I think you'll find that life in The Hague is up to the standards of any modern international metropolis, with all the amenities, facilities and conveniences that are expected. You should be able to find some useful information specific to the city on our Moving to The Hague page, whereas you can learn about general life in The Netherlands in our Culture Shock in the Netherlands, Cost of Living in The Netherlands and Education and Schools in the Netherlands pages.
For information specific to taxation, I suggest going over our Banking, Money and taxes in The Netherlands page, which should give you a general overview of what to expect when living in The Hague.
All the best for your new life in Europe!
Expat Health Insurance
Cigna Global Health Insurance
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