Things to do in Lange Voorhout
The L-shaped Lange Voorhout is a street in the old city center of The Hague that is regarded as one of the best urban of town planning in Europe. The road features a wide walking path lined with linden trees that were first planted by Emperor Charles V, inspired the layout of Berlin's great boulevard Unter den Linden.
The particular L-shape design began to take form in the 15th-century and by the 18th-century its shaded avenues were flanked by aristocrat residences. Today the was the Lange Voorhout is home to ambassadors and cultural institutions including the Diligentia theatre and the Escher museum.
Take a stroll along Lange Voorhout to see the historic five-star Hotel Des Indes, old Dutch cafes, book stores and public art monuments. The famous street is also the setting for festivals, exhibitions and an antiques' market.
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