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Travelling to The Hague

The Hague is easy to reach from anywhere in the world. It is located in one of the best regions in Europe with easy access to two international airports and train stations. Furthermore, The Hague has an outstanding and sustainable system of public transport, which makes it easy to find your way around the city.

Easy Access

We’re on the doorstep of one of Europe’s premier hub airports, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Alternatively, Rotterdam-The Hague Airport is a convenient gateway into the city for many European budget airlines. Getting to The Hague from these airports either by train or by car is easy and much faster than you would expect!

Via Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is one of the largest hubs in Europe with direct flights to over 320 European and intercontinental destinations every day, making it a truly global meeting point. On arrival, the airport train station will whisk you to directly to The Hague in under 30 minutes or travel by road is only 35 minutes.

Via Rotterdam The Hague Airport

We also have our own regional hub airport giving delegates another option, using Rotterdam-The Hague Airport, with good connections to over 40 European centres, including London, Geneva, Rome, Madrid, Vienna and many more. On arrival you are only 25 minutes away by car and 35 minutes by train.

'I have called this place my home for almost three years and yes, it is very easy to fly in and out! London can be reached in just 3.5 hours by train! You get so much more "bang for your buck" than in any busier metropolitan area in the Netherlands. A great destination for your next meeting!'

Monika Holland
- Director of International Sales at Hotelplanner.com

Travelling by Train

The railway system in the Netherlands also links to Europe’s rail networks with direct train connections from The Hague to Belgium, France, Germany and even to the UK. Both international and the Dutch trains are very clean and comfortable, there is usually WiFi available to make the trip even more productive. Of course, there is always an option to look out of the window and enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Netherlands.

Travelling by Road

The Hague is only a short journey by road away from Belgium, France, Germany and Luxembourg. Follow the A12 from the east, or A13 and A4 from the south for a fast connection using the first-class highway network of the Netherlands. There are also scheduled and chartered bus services available if delegates need to reach The Hague in larger groups from the airports or other locations.