Nice place to walk and great archirecture. It is at the centre and its nice for a walk through the buildings.
About Binnenhof & Ridderzaal (Inner Court & Hall of the Knights)
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The builings and whole area are impressive. Although it was weekend it was great to see these unique buildings with all the history attached. And that it is still actively used by the Dutch parliament.
thought we could visit inside the Binnenhof and Ridderzaal, but maybe because it was Sunday, could not get inside anything.
A very special experience will be if you get to see the Binnenhif (Inner court& hall of the knights) when it snows! Unfortunately, this is something we can not control or offer you. Through the centuries the "Binnenhof" has always been the heart of the...More
We walked around the grounds during a cooler day in January. There must have been an important delegate coming around because there was security everywhere. The buildings were gorgeous and well maintained with obvious historical presence. Recommending for those that appreciate architecture. The waterway was...More
this is the real heart of the Hague and the Dutch politics, must be seen to understand the background of the rise of the Dutch country
Must do as it is the political center of the Netherlands. The building are a must see in Denhaag and its located right in the center of the town.
Although Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands, it is in The Hague where the Dutch government is busy governing the country. Also King Willem-Alexander has his work palace in The Hague. It is normally possible to visit the Ridderzaal and the Parliament building. Would...More
You have to tour this if in Den Haag. It’s the heart of Den Haag. Lots of history. I had trouble finding how to tour it as there isn’t an entrance where you pay. You go to the building across the street where you sign...More
Coming from Australia where you used to be able to literally walk over the top of your elected representatives at the Parliament House in Canberra, it was refreshing to know that you could walk right through the Houses of Parliament here. The building is beautiful...More