The Hague (Den Haag), Netherlands

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Overview

The Hague is a city on the North Sea coast of the western Netherlands.┬áThe city boasts many monuments and trendy hotels and serves as a political center. The government of Holland is located in the historic Gothic-style Binnenhof complex, and the King’s office is in the 16th-century Noordeinde Palace. The city is also home to the U.N.’s International Court of Justice. In addition, you can visit captivating art museums and enjoy high-end shopping. A short ride will get you from the city center to Scheveningen and Kijkduin, where you can enjoy a great beach.

Country

Netherlands

Accessibility Level

Accessibility Level – Medium

Approx. Duration

Full-day Tour, Overnight Tour

Min. Price

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Things To Do

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General Info

Address

The Hague, Netherlands

Estimated Duration

Half to Full day

Spoken Languages

Dutch (official language), Frisian is spoken in the northern province of Friesland. English, German and French are widely spoken.

Electricity

230 volts AC, 50Hz. Plugs with two round pins are standard

Local Currency

Euro

Recommended Age Groups

Babies, Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors

Price

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Reasons to visit The Hague (Den Haag), Netherlands

The Hague is a perfect city to walk around and explore its beauty, architecture, people and observe the culture. In some parks in the city center, you’ll see many ducks (and people come to feed them) and dears. Dears and ducks in The Hague, Netherland


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Things To Do

beach and boardwalk

Go to the beach in Scheveningen

Scheveningen in The Hague offers a superb, must-visit beach. Along the coast, you’ll find several attractions (listed below), many bars, restaurants, and cafes.

Visitors enjoy the dunes, the waves, and the boardwalk. Join them and go for a swim when the weather allows it.

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