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Travel information

Airports
There are two major international airports that are under 45 minute’s travel time from The Hague. Rotterdam/ The Hague Airport (RTM) is less than 30 kilometres from The Hague and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS) is approximately 60 kilometres. Other major cities close to The Hague also include Brussels, London and Paris, and there are trains to all major destinations. Public transportation is excellent in and around The Hague.

Taxi
Taxi’s are available in both airport locations, approximate cost € 60-75 one-way. Of course, you may also reach us by car or public transportation.

Own transport
By entering The Hague from the A12 or the A44 motorway. In The Hague, follow the signs for Kijkduin and look for the sign World Forum. You will see it on your right side. You can easily park your vehicle at our parking area in front of the World Forum. The parking costs are € 3,50 per 60 minutes, with a maximum of € 13,00 per day.

By road, Public transport
The Hague boasts an excellent public transport system. Over 30 bus and tram lines will take you quickly and safely to your destinations in The Hague, along with the beach areas of Scheveningen and Kijkduin.

By Train
The Hague has two international and well-equipped train stations. Trains from Hollands Spoor Station leave for Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Belgium and France. Trains for Utrecht and Germany leave from The Hague Central Station. Both train stations operate a direct service to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (duration: 30 minutes).

City The Hague

A city where surf dudes and ambassadors enjoy drinks side by side at the seaside. Friendly and relaxed. With a city centre full of atmosphere, where you can run into the prime minister, relaxing with a beer at one of the many outdoor cafes.

The city known as ‘International city of Peace and Justice ’, where political leaders debate and diplomats negotiate. Where government and conferences fit naturally and deliberation takes place at the highest level.  The city of the International Criminal Court, on which the eyes of the world are focused ever more frequently.

This is the city that offers all it takes to make your congress successful. With two airports nearby and many superb congress venues, from Jugendstil to ultra-modern, accustomed to welcoming high level visitors at the highest level of hospitality.

A city with top quality restaurants and many beach clubs, where you can savour delicious freshly caught seafood. A city of fine architecture and a lively beach culture.

A city where clear thinking is as natural as the refreshing westerly sea breeze. A compact world city where the customer is king and royalty is often the customer. Welcome to The Hague!

City by the sea

Off with the three-piece, on with the wetsuit! From the city centre, it takes just 15 minutes to get your feet in the fine sands of our wide beaches.

The Hague has a real beach culture with its own surfer village, where genuine surf dudes give kiting and surfing lessons. But you can take it easy too, and unwind with a drink in one of the hip beach pavilions. Enjoy seaside cocktails after a full day of meetings or check out one of the many beach parties. The Hague’s beach life: it has all you need to reset your body and mind – just let the sea breeze clear your head. Read more …