Peace Palace Tours

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One of the Netherlands’ most famous buildings and the crowning glory of The Hague, the Peace Palace, or Vredespaleis, serves as a symbol of the country’s key role in international law and order. Built between 1907 and 1913 by Andrew Carnegie, the grand palace is home to the United Nations’ International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Law Academy and the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), making it an important center of global peace.

The building itself, an imposing neo-renaissance structure constructed from Belgian stone and Dutch red brick, is notable for its opulent interiors, designed to embody the ‘grand idea of world peace’ and featuring an exquisite art collection and furnishings imported from around the world. Guided tours of the palace make popular day trips from nearby Rotterdam and Amsterdam, whisking visitors around the chambers, the Peace Palace Library, the palace museum and the picturesque gardens.
Address: Carnegieplein 2, 2517 KJ, The Hague, Netherlands
Hours: Tues–Sun 10am–4pm
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Small-Group Day Trip to Rotterdam, Delft and The Hague from Amsterdam Including Spido Boat Tour

Discover the delights of Holland on a full-day small-group tour to Rotterdam, The Hague and Delft from Amsterdam. Admire the scenic Dutch countryside as you travel by luxury minivan to Rotterdam, a charming city replete with cutting-edge architecture and quaint waterways. After enjoying a lengthy Spido boat tour, head to the cultural town of Delft to see a selection of enchanting sights and delve into local Dutch traditions. Conclude at political powerhouse, The Hague, and see grand government buildings shrouded in history before returning to Amsterdam.
  • Duration: 9 hours
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  • Duration: 9 hours

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