Greet your guide at a central The Hague location at a time that suits your schedule. Adapt your flexible itinerary according to your interests and then embark on an explorative stroll of the Dutch city.
As you stroll past monuments like the Tower of Rutte and the International Court of Justice, listen to fascinating facts surrounding the historical and political significance of The Hague from your expert guide.
Admire the majestic façade of Noordeinde Palace; delve into the gruesome history of the Court of Holland’s former prison at the Prison Gate Museum; and visit Square 1813 to discover the grand quadrangle dominated by the 19th-century Monument of Independence.
We stop to visit the Girl with a Pearl Earring at the Maurtishuis(museum)
Continue to Hague City Hall to capture photographs of the grandiose building, and then head to the Peace Palace visitors center where you will have an audio guide to take you through the visitors center. Learn about the laws of international justice and the role Carnegie played in developing this building. Then stroll back to the tour’s original departure point and bid your guide farewell.
Remember the guides work under donations. Only we ask €1 booking costs per person. Feel free to tip the guide after the tour!