Zuiderpark The Hague
Zuiderpark in The Hague is our new Pal Mundo festival location and will add another dimension to our event. Zuiderpark is a large city park in the middle of The Hague. It’s where nature meets the Latin world. For a period of two days we will convert the park into the world of Pal Mundo, blending elements from all around the globe into one big party.
Zuiderpark as a location, matches perfectly with the biggest Latin Caribbean Festival of Europe with a contemporary line-up consisting of the world’s biggest Latin and Caribbean artists. Pal Mundo Festival 2022 will be an incredible weekender with 50.000 people from all over Europe enjoying a journey through music, dance and gastronomy.
We strongly encourage fans to take public transport, as this is the most direct and efficient way of getting to and from the festival. If you do decide to travel to the festival on your own, please follow the directions below.
Please rideshare if possible. This will minimize the number of vehicles and reduce travel time for everyone.
Venue address: 2533 SP, Den Haag/The Hague, The Netherlands
- How to get to the festivalsite
Driving instructions from Downtown Amsterdam:
Take the A4 and follow the signs for Den Haag/Luchthaven Schiphol/Haarlem. Then take exit 11 in the direction of Rijswijk and merge onto Pr. Beatrixlaan/S106. Keep driving straight until you see the park appear on your right. Follow the Pal Mundo signs and directions from staff at all times.
Coming from somewhere else? You can plan your routes in The Netherlands via Google Maps
The Hague has two major train stations Centraal Station and Holland Spoor. If you arrive at one of these stations you can take tram 9 in the direction of Vrederust and stop at Melis Stokelaan.
From Holland Spoor another option is to take bus 26 in the direction of Kijkduin and stop at Melis Stokelaan.
From the directions: Rotterdam, Delft, Rijswijk another option is to take the sprinter train to Station Moerwijk. From there it is a 10 minute walk to the festival terrain.
You can plan your routes in The Netherlands here: www.ov9292.nl