Huis De Beurs
Located in the old harbour area, Aa-kerk was once a seaman's church; it partially dates back to the 15th century.
Groningen's synagogue is one of the few working synagogues left in the country. Sporting Moorish adornments, the century-old structure...
This engaging tour of the lives of seamen and the ships they sailed unfolds through the set of buildings that once comprised a...
A highly atmospheric brown cafe with stained class, red leather upholstery, brass taps and rather perverse art. It's been going since...
Eeterie de Globe
Such a deal: soup or appetizer plus a hearty plate of veggies, fish or meat with sides for under 10 euros. No wonder the large, bright...
A-Kerkhof ZZ 4 · interesting places nearby
Huis De Beurs information
From its busy corner of the Vismarkt, sidewalk tables give a prime vantage for the inevitable speeding cyclist–dawdling shopper catastrophe. The casual menu of salads, sandwiches and hot specials is also served inside, which has an attractive and vaguely Victorian feel. On some nights there's live jazz.