The Hague can be reached in a variety of ways: by air, by train or by road. There are 2 major international airports at under 45 minutes travel time from The Hague. Rotterdam is less than 30 kilometres from The Hague and Amsterdam is approximately 60 kilometres. Major cities close to The Hague moreover, include Brussels, London and Paris, and there are trains to all major destinations. Public transportation is excellent in and around The Hague.
The international airports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam The Hague are just short distances away from The Hague and are easily accessible by car and public transport. Since recently there is a new shuttle service from Rotterdam The Hague Airport to The Hague.
The Hague has two international and well-equipped train stations. Trains from Hollands Spoor Station leave for Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Belgium and France. Trains for Utrecht and Germany leave from The Hague Central Station. Both train stations operate a direct service to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (duration: 30 minutes).
By road, taxi’s
It is possible to hail a taxi in the street but you will also find special taxi ranks at the train stations and throughout the city. Alternatively, order a taxi by telephone. Fares are calculated on a basic rate, plus a fixed rate for each kilometre travelled. No special night rates apply in The Hague.
By road, public transport
The Hague boasts an excellent public transport. Over 30 bus and tram lines will quickly and safely take you to your destinations in The Hague and the beach area’s Scheveningen and Kijkduin. RandstadRail offers excellent light rail connections to Zoetermeer and Rotterdam.