcircus The Hague is on the Malieveld. From 2019 it will be on the Malieveld Cirque du Soleil Perching regularly for 10 years.
Also watch: Parking at the Malieveld and other parking garages around The Hague Central.
Parking fee Malieveld
– monday to sunday van 06.30 – 22.00 uur
– drive out 24 hours a day possible.
– tarif : € 2,00 per 48 min (€ 2,50/uur)
– tarif events: € 2,50 per 48 min (€ 3,13/uur)
– max daytarif € 26.00
– eveningkaart starting 18.00 uur : € 7.00 (not valid during events)
– zat-kaart (7-uur): € 7.00 (not valid during events)
(subject to change)
Address Parking garage Malieveld Den Haag:
2596 AA The Hague
The Malieveld is easily accessible in various ways thanks to its central location. The location is ideally located next to The Hague Central Station and the Utrechtse Baan. If you enter The Hague by car via the center ring, follow the signs for Malieveld. Below the Malieveld there is a large parking garage where you can park your car. It is also easily accessible by public transport. You can walk to it from The Hague Central Station within nine minutes. Various bus lines also stop at Malieveld (if you have blisters after the CPC or if your legs are tired after the Tong Tong Fair).
Walk from The Hague Central to Malieveld
It is very good to walk to the Malieveld from The Hague Central. You can take the side exit of the station (where the trams stop). There you turn right when you come out the sliding door and then it is just walking straight ahead! (watch out with crossing!). You can also walk out the main entrance. Then you keep the station in your back and you keep walking straight ahead. Just search for a safe place to cross as a pedestrian! It is approximately a 9 minute walk. If you pass Paviljoen Malieveld, you’re in the right place and you’re there.
Originally the Malieveld was part of the Haagse Bos. The Malieveld still borders the forest, so you walk straight into the forest. (well, just cross the Utrecht job by the way). The Hague is green. Very green, because the Haagse Bos alone covers around 100 hectares and extends to the municipality of Wassenaar. It is the perfect place to go for a run, to have a picnic by the water or to walk among the beautiful, old trees. De Koekamp is just right off the Malieveld. It is a forest park with large water features and a deer park that includes red deer and fallow deer. And between De Koemap and Malieveld you can eat delicious poffertjes at Paviljoen Malieveld.