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The city The Hague/ Den Haag

The Hague is the city for everyone. The city center has its own story and history. Visit the many sights the city has to offer. The city is easily accessible from the hotel by car or public transport. You walk 10 minutes to Ypenburg or Nootdorp station where you have a direct connection to the center.

We have listed a number of popular highlights especially for you:

Stadium ADO Den Haag
The well-known football club ADO Den Haag has been playing in the Eredivisie for years. At the weekend you can enjoy the Hague atmosphere in the stadium and enjoy an exciting football match. Are you curious about the program? Click here.

For a day out with the family, Madurodam is highly recommended, a city full of miniatures. Learn more about the history of the Netherlands and see the biggest sights in the world in miniature. For more information click here.

The Omniversum is a large screen movie theater. The dome screen on which the films are projected is the size of half a football field! Experience the ultimate movie experience and fully immerse yourself in the movie. It seems like you are part of the story. For more information click here.

History of The Hague
Musea in The Hague

Musea in The Hague

The city of The Hague has numerous museums that are definitely worth a visit. Learn more about the history of the city or experience the modern art from The Hague.

The Hague has special places where artists have worked. At first, these works do not stand out, but when you look more closely at the city, the colorful murals can be found in the most special places.

Politics of The Hague

Politics of The Hague

The Hague is the political city of the Netherlands with the Binnenhof where the Torentje of the Prime Minister is located. The style of the Binnenhof gives a warm atmosphere and takes you back to the past through the old building style. When you visit the Binnenhof, you can take various guided tours through the Ridderzaal and the House of Representatives.

The Council of Ministers meets once a week on Friday in the Binnenhof. You may be lucky and see the Ministers leave the court.