Binnenstad Express & Beach Express
- 04 September 2012
- 09 May 2014
Are you going to The Hague’s city centre or to Scheveningen Beach on a Sunday? Avoid traffic and save money on parking garages by parking at P+R Hoornwijck. From the P+R you can take the Binnenstad Express or the Sunday Beach Express.
Address P+R Hoornwijck
Laan van Hoornwijck 55
2289 DG Den Haag
Directly next to P+R (‘Park & Ride’) Hoornwijck are the Binnenstad Express (Tram 15) and the Beach Express (Tram 5). They will transport you swiftly to The Hague’s city centre or Scheveningen Beach.
The Binnenstad Express departs to the city centre every 13 minutes. The last tram from the city centre to Hoornwijck departs at around 0.30 hrs.
A ticket for the Binnenstad Express is valid for four people and you can park your car the whole day for free at the Park & Ride if you show your tram ticket. A ticket purchased in the evening (after 17.00 hrs.) and in the weekend costs € 2. A ticket purchased between 7.00 and 17.00 hrs. on Monday to Friday costs € 4. The return trip is valid on all HTM tram and bus lines.
During the beach season from May to September, the Beach Express (Strandexpress) brings passengers to Scheveningen Beach every Sunday. This tram travels directly to Scheveningen in about 30 minutes.
Please visit www.htm.net for the latest information on departure times for Tram 5 and 15.
Directions to P+R Hoornwijck
Follow signs for ‘P+R Hoornwijck’ on the A4, A12 and A13 from the Ypenburg interchange. The signs will lead you to the car park, which is well-lit in the evening for your comfort and safety.
From the A4 take Exit 9 (Ypenburg/Rijswijk-centrum), then turn right in the direction of The Hague and then again an immediate right. You’ll find P+R Hoornwijck on your right.
From the A13 from Rotterdam use Exit 7 (Rijswijk/Den Haag-Zuid), then from the Laan van Delfvliet make a right on the Laan van Hoornwijck. You’ll find P+R Hoornwijck on your right.
A new Park & Ride facility opened in 2012 at the Ypenburg train station. P+R Ypenburg is primarily meant to enable travel between the Ypenburg train station and The Hague’s Central Station or Zoetermeer and Utrecht.