10-11 November 2011, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Thursday 10 November 2011, 08.450 - 17.15 hours
The Hague; Binnenhof and Mauritshuis
Half an hour away from Rotterdam, on the North Sea coast, you find a unique city. Not only the residence of the nation's royal head of state and the government, but also the world's city of justice and peace; The Hague. In addition, The Hague has been synonymous with world class painting for centuries.
The programme includes a visit to the Binnenhof, the political centre of The Netherlands, as well as the Mauritshuis Museum (www.mauritshuis.nl) and Pulchri Studio (www.pulchri.nl), both famous for their fabulous art. The day will be ended with shopping in "The Passage", the only remaining example in Holland in this type of covered shopping streets, popular in major European and American cities in the second half of the 19th century.
We will meet at the Manhattan Hotel at 08.45 and take the 09.02 train to The Hague. We will be back in Rotterdam at 17.15 hours.
The participation fee for this tour is € 55.00 (excl. VAT). It includes return train ticket to The Hague, lunch, coffee, entrance fees and guide.
For the detailed time-table click CEDA Dredging Days 2011 Partners Programme
*All buildings that will be visited are used by the Dutch Parliament. It might be possible that one or more buildings are closed for guided tours.
Cost per person: € 55.00 (excl. VAT)
Please note: CEDA reserves the right to adjust or change the programme as necessary.
Last update: 25 November 2011