A cultural tour

As the government city and residence of the royal house, The Hague is a city full of challenges. It is a bustling city full of sights and historical highlights, definitely worth a look!


The Binnenhof is an originally medieval building complex. The Tweede and Eerste Kamer and the Ministry of General Affairs are now located at the Binnenhof. The Council of Ministers and the Council of State also meet in buildings adjacent to the Binnenhof. The easiest way to get here is by bicycle which you can rent from us.

Paleis Huis ten Bosch

Huis ten Bosch Palace in The Hague is the residential palace of King Willem-Alexander and his family. It was built in the mid-seventeenth century. The well-known Oranjezaal is actually a monument in memory of the first resident, Frederik Hendrik. This building also had a turbulent history, as spoils of war, as a prison, as a museum, even as a brothel and finally back as the home of the Oranges since 1815. Unfortunately you cannot enter, but you can see from a distance how beautiful this building is.

Paleis Noordeinde

Noordeinde Palace is the working palace of King Willem-Alexander. Every year the procession of Prince's Day departs here and the traditional waving of the royal family also takes place from the balcony. The palace garden at the back is largely open to the public. The palace itself can be visited a few days a year and you can easily get here by car or bicycle.