We must have spent around half an hour just walking around the outside and taking photos. Oh my word. It is stunning. It's also really quiet, at least when we went, so you can look at it all without feeling trapped in a crowd. The...More
About Binnenhof & Ridderzaal (Inner Court & Hall of the Knights)
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Located next to the Hofvijer, the Binennh houses the the government quarter of the Hague and houses the Dutch houses of Parliament and other government offices. The Ridderzaal stands in the center of the cobbled courtyard of the Binnenhof and is the most important building...More
The 'Binnenhof' (inner court) and the 'Ridderzaal' (hall of Knights) are part of the political center of Holland. There is also the 'Torentje' (little tower), where the Dutch premier has his office.
The entire area in and around Biennenhof is beautiful. The buildings are very well maintained, historical and old taking you back in time. I visited thrice during my stay in Hague and absolutely loved it. The area has a 'fresh' feel to it. From what...More
even though we did not take a tour - the buildings themselves are worth a visit to admire as the architecture is beautiful. don't miss the "lake" outside with fountain and "island".
Enjoyed a tour of the binnenhof on the day we arrived in The Hague. Surprisingly accessible building and very understated. Tour guide was really informative and answered some tricky questions very diplomatically. Makes me realise most western countries are all just trying hard to make...More
Next to the Mauritshuis museum, a beautiful walk around the parliament building and grounds, great for pictures.