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Lugares emblemáticos en Scheveningen

Government Building
“The Hague is one of the most special cities in the Netherlands. The city has many beautiful monuments, historic neighborhoods, is located near the most popular resort of Scheveningen and is a wonderful shopping city. In addition to the many sights, The Hague has a large range of restaurants with many restaurants, cafés and terraces for a nice snack and drink! Cafe Momfer de Mol This unique, cozy café has conquered a nice place in the top 100 of Dutch cafés. It is village-like and cozy, for a wide audience, and you can also have a great bite to eat in addition to drinking. Address: Oude Molstraat 19 Havana Havana is a Cuban-style dance café with tasty cocktails, great food and of course swinging music. Havana also has a good terrace, ideal for the summer days. Address: Buitenhof 19 The Black Rider The city café of The Hague. Many legendary bands from The Hague have started performing on the stage where people now eat and drink. This café is for rock and live music lovers. Address: Grote Markt 27 The Haagsche Kluis Today a cozy cafe in beautiful art deco style, but before the war a well-known securities house. You are therefore drinking in the room that used to be the safe ... safe idea right? Address: Plein 20 The Hague Bluf This beautiful grand café has a beautiful roof terrace where you can sit in the sun. Ideal for a cup of coffee, a drink or a delicious meal. Address: Haagse Bluf 3”
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Government Building
“The parliament is seated here, nice old buildings and tourists making pictures. ”
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Sitio histórico
“The Ridderzaal and the whole Binnenhof are open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. for guided tours, all centered on the photogenic Hofvijver Lake. The area is accessible by Tram 10, 16 or 17 to Buitenhof, and costs for guided tours range from 5€ to 8€. The stately Binnenhof courtyard and Ridderzaal reception hall are open to wander for freeAs one of the oldest and most-admired landmark buildings in The Hague, the Ridderzaal makes up part of the medieval Binnenhof (Inner Court) complex, which was built back in the 13th century for the counts of Holland as a hunting lodge. Ridderzaal dominates the great cobbled courtyard and cloistered archways of the Binnenhof”
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