Why Choose Our Destination?
Beautifully located by the sea, The Hague is the 3rd largest city in The Netherlands: it also is the residence city of the Dutch Royal Family and the place where the country’s prime minister cycles to work every day. More importantly, The Hague is a premier destination for congresses, business visitors and tourists alike. The city itself owes this popularity to a wealth of factors, including the high quality of life, international outlook, a dynamic mix of beautiful historic and stylish modern architecture, as well as numerous cultural and leisure venues. The accessible city by the sea The Hague one of the most attractive destinations in Europe. Located in the west of the Netherlands, The Hague is easily accessible by air, train or road. Rotterdam is less than 30 kilometres from The Hague and Amsterdam is approximately 60 kilometres away. European capitals situated in the vicinity of The Hague include Brussels, Luxembourg, London and Paris, and there are trains available to all nearby points of interest. The city itself is accessible by rail, road and motorway from France, Germany, as well as the other Benelux countries. Once inside The Hague, one can greatly benefit from the hassle-free public transportation throughout the city. Not only is The Hague well-situated within Western Europe, but it is also only a short drive or train ride away from not one but two international airports. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol offers direct flights from all six continents, while Rotterdam-The Hague airport is a low-cost hub for an extensive list of European destinations. Getting around: - Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, 35 minutes by car, 29 minutes by train. - Rotterdam The Hague Airport, 25 minutes by car, 45 minutes by train. - Amsterdam, 55 minutes by car, 45 minutes by train. - Delft, 20 minutes by car, 7 minutes by train. - Leiden, 25 minutes by car, 10 minutes by train. The international city by the sea Due to the numerous international institutions, including the UN International Criminal Court, The Hague enjoys worldwide fame as the International City of Peace and Justice, a reputation which its inhabitants are immensely proud of. However, the city’s association with peace and justice does not end here. The Hague is home to 115 foreign embassies, 300 multinational companies, as well as 160 institutions and organizations, including leading and distinguished ones, such as Europol, the EU’s law enforcement agency, and The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The latter won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013. All these interconnected elements create a nexus of knowledge and expertise that is unique in the area, which, combined with the excellent infrastructure, international character and the rich and diverse cultural offering, generate a wealth of exciting opportunities. The relaxing city by the sea The Hague is not only the largest city on the North Sea coast, showcasing a brilliant blend between its historical grandeur and modern outlook, but also enjoys the status of the greenest city in Europe. The Hague, as a royal seaside destination featuring two exquisite beach resorts, offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy unspoilt beaches and the possibility to relax in one of the many forests or parks, but also enjoy the modern city life which often occurs against a historical backdrop. Moreover, the 42 theatres and cultural venues, 20 museums, 3800 shops and boutiques, and over 1700 restaurants and cafes are there to guarantee a pleasant and memorable stay.
Distance from airport
- Schiphol International Airport
60 km from city center
- Rotterdam The Hague Airport
20 km from city center
Inner Court - Hall of Knights
Escher in The Palace
Rotterdam The Hague Airport
World Forum The Hague
World Forum The Hague is a full service venue. Together with our international professional partners, we can offer you all facilities. All partners are renowned for providing top-class service. The World Forum has 15,000 m2 of rooms.
- Exhibit Space12,000 sq. mTotal meeting space24,227 sq. m
The Hague facts - Number of institutions and organisations: 160 - Number of multinational companies: 300 - Number of embassies and consulates: 115 - The Hague has 42 theatres and cultural venues, 20 museums, 3,800 shops and 1,700 restaurants and cafes - The Hague is the Green city by the sea: 70,000 trees, 11 kilometres of coastline, 1/3 of The Hague is green, 250 kilometres of bicycle paths