Madurodam is one of the most popular attractions in The Hague. A large open-air park contains a huge amount of The Netherlands in miniature size. The park is located near to the Scheveningen Beach. The park has almost all of the Dutch must-see attractions; Port of Rotterdam, Shiphol Airport, Tulip fields, Windmills, Cheese factories, Cathedrals, Castles, Wooden Clogs, Canals, Binnenhof, Streets of Amsterdam, International Peace Palace and many many more…Read More›
Holi Festival is also known as the festival of colors and the festival of love. The festival is celebrated in the spring It’s origin is in India and Hindu religion, but today also many non-Hindus celebrate it. There are a lot of people from India in The Hague. 15th of March people gathered at Schalk Burgerplein to celebrate the spring. A loud parade lead by a truck with speakers and singers circled the local neighbourhood for couple of hours.Read More›
Westduinpark is kind of a big dune in between the city of Hague and the North Sea. There is a smaller park right next to Westduinpark called Bosjes van Poot. Together these two parks cover 235 hectares. In the area there are many cycling and hiking trails. Westduinpark has also been designated with a Natura 2000 nature protection status. Believe or not, there is also Highland Cattle roaming free in the park.Read More›
Chinese New Year Festival celebration in The Hague 21st of February 2015. Dragon costumes, colorful decorations and constant music playing across the city center. Chinese parade of dragon costumes and musicians circled the center for several hours, stopping from time to time in order to give a show for the crowds. Dragons danced, drummers drummed and fireworks exploded! People seemed to have a good time. Most of the people (including I) watched the festival through smartphones (or lens) most of the time. There was also a small chinese foods and souvenirs market with a band playing. All in all it was a colorful and nice day in the Hague center.Read More›
Who, what, where?
Okey, let’s get this blogging strarted! Hi, my name is Aleksi and this blog is mainly about my Erasmus+ exchange studies from City of Lappeenranta in Finland to The Hague in The Netherlands. I’m currently studying Business Administration Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) where I was given a great possibility of exchange studies. From several potential exchange location I chose The Hague, the capital of the province of South-Holland and the seat of government.Read More›