Palace vehicles are regularly seen in the vicinity of Denneweg.
Royal shopping in the heart of the monarchy is self-evident in the Court District surrounding Noordeinde Palace. Stay in one of the many luxurious hotels in the beautiful historic city centre.
Pamper yourself with a night or two at the monumental Hotel Des Indes, the tastefully decorated Palace Hotel or the lovely Parkhotel.
The Binnenhof (inner courtyard) is in the centre of the town.
King Willem Alexander and Queen Máxima are known as lovers of Hague restaurants.
The First Chamber of the Dutch Parliament (the reviewing body, like the House of Lords in the UK) meets here, and the Second Chamber (the main law-making body, like the House of Commons) is in a modern building nearby. Escher (1898-1972) was a Dutch graphic artist who is famous for his works feature tessellations (repeating patterns) and impossible objects.
The Ridderzaal (Hall of Knights) is the oldest part of the Binnenhof, built in a Gothic style in the 13th century. In September the Dutch king or queen (currently Queen Beatrix) rides into the Binnenhof in a golden coach to open the new session of the Dutch Parliament. He used a variety of printing methods, including woodcuts, lithographs and mezzotints.
The Hague is a royal city with a high feel-good factor.
After all, you might spontaneously encounter members of the Royal Family on the street or in one of 'their' stores.
The Escher Museum (Escher in het Paleis) opened in The Hague in 2002, inside a former palace.