The Hague is well connected to various domestic and international cities by plane, car, bus, train and boat.
Direct flights are available from major Indian cities to The Hague. You may also fly to Amsterdam which is cheaper and then get a bus or train from Amsterdam to The Hague.
Rotterdam The Hague airport is easily accessible by both the Airport shuttle or The Hague Central Station. For frequent travellers, Amsterdam Airport Schipol is more convenient
Cars on rental are easily accessible and owing to the good roads and highways, convenient to drive around. However, this option can be a little more expensive than public transport for a budget traveller.
The Hague has two train stations which cater to both domestic and international trains. The Den Haag Centraal and the Den Haag HS (Hollands Spoor) carry passengers to and from various cities at regular intervals. Trains are hardly late and run very efficiently.
Buses are used more for domestic rather than international travel. The Randstand Rail is a system of trams and buses which operate in the city.
Public ferries run from Harwich to Hook of Holland and it is easy to get to The Hague.
Bicycles are the best way to get around in The Hague if you don't mind moving your feet a bit. Trams, buses and taxis run too but since everything is within a short distance of each other people prefer to walk or cycle. Cheap second hand bikes are available on rent and sale. If you plan on taking the tram be sure to have the OV Chipkaart, a public transport smart card. this will save you tons in cost.