Travellers flying to The Hague will arrive at Rotterdam The Hague Airport, which is 23 kilometres from the city centre. However, there are no direct intercontinental flights to Rotterdam The Hague Airport, requiring passengers to connect from a major airport. Direct flights to the Hague arrive from many European cities and London City Airport in the UK, these flights are operated by British Airways and Cityjet. London Heathrow is around 1.5 hours from London City Airport by train. Major airlines with flights from the US, Canada and Australia to Heathrow include American Airlines, Air Canada and Qantas. Bus route 33 travels between Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Meijersplein Metro Station every 10 minutes, the journey takes 10 minutes. From there, Metro line E takes 30 minutes to get to Den Haag, Centraal Station. Public transport runs until around midnight.
The Hague is a cosmopolitan city which appeals to tourists, locals, families and business travellers alike. The Peace Palace is home to the U.N. International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court. In addition to being an important global centre, The Hague is a modern seaside town which also has many historical sights. Scheveningen is a popular resort area which has a Sea Life centre and a sculpture garden. The New Church and the Royal Theatre display some of the city's most beautiful architecture. Families can enjoy thrills at Duinrell Amusement Park and Swimming Pool or a more relaxed and educational time at Madurodam Miniature Theme Park. The Hague Market is the biggest of its kind in Europe, with around 500 outdoor stalls selling food, clothing and much more.