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Postal address
P.O. Box 11717
2502 AS The Hague
The Netherlands

Visiting address
Laan van Meerdervoort 70
2517 AN The Hague
The Netherlands

Tel       + 31 (0)70 - 392 6700
Fax      + 31 (0)70 - 392 6550
E-mail   office@nhc.nl


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Public transport

From The Hague Central Station take tram 17 (direction Statenkwartier) and get off at Van Speijkstraat or take bus 24 (direction Kijkduin) and get off at Laan van Meerdervoort.

 

From train station The Hague HS/Hollands Spoor take tram 1 (direction Scheveningen Noorderstrand) and get off at Vredespaleis (Peace Palace) or tram 17 (direction Statenkwartier) and get off at Van Speijkstraat.

 

Laan van Meerdervoort 70 is a 5 minute walk from either tram stop and a two minute walk from the bus stop.

You will find our office on the 4th flour in the Bertha von Suttner building.

 

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By car
Travelling from Amsterdam on the A4 or from Rotterdam on the A13, at Clausplein clover leaf, switch to the A12 direction The Hague. At the end of the A12 (heading northwest) turn left onto Zuid Hollandlaan. Turn right onto Koningskade (which becomes the Raamweg). Take the third street (third traffic light) to the left onto Laan Copes van Cattenburgh (which becomes Burgemeester Patijnlaan). At the third trafic light follow the road around the Peace Palace (Carnegielaan). Continue following the road until the crossing with the Laan van Meerdervoort. Turn left onto the Laan van Meerdervoort. After 100 meters you will find the Bertha von Suttner building on your right at number 70.

 

From Utrecht continue on the A12 into The Hague. At the end of the A12 (heading northwest) turn left onto Zuid Hollandlaan. Turn right onto Koningskade (which becomes the Raamweg). Take the third street (third traffic light) to the left onto Laan Copes van Cattenburgh (which becomes Burgemeester Patijnlaan). At the third trafic light follow the road around the Peace Palace (Carnegielaan). Continue following the road until the crossing with the Laan van Meerdervoort. Turn left onto the Laan van Meerdervoort. After 100 meters you will find the Bertha von Suttner building on your right at number 70.

Parking
Parking on the streets around the Laan van Meerdervoort is metered. Be sure to observe the meter times.

 

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