Large Grote Markt, with its flanks of restaurants and cafés and a clutch of historical buildings, is a good place to start an...
Corrie ten Boom House
Also known as 'the hiding place', the Corrie ten Boom House is named for the matriarch of a family that lived in the house during WWII....
Haarlem’s modern and contemporary art museum resides within two historic ‘halls’: the 17th-century Dutch Renaissance Vleeshal , a former...
A genteel watering hole during the day, this grand cafe-bar with cathedral views buzzes after dark.
De Haerlemsche Vlaamse
Practically on the doorstep of the Grote Kerk, this frites (French fries) joint, not much bigger than a telephone box, is a local...
Town Hall information
At the western end of the Grote Markt stands the florid, 14th-century town hall, which sprouted many extensions including a balcony where judgements from the high court were pronounced. The counts' hall contains 15th-century panel paintings and is normally open during office hours.