CorelDraw Map Den Haag + Delft Netherlands

The Hague (Den Haag) and Delft are two distinct cities in the Netherlands, each with its own neighborhoods and districts. Here is a brief description of some neighborhoods and districts in both cities:

The Hague (Den Haag):

  1. Scheveningen: Located on the North Sea coast, Scheveningen is a popular beach resort district in The Hague. It offers a vibrant beachfront promenade, numerous restaurants, and cultural attractions such as the Scheveningen Pier and Kurhaus.
  2. Centrum: The city center is known for its historic architecture, government buildings, and cultural institutions. It’s home to the Binnenhof (Dutch Parliament), Noordeinde Palace, and numerous shops and restaurants.
  3. Zeeheldenkwartier: This district has a bohemian atmosphere, with trendy boutiques, cozy cafes, and a diverse population. It’s known for its leafy streets and historic charm.
  4. Statenkwartier: Located near the beach, Statenkwartier is an affluent residential area with beautiful early 20th-century architecture. It’s home to the Peace Palace and the International Court of Justice.
  5. Laak: This district has a mix of residential and industrial areas. It’s undergoing revitalization, with modern housing developments and easy access to public transportation.
  6. Transvaal: Transvaal is a multicultural neighborhood with a lively street market and a wide variety of shops and eateries. It’s known for its diversity and community spirit.


  1. Historic City Center: Delft’s historic center is famous for its canals, medieval architecture, and the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) with the tomb of William the Silent. It’s a picturesque and charming area with cobbled streets and traditional Dutch houses.
  2. Hof van Delft: This neighborhood is just west of the city center and is known for its elegant houses and tree-lined streets. It offers a quieter residential atmosphere.
  3. Tanthof: Located in the northwest of Delft, Tanthof is a modern suburban area with parks, green spaces, and family-friendly amenities. It’s a quieter residential neighborhood.
  4. Buitenhof: Situated to the south of the city center, Buitenhof offers a mix of residential areas and shopping centers. It’s a diverse and lively district.
  5. Vrijenban: Vrijenban is a suburban neighborhood to the east of Delft. It’s known for its peaceful environment and offers a mix of residential and industrial areas.
  6. Poptahof: Poptahof is a diverse and multicultural neighborhood with a mix of residential and commercial spaces. It has a vibrant atmosphere and a strong sense of community.

These are just a few neighborhoods and districts in The Hague and Delft. Both cities have a lot to offer in terms of cultural diversity, historic charm, and modern amenities, making them attractive places to live and visit in the Netherlands.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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