This small city is packed with things to do. The beach is lovely, the city center was bustling and the historical buidlings such as the Prison Gate was a good visit.
It's a good landing spot if you are thinking of heading to Delft or Rotterdam for day trips. It was in between Rotterdam and Amsterdam so we deciding to stay in The Hague which is way cheaper and do day trips instead.
The Hague is a lovely city quiet and easy access to many things. Very multicultural too so you can experiencd cuisines from many parts of the world.
Den Haag is one of the best place in the Netherlands and in the world you should not miss it.It is beautiful and people are hospitality.
Dont come here unless you have to (AKA business trips), my friend and i came here as it was said to be a big international city.
When we got there, the Haag Station (Main station for hague) looked like it was remains of a battleground! it was freezing cold in the station as the wall was still being built! Taxis and Buses were extremely confusing, not much help from the workers there either (only give direction). Food is normal, nothing special, if you wanna do shopping might as well go Amsterdam or somewhere bigger (40 minutes on train). From our experience, please dont go to Hague unless you have no other choice! It is a waste of time and valuable holiday time!
So far, one of the best managed cities that I have travelled to in the World and definitely the best in Europe.
Safe & clean with good people. Will recommend to anyone who wants to have a good view of one of the cleanest & safest city in Europe.