Walk down charming Korte Houtstraat to find the 17th-century Nieuwe Kerk; the capricious tower by Lieven de Key is supported by a rather...
Frans Hals Museum
A short stroll south of Grote Markt, the Frans Hals Museum is a must for anyone interested in the Dutch Masters. Kept in a poorhouse...
Lodging for members of the brewers’ guild (1472).
The city’s municipal theatre - The Stadsschouwburg reopened in 2008 after a lavish refurbishment.
On a narrow quiet street, this trattoria (run by a charmer named Guiseppe) has tiled tables in a space as compact as the inside of a...
Lonely Planet review
Off Grote Houtstraat to the southwest of Grote Markt stands the Proveniershuis, the former headquarters of St Joris Doelen (the Civic Guard of St George), which started life as a hofje (almshouse). This wonderful old building is one of Haarlem's prettiest.