"Royal" The Hague is the seat of Dutch government, and Queen Beatrix lives and works here. Since 1980, the official residence of the Queen and her family is at Huis ten Bosch. On this website you can also explore more about the Royal Family throughout history, including other important buildings you might want to visit in the country.
From the The Hague Travel Guide
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Great location, excellant facilities, congenial hosts, only problem was climbing stairs! I think I am getting old! Would stay again! ... more
The only highlight of this Hotel is that it is situated directly at the Den-Hague beach. There is a new building and an old buiding. We were give a room in the Old building which did not have any lift facility. We had to take our heavy luggage to the 3rd floor through small, steep and narrow stairs. ... more
Study Abroad - The Hague, Netherlands
I'm hoping to get the opportunity to study abroad in The Hague in the fall. I'm just wondering what all I need to know to prepare myself for The Netherlands/Europe in the way of how much I should budget per month (roughly), traveling in The Netherlands and around Europe, things to do in The Hague ...
Living in The Hague:Preparations
Hi all, I am going to the Hague for a year and a half to study. Had a couple of questions. Would be extremely helpful if you could help me with these. 1. What kind of clothing should I take for the entire year? (I come from Bangladesh where the average temp is 28 C) 2. Given the rainy weather that I have ...
Any idea for Hague to Paris by Train?
This is my first time in Europe, I have meeting in Hague for 2 weeks in June and 2 days for free from 9-10 June. I plan to go to Paris by bus or train and stay overnight there. Can you suggest any route is good? and how much does it cost? ...
October Travels, Part 4
The travelling hat traveled to the Netherlands. Specifically, the hat went to the Hague, which is where the Netherlands keep all their government and all their royalty, despite Amsterdam being the capital. The travelling hat found this a little strange, but is not one to judge. There was very little ...
Posted in Adventures of the Travelling Hat by TravellingHat
I went this morning to The Hague, which is only about 50 minutes by rain from downtown Amsterdam. It was nce to see Amsterdam in the morning, before the tourists and the bikes overwhelm the streets. Its a much prettier place when no one is around, I think. I visited the Parliament buildings, the Grote Kerk ...
Posted in That's What She Said by GenBlogs