CASA kliniek Den Haag

The Hague (Den Haag) is the seat of the Dutch royal family. The Dutch government and parliament are also situated in The Hague, as well as most foreign embassies. The city has several national and international courts, such as the ‘Vredespaleis’ (‘palace of peace’)which houses the International Court of Justice. The Hague is not far from the coast. 

CASA kliniek Den Haag

Van Beverningkstraat 134
2582 VL The Hague
tel:  +31 (0)88-888 4444

The clinic is open on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.and can be reached by phone on all weekdays.



How to get there

Public transport

Public transport from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to Den Haag Hollands Spoor railway station

Trains run between 7 a.m. and midnight, at least 6 times an hour. This is a direct connection. Tickets are available from the ticket office or a ticket machine. A single ticket costs about €8. The journey with an intercity train takes approx. 30 minutes. On arrival you can take a tram to CASA The Hague.

Public transport from Den Haag Hollands Spoor railway station

Go out of the station through the main entrance. The stop for tram 11 to Scheveningen Haven is opposite the station. The journey takes about 20 minutes. Get off at the Willem de Zwijgerlaan stop. Walk along Willem de Zwijgerlaan and take the first road on your right (Van Beverningkstraat). CASA The Hague is on your left (no. 134) after about 200 m.

Your own transport

Driving from Utrecht/Rotterdam

Go on the A12 towards Den Haag.

At the end follow the signs to Kijkduin/Scheveningen Zeehaven. You first pass the Madurodam miniature city and then the Congresgebouw (concert building). Shortly after that you’ll see the Omniversum cinema on your right.** Turn right at the next traffic lights. Then turn left at the second crossroads into Willem de Zwijgerlaan. Van Beverningkstraat is the 6th turning on the left. As it’s impossible to turn left there, you’ll have to do a U-turn at the end of the street.

Driving from Leiden

Go on the A44 towards Den Haag.

After you’ve passed the Concertgebouw (concert building), you’ll see the Omniversum cinema on your right. ** Follow the route above from here.

There are plenty of places to park near the clinic.

Last modified on 06/12/2014 - 12:33