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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
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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
 
Hop-On-Hop-Off Dutch Intercity Tour from Amsterdam to The Hague
"Start your sightseing tour at the Museumplein in Amsterdam where you will find three major museums: Van Gogh Museum Rijksmuseum and the Museum of contemporary art. During this unique tour learn more about the history of Amsterdam why the national airport is named “Schiphol” and the importance of water management for a country that lies 30% below sea level. Head off to Leiden and hear more about one of the oldest cities of the Netherlands. Leiden is a beautiful historical c you will pass a green area where many ambassadors and famous Dutch people live. It is also the residence of the Royals. You will continue the route along the ‘Rijksstraatweg’; King Napoleon gave instructions to build this road so that the connection Leiden and Amsterdam would be better. Car admirers have the opportunity to visit one of the oldest private collections of automobiles in the world at Louwman Museum. Famous cars such as
From EUR25.00

More Tourist Traps in The Hague

Paleis Noordeinde – Palace Garden.

During another visit to The Hague I visited the gardens on the opposite side of Paleis Noordeinde. It’s funny to witness that a lot of people do visit the palace and take a lot of pictures of the...
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Jerelis
Oct 04, 2011

Paleis Noordeinde – A medieval farmhouse.

Like all palaces it has quite a history, which always interests me. Reading the guidebook of The Hague learned me that Paleis Noordeinde originally started out as a medieval farmhouse, which was...
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Jerelis
Oct 03, 2011

Paleis Noordeinde – 1 of the 3 official palaces.

To me this location is just what The Hague stands for. Walking around in the city center and all of a sudden you end up facing a real Dutch royal palace! Paleis (Palace) Noordeinde is one of the three...
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Jerelis
Oct 03, 2011

BINNENHOF/BISHOPS PALACE/RIZZENDAAL/HALL OF KNIGHT

This is an utter rip off and the only place where we felt cheated in Holland. You are shown 1 tacky amateur video sitting on wooden benches, then taken in to the Hall of Knights, sitting on wooden...
Ladymarian1
Nov 11, 2007

Some "Dark" Areas

So sorry to admit The Hague does have its own "dark areas". It still isn't that heavy as the Bronx, NY, though when the Sun kisses the ocean (Western coast side) and darkness spread out be on your...
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RoyJava
Jun 17, 2006

Castle???

Still I see people getting fooled and, think this beautiful building is a truely medieval castle from the Middle Ages. They make a lot of pictures, admiring the classic tower and the Greek Goddess...
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RoyJava
May 05, 2006
 
 
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Just A Tramtunnel

With a lot of fuss and notices the Tramtunnel of The Hague was opened on 16th of October, 2004. All The Hague people cried shame upon it, in mind the many shops which had to close its doors during the...
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RoyJava
Aug 03, 2005

The Hague's Wheel-Trap

Excuses, I had to remove this "Danger-Tip", because the government-authorities decided the "wheel-trap" is not of any importants anymore... though I thought this is a nice memory of those back-times...
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RoyJava
Jul 05, 2005

Expensive peeing

In most clubs you'll have to pay 50 cents to go to the toilets. The clubs aren't allowed to ask this money by the law. Sometimes you'll have no choice. Make sure you pay once for the whole evening....
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20011019
Aug 27, 2004

A restaurant called "Big Bell"

At the seafront in Scheveningen there is a restaurant called "Big Bell". During our VT meeting they wouldn't let us in because we only wanted to have a drink. We had to sit on the cold terrace...
sabsi
Jan 07, 2004

Cabs. Always have small change...

Cabs. Always have small change with you, at leastHFL 25. Cab drivers in Den Haag are not requiredto have change (yes, I asked them), which cameto me as a surprise since cab drivers in Cologne,Germany,...
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Antity
Aug 26, 2002

Schveningen is the most...

Schveningen is the most important seaside resort in the Netherlands. It has a large beach, casino, grand hotel, shopping malls... and even an old fashioned pier. But honestly, the North Sea is not the...
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DanielF
Aug 26, 2002

If you want good food, you'd...

If you want good food, you'd be wise to stay away from any restaurant on the Binnenhof (Havana, Lokanta, Popocateptl). Location, after all, isn't everything. I think these guys have gotten complacent...
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edgarvnl
Aug 25, 2002

If you are interested in...

If you are interested in drinking with the locals and are not interested in a high tech cafe, look out for bars called cafe, with the fololwing style. Short bistro-like curtains, oak furniture, small...
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loreli
Aug 25, 2002

Top Hotels in The Hague

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Lange Voorhout 54 - 56, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2514 EG, The Netherlands
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Molenstraat 26, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2513, The Netherlands
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Sophialaan 2, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2514 JP, The Netherlands
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Hofweg 5-7, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2511 AA, The Netherlands
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Johan De Wittlaan 30, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2517 JR, The Netherlands
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Prinses Margrietplantsoen 100, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2595, The Netherlands
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Top Things to Do in The Hague

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Madurodam, Miniature City

In July 2015 I visited Madurodam in The Hague (Den Haag). Madurodam was founded in 1952 as a war monument. It was in memory of warhero and partisan George Maduro who died in concentration camp...
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Royal The Hague

Our country does have a Royal Family. In 2015 our King is Willem-Alexander and our Queen is Maxima. They have 3 daughters: Catharina-Amalia (Amalia), Alexia and Ariane. The King and Queen work from...
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Mauritshuis

Many famous masterpieces of art to be found here e.g. Gezicht op Delft, Meisje met de Parel by Vermeer, paintings by Rembrandt and another personal favourite of mine, the monumental Stier (the Bull)...
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Panorama Mesdag

The Panorama Mesdag is a cylindrical painting, more than 14 metres high and about 40 metres in diameter. We were able to see it from an observation gallery in the centre of the room. The cylindrical...
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Governmental The Hague

Although Amsterdam is de facto the capital city of the Netherlands the Dutch government has been based here in Den Haag since 1588, apart from a brief period when Napoleon ruled from Amsterdam between...
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Scenic The Hague

Clingendael is a big park /estate situated on the border of The Hague and Wassenaar. In 1818 the Van Brienen family became the exclusive owner of Clingendael. The name 'Clingendael' means 'valley in...
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Top 5 The Hague Writers

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RoyJava

"The Hague, where the King resides"
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Mique

"Den Haag"
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Nathalie_B

"Den Haag"
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robertgaz

"Den Haag"
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Airpunk

"The Hague - The Political Center"
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