Discover The Hague
Following a successful EuroBrake in 2017, located in the historic city of Dresden, we bid ‘auf Wiedersehen’ to Germany and move to The Hague, Netherlands in 2018.
The Hague is a city on the North Sea coast of the western Netherlands, with a long political and regal history. As the third largest city in the Netherlands with a population of more than 500,000 residents, The Hague is home to the Dutch government and Royal Family.
Points of interest include the Binnenhof, a stunning building, housing the meeting place of both houses of the States General of the Netherlands, as well as the Ministry of General Affairs and the office of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands. Most foreign embassies in the Netherlands and 150 international organisations are located in the city, as well as the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court.
In addition to its political base, The Hague is also a royal city - King Willem-Alexander uses the Noordeinde Palace as his ‘working palace’. You may also stumble upon the House of Orange, the many historical monuments, the presence of residential and working palaces, royal thoroughfares and horse-drawn coaches.
The Hague has a rich, cultural history - a city with its own character and large diversity of architecture styles from the 12th century till now. Be inspired by its collection of 45 museums and wonderful exhibits in the many galleries. Discover the largest painting in the Netherlands; Panorama Mesdag. Admire the exquisite works of Rembrandt, Vermeer and Mondrian at the Mauritshuis and Gemeentemuseum.
Like no other city in the Netherlands, The Hague offers a unique combination of city life and beach life. The city's two seaside resorts - Scheveningen and Kijkduin - both boast wide sandy beaches that attract locals and tourists alike.
The Hague is only a short train ride away from one of Europe’s top airports – Amsterdam Schiphol. The city is easily accessible from anywhere in the world and it has an incredibly efficient and sustainable event infrastructure. The city also provides a variety of hotels and accommodation ranging from luxury to affordable, from historic to modern. This truly reflects the diversity, sophistication, vibrancy, and uniqueness of The Hague.
The Hague offers a rich diversity of culinary delicacies from every corner of the globe, as reflected in the many different restaurants, ranging from inviting eateries to Michelin-star restaurants. There really is something for everyone.