Guided tour The Hague
Guided tour The Hague: Walking tours through The Hague give you the opportunity to explore history and architecture at your leisure. I take you on a trip to see well known and lesser known buildings. I give you the bigger picture and point out interesting and surprising details. You will hear interesting stories about the people that lived and worked in The Hague through the centuries. There is a lot to discover during your family or company outing. Because each group is different, each guided tour The Hague is different. A regular city walk lasts 2 hours but it can be adapted – special, shorter, longer – to suit your wishes. I can also offer you a private tour.
Informative, with humor!
Highlights of The Hague
The Inner Court, Lange Voorhout, Noordeinde Palace: known from radio and television. But have you ever (really) been there? Listen to the story behind these landmarks of The Hague.
The Hague’s Top Women
There are (and have been) quite a few independent, self-willed and intriguing women in The Hague. Meet them during this special guided tour.
The Hague in World War II
The Hague was strongly affected by the Second World War. German governing bodies were established in the city. Its Jewish inhabitants were persecuted and deported. You will hear and see this moving story.
Art Nouveau – Art Deco
The end of the 19th century saw a new movement in design: Art Nouveau. The city centre of The Hague contains some architectural gems in this style. And in Art Deco, the architectural style of the years between the World Wars.
The Hague for children
Children can have fun getting acquainted with living history in The Hague. And to walk the route of the Glass Coach on Prince’s Day. This walk lasts 1 hour and costs €9.= per person.
You saunter through a city, do your shopping, go out……..but do you ever look up? I invite you to put your head back and look up at all the loveliness above eye level.
Historic The Hague
Of court and village. The Hague traces its origins to a recreational facility: a hunting domain for the Counts of Holland. But quite soon it was not only just play but also work.
Food and drink in The Hague
Through the ages we have eaten many different types of food. The evolution of our food patterns are greatly influenced by technological and social developments. This is certainly true in The Hague!
The Hague was once the garden of the Counts of Holland. Next came princes and princesses. We have had kings and queens for 200 years now. I will guide you to the sites where they were and still are.
Plein 1813 and its surrounding area is a beautiful and interesting part of The Hague. With a strong royal connection.
The Archipel district contains grand houses and intimate courtyards. And two beautiful cemeteries. Worthwhile to explore!
Guided tour The Hague
Guided tour The Hague: If these city walks are scheduled at your request:
They last 2 hours and cost €15,= per person.
Minimum number of participants in these guided tours: 6
If you do a walk with fewer than 6 persons you will pay for 6.
We can also work out a private tour / made-to-measure programme. Contact