Den Haag Centraal and Den Haag Holland Spoor are the two major stations in The Hague. Most international trains stop at Holland Spoor while the Centraal serves as an arrival and termination point for local train networks. Passengers travelling from London can board a Eurostar at London's St Pancras Station and switch trains at Brussels Midi Station. Daily, high-speed trains run by Thalys, with a change at Rotterdam, and the direct Intercity transport visitors to the Spoor station at regular intervals. The Spoor is close to the city centre and provides easy access to different locations through cycle rental, trams, buses, taxi hire and car rentals.
The Hague is the seat of the Netherlands government and home to the Dutch royal family. The city is filled with architectural marvels, as many European and international institutions are located here. The Peace Palace is known for its Flemish building design as well as the works of art ranging from German gates to Turkish carpets. It houses the International Criminal Court that handles cases with international implications. Take a tram ride to nearby Scheveningen, rated as one among top beaches in Netherlands.
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