The Hague, The Netherlands

The Hague will form the backdrop for a dynamic conference and enjoyable social events.

Consisting of Scheveningen, Kijkduin with the Zuiderstrand in between, this 11 kilometer of coastline dedicated to The Hague area gives the city something extra compared to other Dutch cities. The breathtaking view of the horizon, the fresh sea air and the surfers give it a special holiday feeling throughout all the seasons.

With the most historic sites per square meter in The Netherlands, The Hague oozes culture and history. This city has a prominent place in both Europe and the world. Visit The Hague monuments such as the Binnenhof, Noordeinde Palace, and the Peace Palace.

The Hague is the seat of the Dutch government and the Supreme Court. It is also home to the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, and various other important international organisations.


A more easily accessible location does not exist. The Hague Conference Centre is situated right next to The Hague Central Station, in the heart of the city of peace and justice. There are ample parking facilities and the travel time to and from major international airports is only 30 minutes.

You can use this link (in English) to help find your way around The Netherlands by public transportation (train, bus, metro, tram).



Preferred Hotel Reservations is the official housing agent for GET 2022. We negotiated special rates and conditions at the hotels listed below for participants of GET 2022.

Please refer to the dedicated EAGE GET 2022 hotel website to plan your stay in The Hague. Please note that the services of the hotel booking partner are extra services and it is not obligatory to use them.

Book by 23 October 2022!

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