Travelling to The Hague
The Hague can easily be reached from anywhere in the world. The city is located in one of the most accessible regions of Europe and has an excellent direct connection with two international airports and several train stations. Moreover, The Hague has environmental friendly public transport that makes it easy to find your way.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport
Rotterdam The Hague Airport is a comfortable and easy regional airport, situated at approximately six miles from the city centre. Travel times between the airport and the city are excellent: fifteen minutes by taxi and twenty minutes by public transport (airport shuttle & metro) to Rotterdam Central Station. At the Airport, flights are continually landing from major cities of neighbouring countries. Serving 40 destinations, Rotterdam The Hague Airport has regular flight connections to many major European cities with national and low-cost carriers.
You can reach The Hague by public transport in 45 minutes. By car it will take about 30 minutes.
Schiphol International Airport is the most user friendly airport in the world and the 5th largest of Europe. It has already repeatedly earned the accolade of being the world’s favourite airport. Schiphol is a major international hub and the gateway to Europe.
You can reach The Hague by train within 30 minutes. If you take a car you reach the city within 35 minutes. At the airport you can take a taxi at the official taxi stand.
Getting to the World Forum
The Hague Central Station (CS)
From The Hague Central Station (CS) take tram no. 16 to World Forum. You get off at the Statenplein stop (8 minutes’ walk).
The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS)
From The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS) take tram no. 1 (direction Scheveningen Noord and get off at the World Forum (noord) stop. The walk is roughly 5 minutes to World Forum.
For directions by car and more information about parking, visit the World Forum website .