The Hague is the third largest city in the Netherlands
, after Amsterdam
, and most prominently the seat of the Government of the Netherlands. What most people do not know, however, is that the Hague is rich in history, culture and, in particular, art — there are numerous museums and beautiful architectural structures worth a visit. The main construction of Den Haag was in the 1200's, when the Binnenhof was built (which still stands today) and served as a royal hunting house. In the years to come, the city saw the Spanish occupation and also acted as a political base.
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Coach Charter Germany can suggest top 10 sites to be on your itinerary when touring The Hague as follows:
1. Mauritshuis Museum
The Mauritshuis Museum
is an art museum situated in the heart of Den Haag, next to the Binnenhof. The house was designed in the Dutch Classicist style in 1636. The museum's art collection is large and includes a variety of famous works such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Rubens. More than 800 objects are included in the set, most of them from the Dutch Golden Age. The collections are divided into different sections, such as 'At home in Holland." The museum frequently obtains new works and also presents a number of temporary exhibits.
2. Madurodam Model City
Madurodam Model City
is a major attraction, providing a large map of the various parts of the Netherlands. The park opened in 1952 and has seen enhancements and updates over the years to incorporate new technologies and renovate models. Parts of the model city include the Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam), the Binnenhof, Schiphol airport, the port of Rotterdam, the Dutch tulip fields and Schiphol airport.
3. The Binnenhof
This large complex serves as a meeting place for a number of political parties in the Netherlands, including the Ministry of General Affairs. The Binnenhof is the oldest parliament building currently in use in the world. Originally built in the 1200's, little is known of the early history of the complex, but soon became an important place for political meetings in the 1600's. You can visit the Binnenhof and its grounds today and enjoy the beautiful architecture and history of the buildings, including the famous Knig Hall.
4. Grote of Sint-Jacobskerk
The Sint-Jacobskerk Grotto, or St. James Church, is just over 300 feet tall and is one of the tallest buildings in The Hague. The church was built in the 15th and 16th centuries in the classical Gothic style; it has outstanding architectural features and beautiful interior features. Note the six-sided tower and bells, the grand organ, exquisite stained glass windows, historical artwork and assorted ornaments dedicated to the Golden Fleece Knights. The Protestant church is open to occasional services and tours of the building, but is most commonly used as a venue for special events. Host a banquet in the hall, hold a concert, plan a wedding reception, or take part in a festival.
The Ridderzaal is the main focal point of the Binnenhof and is located in the beautiful courtyard of the Knights Hall within the complex. The building is used as a site where the Dutch Parliament is opened by the Prime Minister and also conducts royal ceremonies. The building is of Gothic architecture, with two tall symmetrical towers on either side of the arched entrance. The interior of the Ridderzaal is highly decorated with some lovely stained glass windows and a central ornamental throne.
6. Louwman Museum
The Louwman Museum
is proud to have housed the largest private collection of classic and vintage automobiles in the world. Explore both the history of culture and the history of engineering by studying the numerous automobiles that have been designed. The collection includes 250 motorcars, from 1886 to the present day, as well as a selection of automotive art. Take a guided tour to learn about some of the most interesting vehicles before going back to the cafe for a bite to eat. The House of Lords is an on-site restaurant located on the museum square that serves delicious artisanal food in a chic atmosphere. In addition to the museum square, there are more spaces, including a gallery, a large theater, a library, a large hall and a variety of conference rooms. Each of these spaces may be reserved for a special event.
7. The beach and promenade
The seaside resort of Scheveningen is one of the most popular resorts in the Netherlands and is a perfect spot to explore. The beach stretches for miles from the Hook of Holland to the port of Ijmuiden. There is a wide promenade on the shore, sandy beaches, a spectacular pier complete with a Ferris Wheel, and a number of stores, entertainment, bars and restaurants. Laze on the golden sands, play in the water, sit down and enjoy a cocktail or ice cream on the promenade, or even take a spin on a giant Ferris wheel.
8. Drievliet Amusement Park
Drievliet Theme Park is a perfect place for the whole family, offering hours of fun and excitement. The park features a lot of roller coasters like Formula X and Twistrix, a log flume, a lot of water sports, a haunted castle, and so much more! Apart from the spectacular attractions, there are also a number of fairground stalls, bars and small food and drink vendors. This is a beautiful place and is located in the south-eastern part of The Hague, an ideal spot for a day trip.
9. The Hague Tower
The Hague Tower is a large skyscraper located near Den Haag HS train station not far from Chinatown. The building is mainly an office house, but it also has a restaurant and night club and a viewing platform. The building is 132 m high and is the third tallest building in The Hague. From here you can enjoy stunning panoramic views of the city and even see the Hook of Holland and watch the announcement coming from the North Sea. The trip to the elevator takes 40 seconds, and there's a lobby with a restaurant.
10. Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
It is one of the most important museums in Den Haag and contains a large collection of works of art, as well as a beautiful building designed by H.P. Berlage. Berlage. Berlage. Berlage. The building is not far from the main promenade, and the building itself is an architectural marvel with an unusual and striking architecture. There are several different collections inside, including painting, illustration, fashion and music. The collection contains works by Degas, Monet, Picasso and Mondriaan (the world's largest collection).
We sincerely hope that our recommendations for your visit to Den Haag will make your trip plans very exciting for your party. Den Haag is a great place to spend a few days on vacation, offering a wide variety of attractions that will satisfy most of your interests.
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