Links in and around the city
Published: 09 December 2010 Modified: 04 February 2013
Here you can find a handy-dandy list of links to neighbourhoods in The Hague as well to regional information.
Several neighbourhoods in The Hague offer English information on their websites, including:
The Hague has 32 different neighbourhoods and eight city districts. For information about a certain neighbourhood (in Dutch), visit the article Wijken in Den Haag.
Photos and Videos
On YouTube you can watch a number of short films about The Hague: www.youtube.com/gemeentedenhaag.
Pages about The Hague offers beautiful modern and historical photographs plus a general article with tourism information. Another website offering photos of nearly every city street is Foto's van Den Haag. Lovely panoramic shots can be found at Panorama's van Den Haag. And the Haags Uitburo posts photos of buildings, festivals and exhibitions on Flickr. A fun English-language weblog about The Hague is Absolutely The Hague!
Facts and Figures
The official site of the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions (NBTC) gives visitors a taste of the many things the Netherlands has to offer.
Here you can find information about The Hague Region (Stadsgewest Haaglanden).
The Randstad Region is one of the most important economic and densely populated areas in the northwest of Europe. The regions form a ring of four large urban agglomerations (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht), as well as a number of medium-sized and smaller towns, such as Almere, Delft, Leiden and Haarlem.
The website of the Coastal Society (Kustvereniging) offers Dutch-language information on nature reserves, beaches, animal protection, visitor’s centres, water quality and holiday planning.
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