Cheap Flights to The Hague from £34

Cheap round-trip flights to The Hague

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British Airways

Flying in to Rotterdam The Hague Airport means that you are close to two of the biggest cities in the Netherlands. There is a lot to see, do and experience in Rotterdam, as well as The Hague. Whatever you are looking for, you are sure to find it in the wide range of hotels that are offered in the Rotterdam and The Hague area.

Hotels Near Rotterdam The Hague Airport

There are a few hotels close to Rotterdam The Hague Airport, but most hotels are situated in the city centres. There is a wide variety of hotels, so you can book a hotel that fits your preferences. By staying in the city, you make sure you have everything you need. No need for long bus rides to visit popular touristic attractions or to get downtown.

Popular Sights Around Rotterdam

When staying in one of the cities there is no time for boredom; there is so much to see and do. Rotterdam is known for its modern architecture - highlights include the Erasmus Bridge over the River Maas, the Central Station and the cube houses at Station Blaak. After admiring the cube houses, make sure you turn around 180 degrees and visit the Markthal. The indoor food market is world renowned for its extraordinary building and offers food of all kinds. Looking for a bit of history in the middle of this modern city? Sit down with a beer at one of the terraces in Delfshaven and soak in the atmosphere.

Popular Attractions Around The Hague

Go shopping on the Prinsenstraat and Oude Molstraat. Get a tan at the beach at Scheveningen or have a drink on the boulevard. Admire world famous art at one of the museums, like Vermeer’s Girl With The Pearl Earring at Mauritshuis. Learn more about the Netherlands and its history at Madurodam, where you can see the whole country in scale; Paleis Noordeinde, where the king handles his stately business; and Binnenhof, where the local government is based.

Hotel Facilities in Rotterdam and The Hague

Use Expedia’s search function to book your perfect hotel close to Rotterdam and The Hague Airport for the ultimate travel convenience.

Frequently asked questions

Where can I learn more about changing or cancelling my flight to The Hague?
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How do I find cheap flights to The Hague that have flexible change policies?
Many airlines offer the option to reschedule your flight without a change fee. All you pay is the difference between the original flight and the new flight you select. When you’re searching for flights to The Hague, you’ll see a “no change fees” filter for you to select.
Can I fly to The Hague now?
Head to the Covid-19 Travel Advisor to learn about current travel restrictions to The Hague before flying in. Everything from quarantine requirements to health authority information is constantly updated here to help you stay informed.
What is the name of The Hague's airport?
Schiphol Airport (AMS) is the most well-known airport in The Hague. There are a few other airports in the region, so be sure to pick the correct one when booking your flights.
How far is Amsterdam Airport Schiphol from central The Hague?
The journey from Schiphol Airport (AMS) to downtown The Hague is fairly long. You’ll need to travel 25 miles before you can drop your bags at your hotel in the city.
What airport is best to fly into The Hague?
Jump off the plane at Schiphol Airport (AMS) and you’ll be 25 miles from the centre of town. Rotterdam Airport (RTM-Rotterdam The Hague) also welcomes many people to The Hague. It’s 10 miles from the city centre.
How many airlines fly to The Hague?
There are 74 airlines connecting The Hague to 245 airports across the globe.
Which airlines fly to The Hague?
KLM and British Airways operate the most flights to The Hague. One of the most preferred ways to travel there is with a KLM flight leaving from London.
How many nonstop flights are there to The Hague?
With approximately 3583 nonstop flights every week, you’ll be hitting the runway in The Hague before you can say, “Are we there yet?”
Where are the most popular flights to The Hague departing from?
The most popular flights to The Hague take off from Ashford, Sutton and Ciutat Vella airports.
How long is the flight to The Hague Airport?
If you’re flying to The Hague from Ashford, you’ll have a flight duration of 3 hours and 34 minutes. Those leaving from Sutton can expect to be in the air for 2 hours and 45 minutes. From Ciutat Vella it’s approximately 2 hours and 24 minutes away.
How to book the cheapest flight to The Hague?
Don’t leave booking your flight to The Hague until the last moment. That’s one trick savvy jet-setters use to get the best prices. Booking in advance means more choices and cheaper flights. Also, do some online research and compare your options. If your destination has more than one airport, you may be able to pick up a fantastic price by flying into one a little farther out. Finally, another simple way to save a few dollars is be ready to book fast. If you come across a good deal, don’t hold off — grab it while you’ve got the chance.
How to survive the flight to The Hague?
We’ve got the lowdown on how to make your journey as stress-free as possible. Follow our tips and you’ll be hightailing it through the airport and discovering The Hague in next to no time.What to pack in your hand luggage:

  • The secret to having an awesome flight experience is to be prepared. So, let’s start with the essentials: passport, official ID, cash and vital medications. Next, bring on board items that’ll help while away those hours, like your laptop or a thrilling book. You’ll also want to pack your chargers, a neck pillow and a pair of headphones. Last but not least, don’t forget to toss in toiletry items like a toothbrush, cleansing wipes and a spare change of clothes.

Do not pack the following items in your hand luggage:

  • Check carefully that you don’t have a sharp object lurking in one of the compartments of your carry-on luggage. Other banned items include flammable or explosive goods, such as fuel and fireworks, and gels and liquids in containers larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).

What to wear on a flight:

  • Comfort really should be your main priority when choosing what to wear on your flight. Consider your footwear with care too, as swollen ankles and feet are quite common. Flat shoes which are slightly roomy are your best bet.
  • Most travellers have heard about DVT (deep vein thrombosis), a blood clotting condition caused by long periods of sitting. There’s plenty you can do to lower your risk. Don a pair of compression tights or socks, drink lots of water and remember to keep your legs and feet moving. Walk around the cabin when possible or perform some stretches in your seat.

How to get through airport security fast when flying to The Hague?
The secret is to be prepared before you arrive at security. That way, you’ll be stepping onto that plane to The Hague in no time flat. Follow these tips and get your holiday off to a great start:

  • First things first. Your boarding pass and travel ID will need to be inspected by airport security personnel. Have them easily accessible so you don’t hold up the queue.
  • Your belt, coat, keys and other contents of your pockets, like your earphones, will need to go through the X-ray machine. Make your life easier by removing them as your turn draws near.
  • Your electronic gadgets like laptops and phones will also have to go through the machine for inspection. Don’t worry though, you’ll be back online before you know it.
  • Remove liquids and gels from your hand luggage. They often need to be sent through the X-ray machine separately. Each item should be in a container no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and everything must fit inside a quart-size (one litre), clear zip-close bag.
  • It’s also likely that you’ll need to remove your shoes to be X-rayed, so wearing slip-on shoes is always a good idea.
  • Airlines will not allow any sharp objects in your carry-on baggage. If you must bring these kinds of items, check them in.

Flights to The Hague information
Destination AirportThe Hague
Destination Airport IATA codeAMS