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Trips to The Hague
This proud Dutch city, whose official name is' s-Gravenhage, is better known as Den Haag (The Hague). In addition to being the capital of the province of Zuid-Holland, the International Court of The Hague and the Dutch Parliament are also based there. The modern touch of this historic city is provided by its contemporary architecture and its offer of boutiques, exotic restaurants and futuristic nightclubs.
In addition, the city has a good network of trams and buses with which it will be very easy to move without needing a car. An ideal place to make a first stop is the miniature park Madurodam, because it allows to know many of the main buildings and inventions of the country.
If you want to enjoy The Hague from a bird's-eye view, you can go up in the panoramic glass elevator of the Haagse Toren skyscraper to the top floor, the 41, where a perfect restaurant for a drink is waiting for you, although you can also do it in the bars what's around the Full and the Grote Markt, the two central squares of the city.
Look up to the historic tower of the Binnenhof from the center of The Hague, workplace of the Dutch Prime Minister. The courtyard of this palatial complex is public access and guided tours are offered by its dependencies. Walk before the buildings that mark the historic tree-lined avenue called Lange Voorhout, that once were palaces and mansions.
Nor should you miss the opportunity to see the masterpieces of two world-renowned Dutch painters: The girl of the pearl, by Vermeer, and Victory Boogie Woogie, from Mondriaan. The Vermeer is just one of the works of the great Dutch masters that can be admired in the historic gallery Mauritshuis. To see the Mondriaan and other famous works of European contemporary art, visit the impressive Gemeentemuseum.
If it's sunny, do like the haymen and go to the parks or the beach. The extensive rose garden Westbroekpark and the Japanese garden of Park Clingendael They are magnificent spaces to approach the botany. Another fantastic place to stroll is the beach of Scheveningen, where you can watch the sunset and go partying after sunset.
To get to The Hague, you can fly to Rotterdam The Hague Airport and take a train or a shuttle bus from there to the center. There is also the possibility of doing it by train through the international rail network and the Netherlands.
How to get to The Hague
These are the train stations:
- The Hague central train station (to 0,8 km from the center)
- The Hague Hs train station (1,1 km from the center)
What to see around The Hague
- Amusement park Drievliet
- Sea Life Scheveningen Zoo
- Uithof Sports Park
To know the cultural panorama of the area, visit places like:
- Escher Museum
- Panorama Mesdag
- Gallery of Prince William V
- Gevangenpoort Museum
If you are one of those who lose their minds for natural tourism, you should take the opportunity to visit these interesting places:
- Palace Gardens
- Haagse Bos
- Scheveningen Beach
These are some of the best areas where you can get the best memories of the trip:
- De Passage shopping center
- The Hague Market
These are some of the most visited places in the area:
- Noordeinde Palace
- Palace of Peace
- Scheveningen Pier
When to travel to The Hague
Average temperature per station
- From January to March: 10 ° C per day, 1 ° C per night
- From April to June: 20 ° C per day, 3 ° C per night
- From July to September: 21 ° C per day, 9 ° C per night
- From October to December: 16 ° C per day, 2 ° C at night
Where to sleep in The Hague
On the websites, you can choose between nothing more and nothing less than 104 apartments and other types of accommodation that satisfy all tastes and budgets, from magnificent luxury hotels to hostels and cheaper options.
Among the most luxurious hotels in The Hague, are Hotel Des Indes, Luxury Collection Hotel, The Hague, located in Lange Voorhout 54-56, and Huis ter Plaetse, in Plaats 19B, as they fascinate the most demanding travelers. If you prefer something of a different type, you may be more interested in Delta Hotel or Hotel 't Witte Huys.