The Hague is not only the administrative centre of the Netherlands where the royal and government residences are situated. This is also the fourth most important city of the UN because the headquarters of many of its institutions, such as the International tribunal, are situated here.
An individual tour in English will help you spend time in the city as interesting as possible. You can find a wide range of tour programs in the Hague, which will help you not get lost in a huge number of attractions, on the website of Excurzilla.
For example, during the highlight tour you can explore the architecture of the city where buildings of the thirteenth century are harmoniously combined with ultra-modern buildings, visit the central square of Plein, the Peace Palace, the residence of the Dutch Parliament of the Binnenhof with the Hall of Knights of the 13th century and an old Neo-Gothic fountain, the official residence of the king of the Netherlands of Noordeinde Palace, and other interesting places. In the meantime an English-speaking guide will answer all your questions about the city and country.