Located in South Holland, The Hague has an important geopolitical location. With a population of approximately 500 thousand the city has a well-developed judiciary system. The city has a warm and temperate climate, with significant rainfall. Even the driest months receive a lot of rainfall. The average annual temperature in The Hague is 18.3 degrees Celsius.
The city’s most important historic structures and main attractions include Madurodam, Binnenhof, the Ridderzaal, Escher Museum, the Peace Palace, Louwman Museum, Noordeinde Palace, the painting Panorama Mesdag, Museum Meermanno, and the Museum Bredius. The Hague offers traditional food, a variety of choices from international cuisine, and fast-food options. Menus feature a lot of pork dishes prepared with different cooking techniques. Many streets in the city center feature venues ideal for leisure and shopping. The Hague hosts a number of music festivals that attract thousands of tourists every year. These festivals also feature various events, providing non-stop entertainment for participants. Rotterdam The Hague Airport is shared with Rotterdam but people traveling to The Hague seem to prefer taking the train to the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and flying from there.