The Hague is one of the greenest, most compact and international cities in the world. It has a great transport and knowledge infrastructure as well as excellent services. Yet, surrounded by dunes, fields and the sea, it still retains that intimate small town feel and you can get around the city very quickly.
The Hague is known across the globe as the city of peace and justice, where tens of thousands of talented people are working on innovations towards building a better, safer and more just society. It is also home to entities working in energy & renewables, cyber security, legal & finance, IT & tech, impact economy, social entrepreneurship and humanitarian affairs. They are the basis of our extensive and unique knowledge infrastructure.
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Accessibility of The Hague
From the airport to The Hague in 45 minutes. The Hague is highly accessible by air, train and road.
Facts & Figures of The Hague
All of The Hague’s most important facts & figures for you compiled.
After your meeting in The Hague
Visit the ‘Girl with a pearl earring’ in the Mauritshuis and enjoy fresh seafood at the beach.
Hidden Secrets of The Hague
Have a look at a few of The Hague’s non-traditional, outside the box venues.
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Venues in The Hague
World Forum The Hague
World Forum is a full service international convention centre located in The Hague.
When staying at the Paleis (Palace) Hotel in the centre of The Hague you can literally call yourself the King’s neighbour.
Landgoed Te Werve
Situated on a 6-acre-large estate, the Te Werve Mansion dates back many centuries.
Ride & dine through the streets of The Hague.
Lijm & Cultuur
Built in 1885, the Glue and Gelatine Factory at one time offered jobs to some 1,000 people and was a major exponent of the industrial revolution in Delft.
The ‘girl house’ is a former girl orphanage and was built in 1769. It breathes history in the middle of Delft’s city centre.