Cities in The Hague region

Although the city of The Hague may be the most widely recognised, it’s not the only city in the region. The surrounding area is home to several other cities, including Delft, Rijswijk, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Wassenaar, and Voorschoten. With their own characteristics and personality, each of the cities offers a different way of life. Among them are numerous cultural hotspots, nature areas, and work and education opportunities. There is also a wide variety of housing options, including family-friendly suburbs, elegant, historic apartment buildings, and modern city living in high-rises. This diversity means that, if you’re looking to relocate, there are many great options to choose from. And The Hague is also well connected to other major cities in the Netherlands (known as the Randstad). Easily accessible by car or public transport are the cities of Rotterdam, Utrecht, and the Dutch capital, Amsterdam. 

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Living in Delft

Find out what it’s like to live in Delft, by The Hague region. With plenty of history and cultural hotspots, the city is popular among tourists and students.

Living in Rijswijk

Looking to live in a quaint town with lots of greenery and amenities in The Hague region? Rijswijk has it all.

Living in Wassenaar

Find out what life is like in the affluent and picturesque town of Wassenaar, where green parks, the beach, and a lively town centre are all within reach.

Living in Leidschendam-Voorburg

Find out what life is like in the municipality of Leidschendam-Voorburg, home to what is believed to be the oldest city in the Netherlands.

Living in Voorschoten

Find out what it’s like to live in Voorschoten as an international in the Netherlands. This well-connected area is situated between Leiden and The Hague.