Holidays to Haarlem
In the north of the Netherlands, Haarlem is a medieval city with a fun bohemian village atmosphere. Four hundred years ago, in the Dutch Golden Age, Amsterdam and Haarlem were great rivals but Haarlem has retained its Gothic architecture and historic feel. Its cobbled streets and canals lined with cosy bars, fine cafes, grand museums, old churches and great restaurants. Known as the 'city of flowers', Haarlem is surrounded by tulip fields and several beaches are only a bike ride away.
This popular seaside resort is a long stretch of sand dotted with pavilions, pop-up cafés and watersports galore.
This is the trendier beach close to Haarlem with a younger crowd, beach bars and nightclubs.
The central market square of Haarlem where 10 streets converge has been the hub of the town for over 700 years.
Frans Hals Museum
Housed in the poor house where Frans Hals, one of the most famous Dutch masters, spent his last years.
You can take scenic cruises through the canal network and the Spanne river on open top boats.
Climb a windmill
The De Adriaan windmill on the banks of the Spaarne river is open to the public with a 12m viewing platform.
A Dutch street food staple, these are sold from vendors stalls and enjoyed with mayonnaise.
Gouda, Edam and Gruyere are best tried here, delicious at any time but perfect when melted into delicious fondues.
Just off Grote Markt, try a Haarlem Mule cocktail or choose from more than 100 other vodkas and cocktails.
Proeflokaal in den Uiver
Overlooking the Grote Markt, this café has a nautical theme (including a schooner over the bar) and live jazz shows.
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