The Hague (Dutch: Den Haag) is the third largest city in the Netherlands, after Amsterdam and Rotterdam, with a population of 4,85,818 and an area of approximately 100 km². It is located in the west of the Netherlands.
The Hague is also the seat of over 150 international organizations, including the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court. It is one of the major cities of the UN, along with New York and Geneva.
The Indian movie Hum Tum directed by Kunal Kohli was filmed here in 2004.
Public transportPublic transport in the Hauge consist of a Tram and Bus routes.A regional rail system connects The Hague to nearby cities Zoetermeer and Rotterdam.There are two main train stations in The Hague: Den Haag Hollands Spoor (HS) and Den Haag Centraal Station (CS), only 1.5 km distant from each other.The international Benelux trains to Brussels is connected to only at Hollands Spoor. Centraal Station does, however, offer good connections with the rest of the country, with direct services to most major cities, for instance Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht.
The Hague shares an airport with Rotterdam. It can be reached from Central Station by regional Rail Line with an Airport Shuttle to and from Meijersplein Station. However, with several direct trains per hour are there from the railway stations Hollands Spoor and Centraal. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is more frequently used by people travelling to and from The Hague by air.
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