How to find us

How to find usEurojust’s premises are located in the heart of the International Zone in The Hague, the Netherlands.

Please consult the following tabs for information about the visiting, delivery and postal addresses, as well as instructions on how to find us when travelling by public transportation or car.


Visiting address

Johan de Wittlaan 9
2517 JR The Hague

Please note: this is the main entrance. No deliveries can be made at this address.

Delivery address

For all deliveries, please use the delivery entrance on Jan Willem Frisolaan. When facing the main entrance of the building on Johan de Wittlaan, the delivery entrance is located on the left side of the building. To get there, take Johan de Wittlaan and turn right at the second traffic light onto Scheveningseweg. After 200 metres, turn right onto Adriaan Goekooplaan. From here, take the first street on the right onto Verlengde Tolweg. Proceed onto Jan Willem Frisolaan. At the end of the street, on the left side, you will see Eurojust’s delivery entrance.

Postal address

P.O. Box 16183
2500 BD The Hague

Travelling by public transportation

When planning your trip to Eurojust’s premises by public transportation, please consult for the fastest route and information about fares. Payment options include the OV-chipkaart as well as checking in and out with your contactless debit card, credit card or mobile phone (OVpay).


Two airports are located in proximity to Eurojust’s premises: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) and Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTM). From Schiphol, you can take a train to The Hague Central Station (CS) or The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS). Please consult this site for more information on travel options from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

From Rotterdam The Hague Airport, you can take a taxi or a bus to Rotterdam Central Station before taking a connecting train to The Hague, or take a bus to the metro, which will take you to The Hague Central Station. Please find here more information on the public transport options from Rotterdam The Hague Airport.

Trains to The Hague

The Hague has two major train stations: The Hague Central Station (CS) and The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS). Trains leave at least once every 30 minutes for both stations from Amsterdam Central Station, Schiphol Airport, Utrecht Central Station and Rotterdam Central Station.

At the station, you can purchase train tickets at ticket machines and at Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS) selling points. It is also possible to buy tickets online. Please consult the NS website for the latest train schedules, travel times and ticket prices.

Trams and buses in The Hague

From The Hague Central Station (CS), take tram 17 in the direction of Statenkwartier to the Kunstmuseum stop. Alternatively, take bus 24 from CS Busplatform in the direction of Kijkduin to the Kunstmuseum stop. It will take you ten minutes to walk to the Eurojust building from this stop.

From The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS), take tram 1 in the direction of Scheveningen Noord to the World Forum stop. From there, it is a five-minute walk to the Eurojust building.

For the latest information on tram and bus routes as well as departure times, please visit the website of The Hague public transportation, HTM.

Travelling by car

Please consult your GPS or any route planner available for the fastest and most accurate route to Eurojust’s premises. Use the visiting address (Johan de Wittlaan 9, 2517 JR The Hague) as your final destination.

Eurojust provides parking for visitors, but this service must be prearranged. When facing the main entrance of the building on Johan de Wittlaan, the garage entrance is located on the right side of the building on Willem Lodewijklaan. For delivieries, please use the delivery entrance described under the tab ‘Delivery address’.