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My review is honestly not for this landmark itself but for the Hague, and oh about it! Whether it is walking through its narrow streets, wide streets, parks, squares, shopping and restaurant streets, the hague was honestly part of why i loved the Netherlands! Go...More
Lange Voorhout can be visited in the weekends when there is an open air book and antique market, but also enjoyed during week days to relax, stroll and dream away under the trees. The Hague used to have summer sculpture exhibitions here with international artists....More
All my life I have heard of The Hague a mysterious place on just about every international law enforcement show I watch so I had to go. Exceeded expectations plus had amazing sights like Lange Voorhout. Also it was close to the beach. Amazing.
The Hague is a green City, no doudt. With a L shape with Hotel des Indes at one side and the Escher Museum at the other side, Lange Voorhout is worth a walk along its 18th century buildings. It is not far away from Binnenhof...More
Situated close to museums (Escher in the Palace and Mauritshuis), the tall leafy trees and wide footpath make for a lovely relaxing walk in the middle of The Hague - you almost forget that you are in the middle of a city.