The Hague

Why we have chosen The Hague as our host city

As the International City of Peace and Justice, The Hague is the perfect place for entrepreneurs who want to work towards creating a better world.


In order to support impact entrepreneurs and drive innovation, both in the start-up and growth phase, the city deploys an active policy under the name of ImpactCity. 


With the mission of ‘doing good & doing business’, a lively ecosystem has developed throughout the city consisting of NGO’s, innovative start-ups, scale-ups, knowledge institutions, impact investors, social enterprises and thousands of creative entrepreneurs.


World Bio Markets is proud to be partnering with ImpactCity and both parties believe this is the start of a very exciting relationship.


Find out more about ImpactCity here.

Things to do in The Hague

Did you know that The Hague is the largest city by the sea in the Netherlands and the greenest city in Europe… and there is plenty to do outside of World Bio Markets.


The city of peace and justice. The city of the cosmopolitan and the beach. From new styles to old masters. From shops to palaces. From exotic cuisines to Dutch fishing harbours. From international jurisdiction to street savvy. The Hague will captivate you with its modern skyline combined with beautiful historical and royal buildings in the city centre. 


Extend your stay and make the most of visiting this beautiful city by ticking off our top 10 things to do.


Everyone is always looking for a restaurant recommendation when they visit a new city… well look no further and scan our 10 restaurants you will love.


There are countless things to experience in The Hague and you can find them all here… we hope you enjoy exploring this wonderful city.

How to get to The Hague

From Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to The Hague Central Station by train:

It takes an average of 37 minutes to travel from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to The Hague Central Station (Den Hagg Centraal) and costs approximately 9 EUR.


A train departs every 15 minutes from Schiphol Airport to The Hague Central Station (Den Haag Centraal). 


The train always departs from platform 5 or 6. 

You can plan your journey here.

From Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to The Hague Central Station by taxi:


A taxi ride from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to The Hague Central Station (Den Haag Centraal) takes approximately 45 minutes depending on the traffic and costs between 90 EUR – 120 EUR.


We have partnered with Preferred Hotel Reservations who provide a dedicated hotel booking service for business people visiting The Hague.


A number of hotels have been selected to meet all budgets that are either close to the venue or in the city centre.


Click here to book your hotel