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  • 1

    Madurodam

    24 reviews

    Compared to Amsterdam, the Tourist sites in Den Haag are a little staid. At least nothing compares to an adventure I had in Amsterdam a few years ago, when a work colleague gave our group a walking tour of the Red Light District (with perhaps a little too much inside knowledge). But there's a lot to like about Den Haag, ...

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  • 2

    Escher Museum

    8 reviews

    I was debating if it was a bit of an overkill to ride the train for an hour from Amsterdam just to visit a museum, but I am so glad that I did it, for I loved loved loved the Escher Museum. I suppose I could just buy a book and look at all the prints, but there is something ...

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  • 3

    Panorama Mesdag

    6 reviews

    This is a must visit in The Hague, it's an amazing round painting, you have to experience it to understand why it's so amazing!

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  • 4

    Grote Markt

    5 reviews

    Situated in the city center. Great place for a nice drink or nice food or for a night out

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  • 5

    Crazy Pianos

    4 reviews

    Crazy Pianos, famous in Scheveningen, but very popular with the rest of the country! As the name suggests, everything revolves around the bright red pianos, located in the center of the bar. Two Pianists entertain the guests by playing any song that is requested in many different music styles. A Unique experience in Scheveningen!

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  • 6

    Gemeentemuseum

    4 reviews

    The municipal museum "het Gemeentemuseum" is renowned for its large Mondrian collection, the largest in the world. The Gemeentemuseum hold mainly contemporary art and has different exhibitions throughout the year.

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  • 7

    Mauritshuis

    2 reviews

    Within a 5-minute walk from hotel Des Indes, you will be at the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis. The Mauritshuis is an art museum in The Hague, the Netherlands. Previously the residence of count John Maurice of Nassau, it now has a large art collection, including paintings by Dutch painters such as Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jan Steen, Paulus Potter ...

  • 8

    Stadhuis en Bibliotheek

    2 reviews

    The town hall of The Hague is where people can go when they want to contact the community, but also for a cup of coffee. The great white building has the greatest Atrium of the Netherlands. The Town Hall is situated in the city center of The Hague, close to Hotel Des Indes.

  • 9

    Park de Horst

    2 reviews

    Beautyful city with much more to see than what is shown here

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  • 10

    Hofvijver

    2 reviews

    Do certainly visit the Binnenhof and the Hofvijver! Only 5 minutes away form hotel Des Indes is where the political center of the Netherlands is located. The Queen holds her annual speech here and the prime minister has his office at the Binnenhof as well. Plus, the Binnenhof is a treat for your eyes!

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  • 11

    Zuiderpark

    2 reviews

    A nice park just outside of the city center. Normally used for walks, jogging and some playing kids once a year this park turns into the one day festival simply called "Park pop". Easily accessible and not too expensive it is the festival to go to for some light entertainment.

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  • 12

    Beelden aan Zee

    2 reviews

    Scheveningen's "Sculpture on the Sea" Museum, nestled in the dunes overlooking the beach, is one the best kept secrets in the area. In addition to the regulary changing exhibits; the views of the North Sea form the museum's gallery windows are not to be missed and the sunny lunchroom is also to be enjoyed!

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  • 13

    Pathe Buitenhof

    2 reviews

    One of the 4 cinemas of The hague. They aren't playing too much mainstream, but also aren't playing to much artistic movies. So you'll get good movies there. It's nicely situated in the center and in a very old building.

  • 14

    Wicked Wines II

    3 reviews

    Been there quite a handfull of time. While it really looks nice and the atmosphere is quite relaxing, service is as bad as can be. Once I went with a friend and we asked for food - It took them 2 hours to get our food on the table. The wine offering is not that bad, but not so exceptional.

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  • 15

    Westbroekpark

    1 review

    An emerald in the heart of The Hague's beach district. The park entrance is just a short walk from "Nieuwe Duinweg" stop on Tram 9. Don't leave our beautiful green city without visiting the Rosarium or taking tea at "De Waterkant."

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  • 16

    Theater Aan Het Spui

    1 review

    Theater het Spui wants to exceed boundaries and amaze you! All kinds of spectacular shows are hosted, usually around 20:30 hours. In the bar, usually art work from young temporary artists in displayed, which you can enjoy along with a drink.

  • 17

    Akkerman Vulpenspeciaalzaak P W

    1 review

    With smart phones and laptops all over the place, there is still room for a hand written thank you note and a good pen. Right here at Passage 15 in Central Den Haag is a classic pen shop that I return to every time I'm in town. And they've been around since 1910 and know their writing instruments, and in ...

  • 18

    Japanse Tuin

    1 review

    The Japanese Garden (Tuin) is open to the public for just a few weeks in early spring. Discover it in the Clingendael Park. Bus 22 stops on the van Alkamadelaan near the park entrance.

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  • 19

    Groen / B S

    1 review

    Our favorite local green grocer and mini market featuring area produce, mediterranean take-out and Turkish snackbar.

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  • 20

    Bloemenhuis Monique

    1 review

    Okay,so you're planning to arrange for accommodation in Holland for a few days or a week or two--make you're Dutch experience complete with flowers direct from Holland's flower market. Bloemenhuis Monique (Monique's House of Flowers) is an insider's favorite as the shop is widely known for the freshest flowers at the most sharply discounted prices in the city. You don't ...

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