Whether you prefer royal highlights or the rich architecture of The Hague, the city has a lot to offer.
PleinWith a statue of Willem van Oranje in the middle of the Plein (Square) in The Hague, it's more than a location that can be bought on the board game Monopoly (the Dutch version). Surrounded by the stately building of the De Witte society (named [...] Continue reading about Plein.
ZuiderparkThe Zuiderpark (Southern Park) is where you first of all are able to make a special trip past all the statues placed throughout it. Reason for the many statues was on the one hand because there was no more space in The Hague itself and [...] Continue reading about Zuiderpark.
The Hague being a city with a history that goes back to 1230 and the region being populated since 3000 before Christ, definitely has plenty to offer in when it comes to historical findings. These and more you can find in the many museums in The Hague during your day trip.
MauritshuisA must see during your day out in The Hague is the Mauritshuis (House of Maurits). This museum is where you encounter Dutch masters like Rembrandt and Vermeer and the building itself has existed already since the 17th century and has recently gone through a [...] Continue reading about Mauritshuis.
While Scheveningen is not separate municipality, you can ask any local, they definitely don’t feel like inhabitants of The Hague. That’s why we’ve put together a separate list of must-visits in Scheveningen during your visit to The Hague.
Scheveningen BeachFor the Dutch it's a well known destination in the summer time, Scheveningen Beach! Not only is it a nice place for sunbathing or catching some fresh air, but how about horse riding, surfing, fishing and of course finding colorful shells. Done with the beach? [...] Continue reading about Scheveningen Beach.