The Hague

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The Hague

Some destinations should be cherished forever and The Hague is one of them. International city of peace and justice; new styles and old masters; beach resorts and royal palaces; exotic cuisine and fishing port; chain stores and luxury boutiques; political capital and residence of the King and Queen. Discover why The Hague is worth visiting all year round.

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Some destinations should be cherished forever and The Hague is one of them. International city of peace and justice; new styles and old masters; beach resorts and royal palaces; exotic cuisine and fishing port; chain stores and luxury boutiques; political capital and residence of the King and Queen. Discover why The Hague is worth visiting all year round.

    Royal city beside the sea

    As the seat of government and current residence of the royal family, the city exudes an aura of grandeur thanks to its rich history and international character. Wide avenues, plentiful parks, palaces and squares combined with a lively culture of food and drink. The Hague offers visitors the best of both worlds: modern city life in a historical setting and beach pleasure just a stone's throw away.

    Art and culture

    The Hague offers an outstanding selection of museums, theatres and festivals. With the Mauritshuis, The Hague Municipal Museum and Escher in the Palace, to name but a few, the city boasts over six centuries of art. Various festivals also take place in May, June and September, including Festival Classique, Flag Day and the Scheveningen International Fireworks Festival.

    Accessibility

    With Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport less than 45 minutes away, the city has two modern, international airports within close proximity. Over 30 bus and tram lines, two international railway stations and special packages to guarantee easy accessibility by bus, make The Hague easily accessible for groups.

    The Hague Marketing

    The Hague Marketing is the umbrella marketing and promotion organization for the city of The Hague, including its two seaside resorts Scheveningen and Kijkduin. The Travel Trade department collaborates with its Hague partners to serve the B2B travel industry. The following list indicates a number of our free activities and services:

    • Maintaining contacts with both tour operators and Hague partners.
    • Providing promotion materials and an up-to-date website featuring tourist information for the B2B travel industry for groups.
    • Inviting tour operators for FAM trips and developing sample programmes in/through the city.
    • Presence at international trade fairs (ITB, WTM, BeNeLux Roadshow

    For further information visit the Travel Trade department at www.thehaguetraveltrade.com.

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    Grote Marktstraat 43c
    2511BH Den Haag