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Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie
2511 EX The Hague
Telephone: (070) 370 79 11
Fax: (070) 370 79 00
2500 EH Den Haag
By public transport
From railway station Den Haag Centraal, you can walk to the ministry in five minutes. Simply follow the pedestrian route in the direction of the centrum (city centre). To your right you will see the stadhuis (City Hall, white building), to your left is the Ministry of Security and Justice. You can also take the tram or bus into the city centre.
Buses 18, 22 and 24 stop at the back of the Ministry (Nieuwe Haven bus stop). If you take tram 2 or 6, or Randstadrail 3 or 4, get off at the Spui stop (the first stop in the tram tunnel from The Hague Central Station). If you take tram 9 or 15, get off at the Kalvermarkt-Stadhuis stop. In both cases, walk through or past the Stadhuis (City Hall) to the Ministry.
From railway station Hollands Spoor, you can take tram 1, 9, 10, 15 or 16 in the direction of the centrum (city centre). Get off at the Spui-Stadhuis stop. Cross the street in the direction of the Dr Anton Philipszaal and walk to the Ministry in three minutes.
Take the A12 motorway into The Hague (Den Haag Centrum). Enter The Hague via the Utrechtse Baan (A12). Take the Centrum exit (exit 2). At the traffic lights, take a left over the viaduct. To your left you will see a green building called Terminal. In Terminal Noord you will find the Custodial Institutions Agency (or Dienst Justitiële Inrichtingen). From here, follow the signs to Parking Spui/Turfmarkt. Via a tunnel you will reach the parking garage under the Ministry.
Note: due to road works in The Hague city centre, traffic is sometimes diverted.