Travelling to and within Scheveningen by public transport is straightforward and convenient. The extensive network is operated by HTM and connects Scheveningen by tram and bus from both the large train stations The Hague Central Station and The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS).
Unlimited use of The Hague public transport with the OV chip card
If you're using public transport in Scheveningen and beyond, the public transport chip card (OV-chipkaart) is used for travel on trams and buses. The most convenient option for visitors is a disposable one-hour card or day card (valid for one to seven days). One-hour tickets can be bought from the conductor or driver on the tram or bus. Day tickets can be bought on the tram or purchased in advance. Day cards can not be bought from the driver on the bus. Tickets are valid across the whole network from the time of purchase, allowing you to take as many journeys as you choose within your chosen time-frame.
Paying with cash on public transport
The Hague is working towards making public transport completely cashless. Tickets can only be purchased using debit or credit on most bus routes and as of 8 December 2017.
Going by tram to Scheveningen (from Central Station or Hollands Spoor)
- Tram 1 (direction Scheveningen Northern beach, Zwarte Pad) Hollands Spoor – Centrum – Vredespaleis – Keizerstraat – Badhuiskade – Scheveningseslag – Kurhaus – Zwarte Pad.
- Tram 9 (direction Scheveningen Noorderstrand) Hollands Spoor – Central Station – Madurodam – Circustheather – Kurhaus – Zwarte Pad.
- Tram 11 (direction Scheveningen Harbour) Station Hollands Spoor – Duinstraat –Vuurbaakstraat – Strandweg.
- Tram 17 (direction Statenkwartier) Hollands Spoor – Central Station – Gemeente Museum/Museon – Frederik Hendriklaan – Van Boetzelaerlaan (nearby Scheveningen harbour).
Going by bus to Scheveningen (from Central Station or Hollands Spoor)
Bus 22 (direction Scheveningen Noorderstrand) Centraal Station -Centre – Madurodam – Kurhaus – Zwarte Pad