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Private Tour: The Hague Walking Tour Including Hall of Knights Dutch Parliament
"Meet your guide at The Hague Central Station in the morning or afternoon. During your 3-hour private walking tour discover The Hague’s most important cultural and historical landmarks as well as those relating to the city’s royal and political heritage. Many of The Hague's top attractions are located within a small area so a walking tour is the perfect way to explore. With a flexible itinerary just let your guide know what interests you most!As you’ll learn The Hague is the seat of the government of the Netherlands. City life concentrates around the Hofvijver pond and the Binnenhof building complex where the Parliament is located. On your walk you'll see several Parliament buildings
From EUR55.00
 
Skip the Line: The Hague and Holland Pass
"Pick up your pass from The Hague Central Station Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or various Travelex branches throughout the Netherlands. Then choose from more than 60 museums and attractions in The Hague Delft and neighboring cities such as Amsterdam and Rotterdam for free skip-the-line entry (see the Itinerary for a full list).Valid for one month your pass gives you your choice of two four or six entrance tickets divided into gold
From EUR40.00
 
Private Guided Tour of Mauritshuis Museum from the Hague with Art Historian
"Meet your guide at 10:15am who is a leading specialist in Dutch art specifically Vermeer and Rembrandt. He is able to introduce you to the visual wonders and the painted elements. After about an hour inside the Museum you will take a refreshment and proceed for a walk to the brand new white City Hall designed by the US architect Richard Meier. It is one of the biggest atriums (inner halls) of any kind in Europe. As a statement of municipal power it vies with other buildings in The Hague like the series of palaces and embassies. The Hague as the seat of government wishes to impress.Afterwards it is time for a bite (cost not included) which you will take at the big square (Plein) in one of either outside or inside. You may opt to visit one of other museums
From EUR320.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in Hoek van Holland

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Cafe 't Fust

I've already written a review of the excellent Cafe 't Fust as a nightlife tip - My Favourite Bar, So Far and so on this visit, September 2016, it was my first port of call (so to speak) since I had a...
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Stena Line Ferries

I always enjoy this ferry trip and it is, to my mind, one of the most civilized ways of travelling between the UK and continental Europe. For some reason though I don't think I've ever eaten on the...
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Azzurro

There didn't seem to be much happening on the sunny Sunday evening here in the town centre, except for the bars of course. The freebie nibbles at 't Fust, along with the beers, had given me an...
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‘t Oeverbos

't Oeverbos is considered to be one of the best restaurants in Vlaardingen with Dutch and Belgian cousine. It is located at the bank of Maas and has a great view at the riverside. I had a pleasure to...
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Snackbar LENNY

If you really want to explore the Hoek van Holland most beautiful view (see link) you better find your way to this super spot when it is a very sunny day.Here you will see the ferries, the impressive...
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Caribean Beach Cafe

Nevertheless the owners could have used a dictionary when opening this new CaribBean Beach Cafe recently this is a great place. On a sunny day I can't imagine any nicer way to spend your time that to...
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Things to Do Near Hoek van Holland

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Omniversum

Set out on a journey of discovery in The Hague. In Omniversum, the only Dutch IMAX Dome Theatre (giant picture cinema), you'll discover too much, so tilt back your seat, relax and enjoy this dynamic...
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Prinsenhof

Delftware was invented in an attempt to imitate the world-famous Chinese blue and white porcelain. Thanks to the Dutch entrepreneurial spirit, this 'imitation porcelain' was so successfully developed...
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Oude Kerk

The Old Church is considered to have been founded in 1246, when Count William II gave the industrial little city of Delft its own charter. We were able to visit it when we were on our way from the...
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Hugo de Groot

When you've finished ogling the tilted old church tower, this fine edifice is sure to catch your attention on the other side of the canal. For some reason I never went and photographed the plaque that...
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Nieuwe Kerk

There is so much to see in the New Church, maybe too much to mention. We walked our way up to the mausoleum of William the Silent and the private royal family crypt. After we had a good look at both...
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Koninklijke Stallen

The Royal Stables was established in 1815 by King William I. The present quarters at Hogewal in The Hague came into use in 1878. The Royal Stables houses the gala tack room. The equipment is used for...
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RoyJava

"Holland's Corner"
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Kuznetsov_Sergey

"Hoek van Holland in 1995"
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mafootje

"Hoek van Holland"
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pieter_jan_v

"Where Holland ends ...."
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johngayton

"Finally Escaped The Ferry Port!"
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