Royal city

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.

Palaces in The Hague

The city centre of The Hague continues to exude the allure befitting of a royal city. Stroll through the historical streets and soak up the atmosphere of bygone days. Visit the places where magnificent parties were held, fit for nobility. Discover the location of Queen Emma's winter residence, or where work is done every day at Noordeinde.

Ssst... our King works here

Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, housed in an intimate 17th-century palace

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Permanent Escher exhibition in a former royal palace

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Our Royal Theatre was originally built as a palace

The future residence of our King

The Peace Palace Actually not a royal palace...

Royal shopping

King Willem Alexander and Queen Máxima are known as lovers of Hague restaurants. Palace vehicles are regularly seen in the vicinity of Denneweg. Royal shopping in the heart of the monarchy is self-evident in the Court District surrounding Noordeinde Palace.

Court District: beautiful old streets revive bygone times

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Shop like Queen Máxima at Noordeinde

Fabulous shopping gallery dating back to the early 1880s

Denneweg: a must for lifestyle and design lovers

Tip Close your shopping day with a drink at the beach.