Activities in The Hague
Den HaagThe Netherlands is a country full of surprises. This is not only true in the case of regularly missed or unexpected qualification for World Cup and European Championships. The Dutch cities themselves also hold plenty of surprises. The Hague is something of an insider tip for city travellers who like it much quieter than in the lively Amsterdam. At its core, the parliament city has retained its peculiar charm and exudes in its picturesque streets amidst colourful facades, cosy cafes, idyllic canals and typical Dutch brick architecture; the cosy flair of a small town. At the same time, The Hague offers a cultural program to distract you from the calorie content of the seductively fragrant Frikandel that you find on every corner of The Hague. Whether visiting the famous Peace Palace, a trip to interesting art museums such as the Bauritshuis or a travel to the roots of Dutch democracy in the historical Parliament building, you can’t dive deeper into the culture and history of the Netherlands than here. There are also benefits of being by the sea, including a dreamy beach right on your doorstep equipped with a pier facility. An aspect that brings the flair of the world-famous Santa Monica pier to the North Sea.