With half a million inhabitants The Hague offers a variety of neighborhoods from very poor to very wealthy just next to each other. It combines new high-rise architecture and picturesque medieval buildings in the city centre with an international community of expats versus the typical dutch.

Make sure you visit one of the largest markets of Europe in the Schilderswijk where a multitude of different nationalities live together. On your way you will find chinatown of the Hague where you can have an excellent footreflexmassage or manicure at great prices besides the delicious cuisine.

Looking for nature is also very easy, with a small detour you can bike or walk through the parks from the Central Station all the way to the beautiful beach with its different sections: The surf spot, with its own campsite near the beach, the entertainment area near the beautiful Kurhaus hotel and the quiet area more north along the dunes.

If you are up for some cilture you will like to visit the just marvelously renovated Mauritshuis with works from famous Dutch painters like Vermeer. Located right next to the museum is the office of the prime minister at the Binnenhof. This is the oldest part of The Hague.

Tired of walking just take a boat tour through the canals and take a look from the water up. If you prefer the look from the sky try the Haagse Toren where a panorama elevator that takes you to The Penthouse, the highest restaurant & bar of the Netherlands at 135 m, offering you a spectacular view of the city.