The Hague is conveniently accessed from anywhere in the world, located close to two international airports and various train stations.
Schiphol Airport (AMS)
Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is the main international airport in The Netherlands, operating flights from more than 350 destinations worldwide. The airport is located south of Amsterdam, about 44 kilometers from The Hague.
To & From Schiphol
There are frequent direct trains from the airport arrivals terminal into The Hague Central Station. The trip is about 30 minutes.
Tickets are purchased in the arrival's hall, then the trains depart one level down. Check the monitors for departure information.
Taxis are available outside the arrival's halls, follow the yellow signs to reach the official taxi stand. Taxis run on a meter and can be paid with cash or credit cards.
Rotterdam The Hague Airport (RTM)
Rotterdam The Hague Airport is a smaller airport with flights from around 40 European destinations. The airport is located 26 kilometers from the city centre of The Hague.
To & From Rotterdam The Hague Airport
Public transport is the easiest option to get to and from the airport. From the airport bus station, take Bus Line 33 towards Meijersplien. At the last stop, take the metro rail line E towards The Hague Central. The trip is about 45 minutes.
The IB encourages participants to consider traveling by international train. The Hague is well connected to cities in all neighboring countries. Please check your national train service website for information on international tickets.
Public transport in The Hague
The Hague has an outstanding public transportation system, which makes it easy to find your way around the city. For more information please visit the Hague's transport website.
The conference venue, World Forum, is within walking distance of various tram stops.
From Den Haag Centraal (The Hague Central Station), take tram line 1 (direction Scheveningen Noord) and get off at the stop ‘’World Forum’’.
From The Hague HS (Hollands Spoor), take tram line 16 (direction Statenkwartier) and get off at the ‘’Statenplein’’ stop.
Plan your routes easily via this public transport route planner.