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Free Tour The Hague

The free tour of The Hague is the best way to get to know the old capital of the Netherlands and one of the most important cities in Europe. Besides, it’s FREE!

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Discover the administrative capital of the Netherlands

The Hague is the third city in the Netherlands, after Amsterdam and Rotterdam. You can see it in its large avenues, majestic buildings, palaces, embassies and large expanses of green area. This city lacks nothing. The Hague never goes unnoticed. It will earn your little heart from the minute you step on it for the first time.

The free tour of The Hague is the best way to get to know the old capital of the Netherlands and one of the most important cities in Europe. Besides, it’s FREE!

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01.

Mauritshuis

In this building built in 1640 for Count John Maurice of Nassau we can find The most famous Anatomy Lesson of Baroque painting or the Dutch Mona Lisa: the Young Pearl. You will be impressed by the view of this building over the water, and especially its magnificent collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age.

02.

Binnenhof

The oldest civil Gothic building in the world is a fairytale castle from which the Netherlands is ruled. Surrounded by a medieval fortress we have the Upper House, the Lower House and the Torentje (torrecita) from where the country’s prime minister works… and while enjoying these views we can eat ice cream at the same kiosk where the king of Holland does it!

03.

Palacio Noordeinde

The monarchs of Holland have up to 4 royal palaces… and that of Noordeinde was the workplace of Queen Beatrice herself and now of King Willem-Alexander. If from afar you see that the flag is hoisted, prepare the camera because you can find the monarch walking around his office.

04.

Rusthof

Walking we find a haven of peace in the heart of the city. Founded in the 19th century, this little garden was the residence of unmarried women of the time who were engaged in weaving by collecting wages in species such as meat or fuel, let’s go… The emancipated women of the time!

05.

Peace Palace

Marble from Italy, watches from Switzerland or Persian carpets from Iran make up this building from where it responds to international conflicts. We can leave a message for peace hanging from a tree or learn how to say this word in all the languages of the world. ¡ Don’t blow the flame of Peace, it goes out!

04.

Grote Kerk

In the heart of the city, we have to look at the stained glass windows of the 16th century with which Charles V himself adorned the Great Church of the city, where both the King of Holland and his daughter were baptized. And at 93 meters it is crowned by a stork that does not bring babies, but that is the symbol of The Hague.

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