Holland might not technically be a city, but since Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam equate to the same area size as greater London, you could easily argue that this region of Holland is just as compact as one – but as varied as a continent too.
The Hague is the former capital of the Netherlands, best known as the seat of the Dutch government and home to the royal family. However, despite having a serious side, the city’s beachside location, historic pier and multitude of attractions make it the perfect place to visit with children. From miniature model parks to cycling trails, take a look at some of the best activities you can enjoy when visiting The Hague with kids.
Situated along the sandy North Sea coastline, The Hague is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the Netherlands. This culture-rich metropolis is famed as the heart of the nation’s government and home to the Dutch royal family, and is a favourite among art lovers too, with Jan Vermeer’s world-famous oil painting Girl With a Pearl Earring on show at the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis. Only 45 minutes from Rotterdam Europoort, getting to The Hague couldn’t be simpler.