The Hague exudes culture, and certainly from September when the cultural season bursts wide open. After a weekend break inThe Hague you can cross Vermeer, Rembrandt and Mondriaan off your list. You can also tick off modern dance, a literary festival, visit to thePeacePalace or a tour of the House of Representatives.
The cultural season opens in September, when you can immerse yourself in the creativity on show at various museums during 48 Hours ofThe Hague: including Museum Night and UIT Festival.
Peace and justice
The Hague is an international city of peace and justice. Every day, thousands of people work in the city to create a better world. During the Peace Run and Open House at international organizations you can experience what peace and justice means to the city, the world and to you.
The Hague is a Royal city and this is again apparent in September. Traditionally, Prince's Day takes place on the third Tuesday in September. In 2014, this will be taking place for the 200th time. The day is bursting with tradition. From the Golden Carriage and briefcase to the King's speech and hat parade. Tip: come a few days earlier and see the Cavalry Escort of Honour practising on the beach or listen to the military band during a public lunch concert.