Named the best beach restaurant in the Netherlands, there's a nice selection of sandwiches, salads and pastas made with organic ingredients. Read more.
The center of politics in NL, but nonetheless an open area for everyone. If lucky you'll see the MP on his bike. Take a one-hour tour from the visitors centre to admire the fairytale-like splendour Read more.
One of the most beautiful spots for the summer. Chilly persons pay attention: due to the south facing secluded setting, the temperature is often several degrees higher than the rest of town! Read more.
One of The Hague's most charming streets with a great variety of places to eat and drink as well as any number of individual shops. The narrow Maliestraat leads to a characteristic canalside scene. Read more.
This Italian family have been making fab Italian coffees and gelatos for generations here. And reasonably priced too! Read more.
A truly amazing experience: lying in the "Celestial Vault", a big artificial crater in the dunes of Kijkduin. Immerse yourself in this work of art and gaze at the sky like you've never done before. Read more.
Already a very fairytale-like place on a normal day, when frozen the Hofvijver is one of the most romantic places in NL to ice skate. Don't forget to wave to the prime minister in his Little Tower. :) Read more.
One of the foremost international, interdisciplinary literature and music festivals in Europe: Crossing Border. This great festival always takes places in November. Buy your tickets early! Read more.
A remarkable meeting place for artists from all over the world. Not only holding the reputation of most adventurous venue in the old city center, but also renowned for its dance & music performances. Read more.
Probably one of the most beautiful lanes in Europe. Walking along the tree-lined avenue, whether in summer or winter, feels like strolling through a glorious past. Lovely antique market twice a week. Read more.
The Lucent Danstheater is home to the Nederlands Dans Theater, one of the world's most prominent and innovative contemporary dance companies, performing a challenging repertoire of modern masterworks. Read more.
Visiting The Netherlands, this is a must do if you are with kids. A miniature display of our country with al the tourist highlights. Get ideas to see some of them in real. Read more.
Like a pearl in the sand, Sculptures by the Sea lies concealed in the dunes of Scheveningen. From the intimacy of the museum one has a surprising view of sea and clouds: a silent sensation. Read more.
Awesome quiet prvate garden at the back of Nooreinde Palace, the Queen's official work residence. Read more.
This magical, monumental painting of astonishing charm and beauty is the oldest panorama still on its original site. Immerse yourself in its cylindrical view of 19th-century Scheveningen. Read more.
The only remaining example in Holland in this type of covered shopping streets, popular in major European and American cities in the second half of the 19th century. Check out the huge Apple Store! Read more.
Bread and cakes of extraordinary taste and quality - people queue up sometimes for several meters onto the street... his products are worth it! Read more.
Definitely one of The Hague’s most enjoyable shopping streets, located in the atmospheric Hofkwartier. The Prinsestraat offers a variety of excellent restaurants, unique boutiques and specialty shops. Read more.
Jazz on the beach! The relaxed beach-side setting with a sunny terrace is the ideal venue to sample some excellent live music, with different artists playing every Sunday during the summer months. Read more.
One of the world’s most famous buildings and home to a number of international judicial institutions, including the International Court of Justice. Accessible through guided tours but book in advance! Read more.