The Hague Travel Trade
The Travel Trade department of The Hague & Partners informs you in detail about the tourist offer of The Hague and its seaside resorts. We offer an extensive range of products and services, including general advice on group travel, sample programs, promotional material, texts and videos for communication purposes, royalty-free images and fam trips.
Why The Hague
Welcome to The Hague, the royal city by the sea! Some places are forever in your heart, and The Hague is one of them. The international city of peace and justice; new styles and old masters; exotic cuisine and a Dutch fish harbour; beaches and residence of the King and Queen and not to forget the local citizens of The Hague.
City at the Sea
The Hague is the only major Dutch city by the sea. At just 15 minutes from the historical city center, you will experience the ultimate holiday feeling with no fewer than 11 kilometers of beach to really enjoy for four seasons long. The Hague beach is the ideal place to get a breath of fresh air. Take a long walk along the sea. Take a stroll on the new Pier, take a ride on the Ferris wheel and walk along the boulevard to Scheveningen harbour. Or just enjoy the sun in one of the many cosy beach pavilions. The beach in The Hague also offers unexpected extras: it is the place for sports such as beach volleyball and kite surfing. It is even the best surf spot on the North Sea.More information about the City at the Sea
The Hague is not only the living and working place of the King. It is also a royal city with great allure thanks to the many historical monuments, residential and working palaces, royal routes and carriages. You might bump into the Royal Family on the street or in one of 'their' shops. Noordeinde Palace is traditionally the working palace of the head of state, the King. King Willem-Alexander, just like his predecessor Princess Beatrix, has chosen the Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague as a residence. In the summer, both the Noordeinde palace and the Royal Stables are open for a short period of time for individual visitors. (The number of tickets are limited and can only be ordered shortly in advance). The palace garden is free and open to the public during summer and winter.More info about the Royal City
City of Peace and Justice
With the Peace Palace as its beating heart, The Hague is the international city of peace and justice. Here thousands of people work every day to create a safer and fairer world and people from all over the world come to solve global problems together. For everyone, now and in the future. The Hague is therefore a logical place for international conferences. In line with the case law, more than 160 international organisations are also working hard on international security issues in The Hague. Such as by the OPCW, the organisation for the prohibition of chemical weapons, which received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013.More info about the city of Peace and Justice