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    Featuring some of the very best Dutch paintings, many of which date back to the 17th century, this museum is home to masterpieces such as Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring and Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp.

    Peace Palace

    Peace Palace (Vredespaleis)

    The Hague’s most photographed building is home to the UN’s Permanent Court of Arbitration and International Court of Justice.

    Flights to The Hague

    The Hague is the seat of government of The Netherlands and the capital of the province of South Holland. However, the city is probably better known as the Legal Capital of the World, since The Hague is home to the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court.

    As a result, The Hague brilliantly combines its rich cultural heritage with worldly sophistication thanks to the international population living and working in the city. Lovers of history and culture will enjoy Het Binnenhof, the Peace Palace and the art collection at Het Mauritshuis which houses masterpieces such as Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring”. Prefer a more modern take on the city? Modern highlights of the city are the contemporary art museum Kunstmuseum, the city’s financial district Beatrixkwartier and the Haagse Toren, influenced by New York’s Flatiron Building.

    In partnership with the InterCity Brussels-Amsterdam, Brussels Airlines offers a daily connection to The Hague. More info >>

    What to do in The Hague?

    1. Het Binnenhof is a small square in the city lined with stunning buildings such as a former castle, today used as the Office of the Prime Minister of Netherlands. You can’t go inside unless you book a guided tour in advance. But even if you don’t, you won’t be disappointed because the Gothic buildings are wonderful in their own right and you will also enjoy just hanging out on the square.
    2. The Peace Palace, built in a Neo-Renaissance style, is the most photographed building in The Hague. It is well worth admiring and walking around the gardens where you can see 196 large and small stones from 196 countries representing the “World Peace Flame Path”. In addition to its stunning architecture, this Palace is an international law administrative building and houses the International Court of Justice. So if you want to learn more about European History, you’re in the right place.
    3. Het Mauritshuis houses the best Dutch paintings dating from the Golden Age. This art museum is well known thanks to famous paintings such as “The Girl with a Pearl Earring” or “Old woman and boy with candles”.
    4. The Kunstmuseum is one of the treasures of The Hague. From the outside, this modern art museum stuns with its architecture and once inside, you will be surprised a second time by its diverse art collection, from Monet to Mondriaan.
    5. Discover all the country’s highlights in one place by visiting the Madurodam theme park. Children and adults alike will delight at the miniature interactive displays of Dutch attractions.
    6. Go shopping in the Court District and its cosy streets. If you’re looking for typical Hague chic, head for Denneweg, a must for lovers of lifestyle and design. There is also a Chinatown if you want to discover Asian products.
    7. Panorama Mesdag is a 360° painting and has surprised more than one. Located in the museum bearing the same name, the panorama plays with optical illusions and will treat you to a great experience.

    Practical information for your trip to The Hague

    • Brussels Airlines offers you the possibility to travel between a selection of destinations and The Hague via Brussels Airport. With only one booking, you can combine your Brussels Airlines operated flight with a train journey on the InterCity Brussels-Amsterdam, taking you straight to the The Hague city centre.
    • Current local time in The Hague:  
    • Currency: Euro
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The country dialling code is +31. Wi-Fi is widely available.
    • Electric sockets: Type F, 230 V/50 Hz. Visitors from the UK or the US will need an adapter.
    • Travel information: The Netherlands is a full Schengen member. Non-EU citizens need a valid passport with at least 6 remaining valid months. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website
    • Vaccination: No vaccinations are required to enter the Netherlands. For more health information, consult

    Dos and Don’ts in The Hague

    • Free walking tours are available in the city. You can get an overview of the city thanks to a network of local volunteers. Remember to book it 1 or 2 weeks before your visit.
    • Bikes are part of Dutch culture. Cycling will allow you to avoid traffic and visit the city for less. The bike lanes in The Hague are great. Bike hire costs around 7.5 euros for a full day.

    Essential vocabulary

    • Good morning: Goedemorgen
    • Good evening: Goedenavond
    • Hello: Hallo
    • Bye: Daag/Doei
    • Please: Alstublieft
    • Thank you: Dank u wel
    • You’re welcome: Graag gedaan
    • Sorry/excuse me: Sorry
    • Yes: Ja
    • No: Nee
    • How are you?: Hoe gaat het met u?
    • My name is…: Ik heet …
    • Nice to meet you: Aangenaam (kennis te maken)
    • I would like…: Ik wil graag
    • Do you speak English: Spreekt u Engels ?
    • Where is the …?: Waar is de...?

    Cultural events in The Hague

    • Den Haag Outdoor Festival is a music festival with 5 stages. You can listen to national and international music such as techno/house, Deep House, Latin, Urban, Electric, Classics and Disco.
    • Wild Rooster Festival: Every year, The Grote Markt takes on a festive atmosphere where you can find the best barbecue food including extra-large burgers, beef ribs, ice-cold beer and music.
    • Jazz in the Canal Festival: There is no better place to hear Jazz than in the picturesque canals of the city. This event attracts all of The Hague’s hidden talents. The artists perform on the famous barges and pass by the canal quayside, making the event completely free.

    When to go to The Hague?

    The Hague is a great place to visit all year round. However, winters are cold with short daylight hours and may not be ideal for walking or cycling trips around the city. For warmer weather that’s great for exploring, The Hague city breaks during July or August are ideal, when average temperatures hover around 22 °C. To see the famous tulip fields, visit in the springtime.

    What to eat and drink in The Hague?

    • AVG’tje: This standard term for a Dutch dinner stands for Aardappel, Vlees, Groenten, or potato, meat and vegetables
    • Snert: Pea soup with sausage and vegetables
    • Hutspot: Potato, carrot and onion mash with meat
    • Stamppot: Potato mash and leftovers. It is often served with meat on the side.
    • Hachee: Meat, fish or poultry and vegetables, stewed with vinegar, cloves and laurel leaves.

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