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Welcome to The Hague

Explore The Hague

The Hague, or Den Haag to give it its Dutch name, is one of The Netherlands’ best cities for tourists and a real pleasure to explore. The Hague has much more to see than it first seems, including many museums and a royal palace. The city also has its own popular seaside district called Scheveningen.

About The Hague

The International Court of Justice and International Criminal Court place the city on the world stage. * It is also the seat of the Dutch national government despite it not being the capital. * There are twice as many bikes as there are cars in The Hague!

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Where to Stay

Wassenaar is known as the 'Beverley Hills of The Hague' and is home to many elegant apartments

Walking around the The Hague’s city centre is a pleasure in itself and you’ll find yourself stopping to admire the beautiful buildings on every street corner. The centre is surprisingly peaceful and is well worth staying in. Perhaps the best neighbourhood in the centre is the Archipelbuurt near the Willemspark. It’s characterised by beautiful 19th-century houses and broad streets. Many embassies are located in this area. For those wishing to stay in the leafy suburbs, Wassenaar is the perfect place. Known as the ‘Beverly Hills of The Netherlands’, this neighbourhood is home to many gated villas and elegant apartments. For buzzing nightlife mixed with seaside charm, Scheveningen is a great choice. It is easy to reach from the city centre and a number of tram lines offer speedy connections.

Things to Do

The Hague is a model Dutch City and provides lots of insights into the country's development

The Hague is home to some of the world’s most important organisations which give the city an exciting and vibrant feel. For those interested in how such a city has come to fruition, the Madurodam in Van Stolkpark is worth seeing. It’s a model city that charts the development of The Netherlands and explains how a typical Dutch city has developed and evolved over the centuries. On the subject of parks, a wander through the Japanese Garden and Westbroekpark is recommended to those seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of city life. Away from the centre to the north on Carnegieplein is The Hague’s famous Peace Palace. The Peace Palace is a government building and is described as a ‘worldwide icon of peace and justice’. You can book a tour of the Peace Palace online which costs just €8. It’s highly recommended as the lavish interior and beautifully designed rooms are well worth seeing.

Eating and Drinking

The Hague has plenty of excellent eating and drinking establishments

With its multicultural population and thriving economy, The Hague offers excellent eating and drinking options. The Grote Markt, The Hague’s central square, is lined with restaurants and bars. Two of the best are located next to each other and are called Zeta and Zwarte Ruiter. It’s a hard to decision to choose between them! Indonesian cuisine is hugely popular in The Netherlands and throughout The Hague there is everything from street food stalls and snack bars to more upmarket restaurants. The Hague also has a vibrant bar scene and you’ll find everything from Tiki bars to authentic Dutch ‘brown’ cafes. The trendy ‘Plein’ area in the city centre offers a number of clubs such as Millers and Cloos. The beach district of Scheveningen is home to many beach bars and clubs that are hugely popular during summer.

Getting Around

The Hague has a wonderful tram system that makes navigating the city easy

Getting around The Hague, like most Dutch cities is relatively painless due to the lack of hills! The Hague has a good tram system that is useful for crossing the city quickly. Den Haag Centraal is the main train station and is just a few minutes’ walk away from the city centre and provides connections to Schiphol Airport and Utrecht in 30 minutes, and Amsterdam in 45 minutes. Of course the best way get around The Hague is to hire a ‘fiets’ (bike) and see the city from a Dutchman’s perspective! The Hague - like all other Dutch cities - is perfect for cycling around in. Every city in the Randstad (the name for conurbation which includes four major cities) is well connected with each other. The Hague is easily accessible from Amsterdam and there are several trains an hour connecting the two cities. The journey takes approximately 40 minutes.

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10 Excellent
July 2018
ATTIC near city center, close to beach

Great location, sufficient comfort, very friendly host

10 Excellent
May 2018
Bright Cozy Apartment Central near Sea

Gino and his girlfriend Ciska are very nice hosts and the communication was also very easy and uncomplicated. We felt like at home!! The apartment is really beautiful, comfortable and clean. We would recommend this apartment to everyone....

8 Very good
May 2018
Cozy Rooms by the Sea

Marina is a very friendly host. The rooms are very clean.

10 Excellent
May 2018

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