The Hague is rich in architectural contrasts. In the parliament area, the offices of the civil servants reach high into the skyline of the Hague. Built by world-renowned architects.
Richard Meier’s highly modern town hall with its snow-white facade is therefore called the Ice Palace. Benthem Crouwels architects built Central Station.
But The Hague is also a formally designed city with beautiful squares and parks. And many historical buildings, palaces and churches.
An impression of the architectural contrasts in the Hague you’ll see during our combined Delft and the Hague tour.