The Hague

The Hague Travel Guide

Articles about The Hague

By Melissa Locker
Dutch artist M.C. Escher was a master of creating optical illusions, and now the Escher Museum in The Hague is accused of creating illusions of their own. The curator of the M.C. Escher Foundation, which was set up in 1968 by the artist himself...
By Alix Strauss and Adam McCulloch

For a truly memorable stay, break free from hotel chains and check into one of these unusual hotels. 

By Maria Shollenbarger
Day 1: Amsterdam to the Hague (40 miles) Set out from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, following the signs for the A2 to Utrecht. The passing countryside (dikes; pitched-roof farmhouses; windmills) bears a striking resemblance to those Jacob van Ru...
By Hillary Geronemus
In Madurodam, a miniature Dutch town located in the Hague, everything is one twenty-fifth its normal size—but as a model of energy efficiency for the rest of the world, this theme park is huge. In honor of Madurodam's 50th birthday last year, Shel...

Hotels in The Hague

This grande dame on Lange Voorhout square that underwent a total makeover by French design star Jacques Garcia in 2006.

Restaurants in The Hague

The lacquered walls and velvet banquettes are a sumptuous backdrop for a light, seasonal menu (try the North Sea bass with fennel and cucumber).

Things to do in The Hague

The seat of Dutch government, the royal family, the International Criminal court, and the country’s diplomatic community, this city is a jewel that’s an easy half-hour train ride from Amsterdam Centraal. It’s smaller in size than the capital but, many say, far more sophisticated.