Novotel Den Haag World Forum

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Johan de Wittlaan 42-44, (formerly Dorint), The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2517 JR, The Netherlands
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Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by rickd11

What is the must one thing to see.

Thanks, Rick

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by Pijlmans

What's the one thing you like most? Museums? Architecture? Hookers? Coffee shops?

You could do a canal boat tour, e.g. with www.lovers.com.

For another nice tour with a great feel see http://www.newamsterdamtours.com/. It's free but don't be shy with your tip...

Dennis

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by hawkhead

Yes, it depends..... if you are into art, then Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" plus other gems (paintings that is, not earrings) at the Mauritshuis.

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by penny_g

The Hague (den Haag or 's Gravenhage) is the political capital of the Netherlands. The royal palace is there and this is a must-see.

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by ATLC

I would say the 'Binnenhof' which is the seat of parliament and government. It's a lovely old square, completely surrounded by old government buildings. The Mauritshuis museum is just outside of the Binnenhof.

The Queen has her working palace nearby. 'Paleis Noordeinde' is even to Dutch standards 'merely' a very large but modest town house. Not much more.
I'd just do a nice walk around and the 'Lange Voorhout' which is a beautiful lane with trees. If you like a bit of grandeur, then have tea or a drink or lunch at 'Hotel des Indes' at Lange Voorhout.
Or do a lunch or dinner at the well known Indonesian restaurant Garuda.
All of the previous is within short walking distance, as are a few very nice shopping streets such as Denneweg.
All of the above are within short walking distance of each other and of the central train station.

If you like, and especially if you have children with you, a visit to Madurodam which shows all of the Netherlands in miniature. www.madurodam.nl

The Peace Palace (Vredespaleis) may be nice but a bit outside the center.

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by Pijlmans

I now see that is was a The Hague question!

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by pieter_jan_v

There are interesting cities to visit like The Hague/Delft/Scheveningen. Rotterdam/Schiedam/Kinderdijk, Breda and Antwerp.

PJ

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by ATLC

LOL @ Pijlmans

Re: Passing thru on our way from Amsterdam to Brugge.

by pieter_jan_v

... and have a look at: http://www.denhaag.nl/en.htm



PJ

Travel Tips for The Hague

World Cup final at "Brave Hendrik"

by bonio

In Holland for the World Cup final was a special experience. Brave Hendrik was just around the corner from the hotel we stopped in and unsurprisingly very busy when the game was on. Lively, friendly atmosphere and good fast service, this was an unforgettable night for us - such a shame about the result.
Sadly closed on the following evening when we revisited.

Strawl through the old centre,...

by Pavlik_NL

Strawl through the old centre, where the oldest democratic buildings of the world are to be seen. Only recently these buildings were changed to new settlement for our parlement. The 'Binnenhof' (innercourt) has a spectacular room, where still every year traditional opening of the governemental year is happening (always the third Tuesday of September, called the day of the little princes). The queen is driving through town in her Golden Carriage (yes, it's realy goldplated!) and with a proclamation in the beautiful 'Ridderzaal' (hall of knights) she tells the plans of the 'Staten Generaal' (the state) for the coming year.
The Ridderzaal can be visited in a tour. The bookingoffice is in the cellars of the building. The (stormy) wind and sound of the surf, when walking along the beach at Scheveningen.

Mauritshuis

by bugulma

Mauritshuis is situated just near of Binnenhof. The building was built in 1640. In the museum you can find the rich collection of Golden Age times painters. Very often exibitions from all over the world come to the museum. For example, over I was in the city the Italian paintings of XVIII century exhibition took place here.

Parkpop 2003

by Mique

What i like about Parkpop so much apart from the music is the relaxed ambience. No pushing and shoving. Everybody is just enjoying themselves. Some people dance, some people sunbathe... People bring their newborns along so you find all sorts of people, families, teenagers, twenty-something, 30+, over 40... anything and from all walks of life.

The next day a team of volunteers moves in to clean up the mess....apparantly for some people that is as much part of the fun as the festival itself

Chinese Party-Time

by RoyJava

The Hague is well-known for its multi-cultural people. You can imagine how happy my family was, when we moved to The Hague. Very happy ... because they could buy all kind of exotic articles, their herbs, vegetables, other food stuff at the Chinese and Indonesian shops (named toko). The Chinese people managed to keep their business in one area (like in Amsterdam). The same area where once a year it will be Party Time overthere ... ;O))) Maybe of this reason I love to walk around in the Chinese area in the center of The Hague. Just located right in the center of The Hague you cannot miss the Chinese Holland-The Hague area to get the exotic feeling of the Far East. Donot look surprised to see the names of the streets in Chinese ... and whenever able join the amazing Chinese New Year's Event ... you won't regret it... for sure !!!

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Address: Johan de Wittlaan 42-44, (formerly Dorint), The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2517 JR, The Netherlands