Laurens Coster Statue
Haarlem’s modern and contemporary art museum resides within two historic ‘halls’: the 17th-century Dutch Renaissance Vleeshal , a former...
Grote Kerk van St Bavo
Opposite the town hall looms the Grote Kerk van St Bavo, the Gothic cathedral with a towering 50m-high steeple. It contains some fine...
At the western end of the Grote Markt stands the florid, 14th-century town hall, which sprouted many extensions including a balcony...
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...
Laurens Coster Statue information
On the square north of the Grote Kerk is the Laurens Coster statue. Haarlemmers believe that Coster has a claim, along with Gutenberg, to be called the inventor of moveable type.