The Hague, The Netherlands
The 63rd ISI World Statistics Congress will be held in the World Forum, a leading international convention centre in The Hague perfectly situated between the city centre and the beach. World Forum is a very convenient, easily accessible venue in The Hague.
World Forum was officially opened in 1969 and was originally known as het Nederlands Congresgebouw. The auditorium has hosted a diverse range of local and international cultural, entertainment and high level conferences. Numerous Dutch and international personalities have graced its stage over the years. It offers the largest auditorium in The Netherlands, 35 breakout rooms and 12,000 square meters exhibition space. There are 765 newly refurbished hotel rooms in the direct area and many more in the city of The Hague. Find out more about the venue: www.worldforum.nl.
Getting to the Hague
The international airports of Amsterdam Schiphol and Rotterdam-The Hague are less than 60 minutes from The Hague and are easily accessible by car or public transport.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport is the largest in the Netherlands and the fourth largest in Europe. Schiphol offers direct connections to hundreds of destinations worldwide, including London, Dublin, Washington, Montreal, New Delhi, Dubai, and Beijing.
Rotterdam-The Hague Airport offers direct flights to forty European destinations, including London, Rome, Brussels, Vienna and Paris. This modern airport is just 20 kilometers from the center of The Hague. You can travel quickly and easily from the airport to both of The Hague’s main train stations.