The Hague is truly the international city of peace and justice. For more than 150 years The Hague has been at the heart of the most important international meetings in the world dating back to the Peace Conference, the first large meeting in 1899 and in the last years we can look back at the Nuclear Security Summit (2014) and the Global Conference on Cyberspace (2015). As the second UN city in the world, The Hague is a place where leaders meet every day to tackle global challenges.
As the seat of the Dutch central government and home to the royal family, The Hague is a sophisticated city that has become an ever more attractive location for organizations from all over the world.
In 30 minutes the train brings you to The Hague Central Station from Schiphol International Airport. Amsterdam Central Station is 40 minutes travel. With an extensive coastline, two seaside resorts, world-class arts and culture and vast culinary choices, the city is lively, attractive and appealing to the international visitor. The city is cosmopolitan, international and compact!