Destination The HagueDestination The Hague

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The Hague is a city which not only houses the Royal family on occasions, but also is the home of the Dutch parliament. The rich cultural heritage of this beautiful city provides visitors with many things to see.

Koninklijke Schouwburg (Royal Theater)

Being considered the most important podium in The Netherlands for international performances, the Koninklijke Schouwburg (Royal Theater) is a popular cultural sight for tourists as well as Dutch admirers of theater.
Address: Korte Voorhout 3.

Parliament Building

Visit the parliament building with its typical Hofvijver (Court garden pond) and walk around in the Binnenhof (courtyard). This impressive architectural feat and its many exhibits are among the main attractions of The Hague. The parliament building is in the lively center with its many bars and restaurants.
Address: Lange Poten 4 (visitors’ entrance).

Paleis Noordeinde (Noordeinde Palace)

The Noordeinde Palace has been the Queen’s place of work since 1984. The Palace consists of different sections, the oldest of which dates back to 1533. It has been the home of great historical leaders such as King Willem I, Queen Emma and Princess Wilhelmina.
Address: Noordeinde 64.

Project 2.0

In 2008 Coen van den Oever opened Project 2.0, an art gallery which leads visitors onto new paths in their search in the world of art. The exhibits show many timeless, high quality works.
Address: Noordeinde 57.

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