The Hague Travel Guide
The Hague is the best example of a cosmopolitan city that you’ll truly fall in love with. The Hague combines city life with tranquil serenity.
The Hague has a choice of attractions for young and old, a lively atmosphere, vast green parks, shops, restaurants, historic buildings and museums. It’s a metropolitan city with a popular beach, blending old & new, and embracing contemporary design with historic classic architecture.
Having sailed overnight on the ferry to Holland, it is certainly worth visiting the country's most famous seaside resort - Scheveningen, adjacent to The Hague which is only a 50 minute drive from the capital, Amsterdam.
Along with its wide sandy beaches, it boasts a long promenade with shops, amusements and restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. An array of themed restaurants are built on the sands in the summer months.
Things to do and see in The Hague, Holland
Madurodam Miniature City
See the country you've sailed to in minute detail - Holland rebuilt at a scale of 1:25.
Parliament Buildings & Knight’s Hall
The centre of political life in The Netherlands.
Vitalzee Spa Baths
Saunas, baths, sunbeds and health and beauty treatments.
The Hague Collection
A diverse collection of paintings including works of famous artists such as Rembrandt and Frans Hals, enjoyed by many visitors on a short break to Holland.
The greatest popular scientific museum in The Netherlands.
A vast collection of sea animals from around the world.
Enjoy the stylish setting and court Lady Luck. Live entertainment four times a week.