The Hague is the center of the politics in Holland. Would you like to visit the place where the big decisions are made? Then The Hague has various options. Below is a list of interesting highlights:
The Binnenhof, the Ridderzaal, the Torentje of the Prime Minister and the Hofvijver in The Hague are among the most recognizable places in the Netherlands. Via the famous entrance gate on the historic Binnenhof you step right into the heart of our democracy. Over the centuries, the Binnenhof in The Hague has been the center of political life in the Netherlands. This is the place where the most important events in national history took place. But also where the future is made. For more information click here.
Noordeinde Palace is a royal palace in the Dutch city of The Hague, located at Noordeinde. It is the work palace of King Willem-Alexander. The complex is owned by the State of the Netherlands. Central government is responsible for the structural condition and layout.
Huis ten Bosch Palace
Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague is the residential palace of King Willem-Alexander and his family. It was built in the mid-seventeenth century as a summer residence by order of Prince Frederik Hendrik of Orange and his wife Amalia van Solms and converted into a palace in the first half of the eighteenth century by Prince William IV of Orange-Nassau. The Oranjezaal is famous for its many monumental paintings.