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Best things to do in The Hague

Art Museum
“Next to the Parliament sits one of the most beautiful museums of the Netherlands, the Mauritshuis. It is pretty small but contains famous paintings from Johannes Vermeer and Rembrandt”
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Art Museum
“Arguably the most beautiful museum in The Netherlands after the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam”
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Theme Park
“(Located in the Hague) - mini world with main Dutch places. Very nice half day activity.”
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Courthouse
“This beautiful building is the symbol of the city of peace and justice that The Hague is. The International Court of Justice is housed here and resolves International conflicts. Also the neighbourhood is a very nice area to walk around”
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Art Museum
“Escher was a mathematician and painter at the same time. The museum is fascinating as it combines art with mathematical figures. The street, Lange Voorhout, where the museum is situated is beautiful too. ”
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Art Museum
“This small museum contains an enormous Panorama of Scheveningen, the beach of The Hague around the 1870s. The panorama has a cilinder form and is 120 meters wide and 12 tall. Even for those not very much into art this is an impressive experience ”
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Government Building
“The Hague is one of the most special cities in the Netherlands. The city has many beautiful monuments, historic neighborhoods, is located near the most popular resort of Scheveningen and is a wonderful shopping city. In addition to the many sights, The Hague has a large range of restaurants with many restaurants, cafés and terraces for a nice snack and drink! Cafe Momfer de Mol This unique, cozy café has conquered a nice place in the top 100 of Dutch cafés. It is village-like and cozy, for a wide audience, and you can also have a great bite to eat in addition to drinking. Address: Oude Molstraat 19 Havana Havana is a Cuban-style dance café with tasty cocktails, great food and of course swinging music. Havana also has a good terrace, ideal for the summer days. Address: Buitenhof 19 The Black Rider The city café of The Hague. Many legendary bands from The Hague have started performing on the stage where people now eat and drink. This café is for rock and live music lovers. Address: Grote Markt 27 The Haagsche Kluis Today a cozy cafe in beautiful art deco style, but before the war a well-known securities house. You are therefore drinking in the room that used to be the safe ... safe idea right? Address: Plein 20 The Hague Bluf This beautiful grand café has a beautiful roof terrace where you can sit in the sun. Ideal for a cup of coffee, a drink or a delicious meal. Address: Haagse Bluf 3”
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Casino
“Food scenerie and activities like bungee jumping and a zipline over the sea to the boulevard.”
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Beach
“If you like beach and bicycling, walking and having fun near the sea this is a must. Only a few miles from the garden villa”
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Route
“Multiple bars, all great. Also dancing, music and enough places with good food.”
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Park
“This is an absolutely beautiful place to navigate through - only accessible by bike. Soak up the typical Dutch dune landscape.”
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Route
“Plein is a very good place to catch a drink on the terras during the day. Nice end of the afternoon as well with the last sun hours. Very nice as well in the evening to grap a bite of drinks.”
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Shopping Mall
“Nice and famous street of The Hague to shop, have lunch or to do your groceries.”
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Sublocality Level 2
“Ar the beach. At a suny day you can take tram no.1 . Driect from Delft Train Station to the beach in 45 minutes. ”
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Park
“close to the beach but still quiet. you can rent a boat for an hour and just enjoy yourself”
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Palace
“The Hague has been the residence of the Royal Family for centuries. The Hague is a royal city with a high feel-good factor. After all, you might spontaneously encounter members of the Royal Family on the street or in one of 'their' stores. You'll also stumble upon the House of Orange; the many historical monuments, the presence of residential and working palaces, royal thoroughfares and horse-drawn coaches. For more information https://denhaag.com/en/royal”
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