The Dutch royal family has three official palaces and this is one of them. Unfortunately it is not open to visit and the best you can do is to walk around it.
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once can see only a narrow section of the palace from outside. But we admired the walk over red carpet passing shops and street crowded with people. Near the statue in from of the gate of the palace you can see a market with many...More
.. as this is a closed palace. Behind iron railings, the white stone façade looks pretty enough and is just as it is in the photos. We came across this accidentally to be honest as its not worth going out of your way for.
It is great that in the summer months the Dutch royals let the public visit this palace. And next to that you can even digitally wander through the beautiful rooms of this palace through Streetview. Thanks!
This is one of the royal palaces, and will soon be the King's working palace, so it is not accessible to public. The area is nice though, and so is the view of the palace.
Located very centrally. Nooreinde Palace is a very imposing structure. Closed off by a high fence, we could only marvel at the beautiful exterior. Passed while walking in the central shopping area.
As a working palace one can only view through the gates, the palace garden to the rear is a pretty average park with a pond and some interesting sculptures, but a useful pick nick spot on this side of the town.
Strolling along the way to the from the palace is what really what worth the trip, otherwise, there is not much to see there as the palace is closed and the only thing you can see is the entrance gate. If you are looking for...More
When our Greeter told us that we were going to the Royal Palace , we expected something like Buckingham Palace in London so we were a bit disappointed to see the size and the simplicity of this building . Fortunately our guide was able to...More
This is one of those places you must take some photos of when you visit Den Haag as a tourist. It's a very pretty building that serves as a royal residence. However they don't do tours or even let tourists past the big iron gates....More