The Hague

The Hague is the political capital of Holland. It’s home to the Dutch government, many embassies and international organisations. The stately buildings and green setting give the city a character of its own. The seaside resort of Scheveningen is just a 20-minute bike ride from the city centre.

Where to go

Day trips

Many touristic highlights in the The Hague region, such as Delft and the seaside resort of Scheveningen, are within cycling distance. Here's a selection of 'must do' bike trips in the area.

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Guided bike tours in The Hague

Do you want to do a bike tour through the historic centre of The Hague, a challenging ride along the coast, or a bike boat tour? Here’s an overview of the bike tour companies in The Hague and the type of tours they offer.

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Long-distance routes

The national long-distance cycle network (LF routes) is a series of signposted routes intended for cycling holidays. You can pick up some of these routes in The Hague.

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Getting around

Finding your way

A visit to The Hague isn't complete without a bike tour through the city. Here are some tips how to find your way around The Hague.

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Bicycle rental in The Hague

Many people explore the city of The Hague by bike. Renting a bicycle is easy and relatively inexpensive. Where can you rent a bike in The Hague? How does it work?

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Parking your bicycle in The Hague

Tips for parking your bike safely in The Hague. Overview of guarded bike parking facilities in The Hague and Scheveningen.

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Public transport

The Hague has an extensive public transport network. However, bikes are not allowed on the bus or tram. You can use the train to get to and from The Hague with your bike.

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Where to stay

Where to stay in The Hague

Whether you’re looking for a simple bed to sleep in, or want somewhere to pamper yourself after a day outside, there are plenty of places to stay in The Hague. There is also special cyclist-friendly accommodation.

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