When King Willem II selected The Hague as his residence in 1814, The Hague started developing into the multifaceted city it is today. And the many palaces that now adorn The Hague are still witnesses to the royal blood that has flowed through The Hague for centuries
The Hague offers several spectacular tourist attractions. Madurodam is really a beautiful sight to see, and a visit to Omniversum is a whole adventure in itself! A day at Duinrell is a day filled with loads of fun, and a visit to Sea Life Scheveningen will give you a look into the wonderful world of underwater beauty.
Shoppers will be on cloud nine in The Hague! Not only are all the large department stores represented here, but you can also spend delightful hours strolling through the little shopping streets and squares around the palaces. What’s more, The Hague is also famous for its many different antique shops and art galleries.
Scheveningen’s sand, sea and sun guarantee a day of free and easy relaxation. But Scheveningen also has more to offer - in any season of the year! First of all, there’s its bubbling nightlife: sauntering along the always lively, busy boulevard is a tradition here. Together with the Steigenberger Kurhaus Hotel, the Sculptures by the Sea Museum and Vitalizee Spa Baths, they make Scheveningen a real attraction.