The Hague is the political capital of the Netherlands, a city with a royal character and many purveyors to the royal household. There are many stately places of interest to visit, such as the palaces, the Binnenhof where parliament sits, and the royal house where Queen Beatrix lives. The oldest part of the city, the area around the Binnenhof, is where the main historical buildings of The Hague are located. The city has many foreign embassies, situated in the stately streets of the city. The Hague is a great place for everyone to visit for one or more days. The Hague has many museums, parks and nature areas. A beautiful and fascinating city, where there is much to admire.
Here you will find information about The Hague:
- How to reach the city
- What about parking
- Important addresses and telephone numbers
you can prepare your journey with the directions on this page.
|3 December||11:00-17:00||Den Haag||Ex: Works by Escher in het paleis||Escher in het paleis|
|3 December||tot 21:00||Den Haag||Shoppingnight||centrum|
|3 December||10.30||Den Haag||Free walking tour||Mauritiushuis|
|3 December||11:00-17:00||Den Haag||Fixed Collection||Museum Bredius|
|3 December||11.00-17.00||Den Haag||National Monument Oranjehotel||Oranje hotel|
|3 December||11:00-17:00||Den Haag||Ex: prof. Dr. Rudolph Pabus Cleveringa||nat. Oranje Hotel|
|3 December||10:00-17:00||Den Haag||The Hague Antiques and Book Market||Plein Den Haag|
|4 December||09:00-17:00||Den Haag||The Hague market||Herman Costerstraat|
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