Haarlem & accommodations

Experience the cultural history of Haarlem. The historic city center of Haarlem has more than 1,000 protected monuments and is therefore the second monumental city of Amsterdam after Amsterdam. Special restaurants, exclusive shops and cozy cocktail locations contribute to the atmospheric and friendly center. Traditionally, Haarlem is also known as a city of art and culture. The North Sea beach (Zandvoort and Bloemendaal) is only about 10 km away and Schiphol can be reached within 15 minutes.

Haarlem & accomodations during TDL 2019

Travel to the conference venue

Venue Address
Philharmonie, Lange Begijnestraat 11, Haarlem

Philharmonie is easily accessible and is situated in the city centre of Haarlem:

  • by foot: approx. 7 minutes from central station: www.9292.nl
  • By car: 5 minutes from the N200: www.maps.google.nl
  • Parking garage De Appelaar is directly underneath the Philharmonie
  • Parking Raaks at Zijlvest is a 9 minutes walk

Public transport

By train

Trains from Amsterdam Central Station to Haarlem's beautiful station run numerous times an hour departing from track 1 or 2. Some of them make a stop at Amsterdam Sloterdijk station but either journey will take no more than 20 minutes. The last train to and from Haarlem departs around 1:00 am. You can plan your trip using the journey planner on the NS website.

By bus

See up-to-date bus timetable information for bus 80 services here (website in Dutch). Travel around Amsterdam and to Haarlem by bus with the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket.

Map Haarlem

To see and to do

Haarlem is just a short hop from Amsterdam and boasts spectacular monuments dating back almost 800 years, as well as being a bustling hub of great cafés, shops, restaurants and nightlife. A city that’s inspired a thousand paintings, Haarlem’s remarkable history and charm make it one of the most popular destinations in the Amsterdam Area. Boasting spectacular buildings and monuments – some dating back almost 800 years – and a multitude of museums which beg to be explored fully, there’s almost too much to see and do in this magical city. 

But fear not, as here we’ve collated the very best cultural experiences, events and places to see and do when you’re in Haarlem. To make your visit even easier, grab an Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket, which allows you to explore all the iconic sights and scenery of the Amsterdam Area for one, two or three consecutive days. 

Bron: www.iamsterdam.com

Hotels in Haarlem

Stay overnight in Haarlem? Watch the overview of hotels.