Visit the Hague

Visit the Hague

The Hague, celebrated as the international city of peace and justice, offers a unique blend of history, art, architecture, and natural beauty. With a rich history of global diplomacy, The Hague embraces its role as the epicenter of international justice, making it an inspiring destination for discussions and actions aimed at fostering nutrition resilience amidst the complex challenges of our time.

The Hague is the third largest city in the Netherlands and is known for its stunning architecture, rich history, and vibrant cultural scene.

Here are some of the best places to visit in The Hague before or after the Micronutrient Forum’s 6th Global Conference:

Peace Palace

The Peace Palace is one of the most iconic buildings in The Hague and is home to the International Court of Justice.

The Peace Palace, International Court of Justice, in The Hague, Holland


This historic complex of buildings serves as the seat of the Dutch government and is a must-visit for anyone interested in politics or history.

Ridderzaal a great hall of The Hague part of Binnenhof palace area, popular tourist attraction, Hague (Den Haag), The Netherlands

Mauritshuis Museum

This museum is home to an incredible collection of Dutch Golden Age paintings, including works by Vermeer and Hals.

Parliament building, museum and skyscrapers in The Hague, Netherlands.

Escher Museum

This museum is dedicated to the works of the famous Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher and features a wide range of his prints, drawings, and other works.

The Hague, Netherlands - February 25 2018: Escher in Het Paleis Museum exterior building facade

The Hague Beach

In October, the weather in The Hague is often still warm and sunny, making it a great time to visit the beach. The Hague Beach is a popular destination for both locals and tourists.

City brake lovely sunset on Scheveningen beach, famous Pier on background

Palace Noordeinde

Palace Noordeinde is one of several palaces used by the Dutch royal family, and is the working palace of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.

Den Haag The Hague, Netherlands - September 17, 2013 : Royal Horse and carriage, with a guard on top with decorated suit are leaving the royal palace noordeinde

Getting around in The Hague:

The Hague is a fairly compact city, and many of the popular tourist attractions are within walking distance of each other. However, the city also has a good public transportation system, including trams, buses, and trains, which can be a convenient way to get around.

The city is also great for cycling, and renting a bike is an easy and convenient way to explore the city. Bikes can be rented from many shops throughout the city, and there are bike lanes and paths all over the city, making it easy to get around on two wheels.