Cycling in The Hague

The Hague is one of the best cities to cycle in. Almost every main street has dedicated cycle paths, there are numerous bicycle lock-ups, plenty of bicycles for hire, and a good repair shop is never far away.

Cycling in The Hague

The Hague is also a relatively small city. Residents can reach most of their destinations in 20 minutes and cycling from one end of the city to the other takes around 45 minutes. It is certainly an easy, healthy and environmentally-friendly option for getting about in The Hague with its more than 370 kilometres of cycle paths and 70 kilometres of bicycle lanes.

Those who have lived here for some time will find that it is often faster to travel about by bicycle than by car.

For the newcomer, cycling in the city can be daunting; one is not sure where to go and what the correct cycling behaviour is. Once you have tried cycling in this city, you will realise it really is quite straightforward. Some information so that you may “get on your bike” and go.

    Published: 12 March 2010Modified: 21 January 2019