The Hague is a vibrant city, known for its cultural diversity. The many annual festivals, museums and theatres cater to all audiences. Watch a performance by the internationally acclaimed Nederlands Dans Theater, stand face to face with the ‘Girl with a pearl earring’ or enjoy a fresh seafood platter in the harbour. The options are endless.
- Admire works of Vermeer, Mondriaan and Escher
- Wine and (private) dine at one of the numerous restaurants
- Enjoy a cocktail and fantastic panorama views at the highest skybar of Holland or along the sea
- Go ahead and explore The Hague further during a group incentive
Museums and attractions
With over 45 museums and attractions your stay never really is long enough in The Hague. Find art from more than six centuries institutions with international reputation, like the Mauritshuis, The Hague Municipal Museum, Escher in the Palace and Panorama Mesdag. Or walk through the miniature city Madurodam: the bird's eye view of Holland's most famous features. Or take the fifteen-minute tram ride to Delft, the famous mediaeval town of tiles and pottery.
Wining & dining
The Hague counts over 500 restaurant and 350 bars & pubs. The city is famous for its Dutch-Indian cuisine, fresh seafood, but is also home to two Michelin Star restaurants. When privacy is a priority you can private dine at many restaurants. For an after-meeting-drink you can relax at one of the modern wine bars or at the sunny terraces in the city centre or along the beach.
If you want to do something special with your group, The Hague offers a variety of fun incentives. Explore the area of Scheveningen during a stroll at the beach or learn more about the fish auction at the port. Within the city centre you can participate in a courtyard walk that visit a few of the 100 hidden courtyards that The Hague has. With all the walking you could use a refresher. Come, experience and enjoy six special Dutch beers in a canal house and even do a masterclass!