NBTC Perspective The Netherlands 2025/26

12 September 2024 The Hague


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12 September 2024
Duration: 1 Day
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Welcome to the FamTrip on Friday, 13 September - The Hague: Culture by the sea

Dear Travel Trade Partner, 

Some destinations should be cherished forever and The Hague is one of them. The international city of peace and justice, modern art and old masters; lively shopping streets and royal palaces; exotic cuisines and a fishing port; two seaside resorts and residence of the King and Queen. The Hague is the only major Dutch city by the sea, with no less than 11 kilometres of sandy beach. A unique combination to experience the ultimate city break and beach holiday feeling.

Do you want to experience The Hague yourself? We would like to invite you to attend our unique Fam Trip experience titled Culture by the Sea on Friday, 13 September 2024, one day after the Travel Trade Event Perspective - The Netherlands 2025/2026. 

During this day you will explore and visit a wealth of locations in The Hague, some well-known, some new and undiscovered pearls that make The Hague so unique and special. You will not only be surprised by the variety of things to see and do that The Hague has to offer, but also meet the right contacts of the various hotels, museums, attractions, restaurants and other tourism partners in The Hague.

We hope to see you in The Hague in September!

Your The Hague & Partners & NBTC-Team


City by the Sea:
You can enjoy the beach all year round in The Hague. Whether it is for a beach day or a dinner at one of the beach pavilions, or for a winter's day of fresh air followed by a hot chocolate. The Hague has the luxury of 11 kilometres of sandy beach its doorstep. Each section of beach has its own vibe.

Royal city:
The Hague is not only the home and workplace of the king. It is also a royal city with allure thanks to its many historical monuments, living and working palaces, royal routes and carriages.


City of Peace and Justice:
In The Hague, people work hard every day for a better world. Symbol of this is the Peace Palace. This palace was built some 100 years ago. It laid a solid foundation for The Hague as an international city of peace and justice. Besides the Peace Palace, there are many other places and buildings where people work towards a safer and more just world. People from all corners of the world come to 'The Hague' to solve global problems together. This makes The Hague the beating heart of world peace.