De Drie Fleschjes
This 15th-century, late-Gothic basilica – a historic stage for Dutch coronations – is only ‘new’ in relation to the Oude Kerk. A few...
Signless company offering city, kids', tandem and cargo bikes at 10 shops, including this one in the centre.
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Pull up a stool at the carved wooden bar and pick from the glinting brass taps. It's all about Belgian beers here, as you may have...
Rob Wigboldus Vishandel
A wee three-table oasis in the midst of surrounding tourist tat, this fish shop in a tiny alley serves excellent herring sandwiches on a...
Gravenstraat 18 · interesting places nearby
De Drie Fleschjes information
Behind the Nieuwe Kerk, the distiller Bootz' tasting room dates from 1650. It specialises in liqueurs (although you can also get superb jenever ) – the macaroon variety is quite nice. Take a peek at the collection of kalkoentjes, small bottles with hand-painted portraits of former mayors. Get an order of the famous meatballs to accompany your drinks.