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We visited the Passage on several occasions during our recent stay in The Hague.
Built in the 19th century the architecture is certainly of great interest housing a selection of upmarket shops together with some well known international High St brands.
It is extremely convenient...More
Who needs modern shopping malls while these old passages, on a much more human scale, exist? Shops and cafés offering a variety of goods from clothes to kitchenware to pens to computers and phones. And the coffee and chocolate in Hot and Stork is worth...More
The Passage is a shopping street in the middle of The Hague. There are many shop small and big. For example Apple Store. There are lots of places where you can eat lunch or dinner. Because it's indoor there are many terrases where you can...More
Not much to say about The Passage, it’s a nice little passage which contains a few shops, nice shops from Apple to Jewellery and Pens. Building design is lovely, very nice building and well kept. Also features a couple cafes.
Boasts a high, glass ceiling, but with a modern twist.
Architect Tschumi has given Passage a very light and open design.
Tschumi drew inspiration from Delft Blue for the blue and white tiled ceramic facade.
The new section of Passage creates an attractive connection between...More
Although I've lived in the Netherlands for many years, when I'm in Den Haag I invariably visit the Passage - so elegant and atmospheric - especially around Christmas with the massive, and well decorated tree in the middle. Shops are high quality and tend to...More