Getting to The Hague by keara

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									Getting to The Hague

From Amsterdam (Schiphol International Airport)
By train
30 minutes from Schiphol Airport to The Hague.

Schiphol station is located directly below the airport. You can purchase train tickets from the
yellow ticket machines near the platforms at Schiphol Plaza. Tickets are also available from the
ticket offices, which are near the red/white-checked cube at Schiphol Plaza. The staff at the
ticket offices can assist with train departure information.

There are direct trains to The Hague (Den Haag Centraal) and during the day these leave every
half hour. The fare (one-way) is approximately 7 € / 11 € (second/first class).

By taxi
Approximately 45 minutes (without traffic) from Schiphol to the Crowne Plaza Den Haag –
Promenade. When you make your reservation with the hotel, also mention that you would like to
be picked up at Schiphol. The hotel will make special arrangements with a driver and costs
approximately 70 €.


From Brussels Airport
Three hour train ride (with one transfer) to The Hague.

From the Brussels Airport, the Airport City Express links the airport with Brussels North
(Brussel Noord/Bruxelles Nord) four times an hour (from 6:00 am until almost midnight). The
fare (one-way) is approximately 3 € / 5 € (second/first class). The train station is located in the
basement (level -1) of the terminal building. From the airport to Brussels North is approximately
fifteen minutes.

Transfer at Brussels North to a train to The Hague (Den Haag HS). Trains to The Hague depart
every hour and the trip is slightly over two hours.

For more information on planning your trip, please visit the Belgian Railways: http://www.b-
rail.be/main/E/

								
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