The Hague Conference Centre is very easy to reach by public transport or by car. There are extensive parking facilities under the building and the station is next door. The beautiful city centre can be reached on foot within a few minutes.
The Hague Conference Centre is adjacent to The Hague Central Station, so that you can easily reach us. In the station, follow the signs towards the Koningin Julianaplein exit and you walk straight into the New Babylon building, where The Hague Conference Centre is situated. If you use public transport for your journey, we advise planning your journey via NS.nl. The 9292ov.nl site can also tell you which buses or trams you can take.
With a direct train connection from Schiphol or the Rotterdam The Hague Airport you will arrive at The Hague Central Station within 30 minutes. There is also a good connection from Rotterdam The Hague Airport to The Hague Conference Centre. You can also take bus number 33 and at Meijersplein transfer to the RandstadRail metro line E, which will bring you directly to The Hague Central Station. Would you prefer to take a taxi? Then you will also arrive at The Hague Conference Centre within 30 minutes.
The Hague Conference Centre is situated next to Utrechtsebaan and is easily reachable by car via the A4 and A12 motorways. From the A12 you can park in the Q-Park CS New Babylon. This garage has 1,246 parking spaces available and is open 24/7. Direct access to the entrance of The Hague Conference Centre is available by means of a lift.
A taxi from Schiphol to The Hague Conference Centre costs around 75 Euros. A taxi from Rotterdam The Hague Airport costs around 40 Euros.
The Q-Park CS car park is situated under The Hague Conference Centre, with entrances on Prinses Irenestraat and Prins Willem Alexanderweg. This provides 1,246 parking spaces.
There is free supervised bicycle parking, run by Biesieklette, nearby the Hague Central Station. Click here for an overview of all bicycle parking. Costs are only incurred if your bicycle is parked for longer than one day. Motorcyclists park at Q-Park. See: parking facilities.
The Q-Park under The Hague Conference Centre has six parking spaces for the disabled. There is a lift to the entrance of the conference centre. Lifts are also present in the building, as well as toilets for the disabled.