Everyone is welcome at The Feel at Home Fair.

It’s the biggest gathering of the international community in the Netherlands: over 4000 people and more than 100 nationalities come together to share their experience of life in Holland and make connections locally.

Those connections can be made through business, culture, sport, nationality or religion. Any shared interest, concern or desire to learn which brings like-minded people together–to work, socialise, exercise, learn a new skill… or simply to relax.

You’ll find 150 diverse exhibitors with entertainment and activities to suit every age. Enjoy a full programme of performances on the podium and animations on Central Park. Get a bird’s eye view of the action from the balcony of the International Food Court, or catch up with friends in the downstairs bar or café. For a more in depth view, there are Free Workshops on topics ranging from setting up a business to networking and adapting to a new culture.

Entry is free for pre-registered visitors. You can reserve up to 4 Free Tickets per order using the following link:

 

FREE TICKETS

Visitors without tickets on the day on the day of the Fair will pay a small charge for entry, which will be given to our sponsored charity, to be announced later this month.

The Fair is a meeting point for the entire international community to come together with the local population to share knowledge and the secrets behind making the most of our time in The Hague, whether it is for a few days, weeks, months or many years.

The internet is great for finding information, but our Fair is about putting people in touch with one another.

The Fair will be held in the heart of the city at The Hague City Hall, Spui 70, 2511 BT Den Haag  from 11:00 to 17:00 non-stop.

Directions and Parking

The best way to reach the City Centre is by bicycle or on public transport. The City Hall is close to Den Haag Centraal station and Grote Markt RandstadRail station, but if you prefer to come by car there is plenty of underground parking in the City Hall and in Grote Markt and Muzenplein nearby as well as the Veenkaden multi-storey car park.

For more information visit the municipal website.

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