Travelling to The Hague
There are two international airports close to The Hague, the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam-The Hague Airport.
Amsterdam Schiphol is the 4th largest airport in Europe and operates direct connections to around 320 destinations.
Rotterdam-The Hague offers direct flight connections to about 40 European destinations.
The Hague has two international train stations, Den Haag
Centraal and Hollands Spoor Station (HS). From/to both train stations, there is a direct train connection with Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (30-40 minutes' travel).
All participants are responsible for their own flight bookings - according to their personal preferences. Travel organisation is not arranged by Central Coordination.
Participants are kindly asked to make their travel arrangements well in
advance to avoid disappointments and to ensure flight and accommodation
Public Transportation to the Meeting Venue
The World Forum is located between The Hague city center and the sea, in
the Statenkwartier area, which is the international zone of The Hague.
The two closest tram stations are about 5 minutes' walk from the World
Forum: the tram no. 1 stop at "World Forum (Noord)" or tram no. 17 stop
If you are coming from The Hague's main train stations (Hollands Spoor or Den Haag Centraal), you can use one of the direct tram and bus lines to the World Forum.
For a better orientation, please see the map below.
2517 JW The Hague
1. World Forum
2. Tram stop 'World Forum (Noord)'
3. Tram stop 'Statenplein'