CuliWalk Haarlem,Historic + Cultural audiotour with a Culinary Twist (selfguided
- Audio Guide
- Instant Confirmation
- Private Tour
- 2.5 hr
With this audio tour, we take you right through the center of Haarlem. During the tour, we will stop at various beautiful and well-known places in the city. However, the lesser-known places are not forgotten and also receive the necessary attention. Walk along with various courtyards, through characteristic neighborhoods, canals, and various squares in combination with drinks and bites. All you need is your phone and a healthy appetite to take this tasty food tour. You will see, taste, and experience this city through the eyes of a local. You can walk the tour at your own speed. The tour had more than 22 points of interest, interesting facts, and fun anecdotes and 6 culinary stops! So book the tour, let the city talk to you, and let your tastebuds do the work!
Operated by: Pocketguide Caribbean
Here starts the Pocketguide tour in Haarlem. From this point, you will experience an interesting and tasty audio tour of this beautiful city. The guided audio will tell you more about this place.
The Grote Markt of Antwerp is a town square situated in the heart of the old city quarter. It is filled with an extravagant city hall, numerous elaborate 16th century guildhalls, many restaurants and cafés. Lying within walking distance of the Scheldt river, it hosts a Christmas market and ice rink in winter.
The Hofje van Oorschot is a Haarlem courtyard that dates from 1769 and is located in the center of Haarlem, at Kruisstraat no. 44, on the corner with Krocht.
Bakenes was originally a spit of land southeast of the center of Haarlem, almost enclosed by a bend in the Spaarne. The name is probably derived from nes (nose) and refers to the shape of the headland, on which a beacon for the ships would have stood. In the 14th century this area came to lie within the city limits of Haarlem; previously the Bakenessergracht was the border of Haarlem. In the 1930s there were plans to fill in the canal. This was prevented by, among other things, the efforts of the Rijnlandsche Academy, founded by Harry Prenen and Godfried Bomans.
The Waag ("weigh house") is a 15th-century building on Nieuwmarkt square in Amsterdam. It was originally a city gate and part of the walls of Amsterdam. Later it served as a guildhall, museum, fire station and anatomical theatre, among other things. The Waag is the oldest remaining non-religious building in Amsterdam. The building was listed as a national monument (rijksmonument) in 1970. The Waag is depicted in Rembrandt's 1632 painting The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp. The surgeons' guild commissioned this painting for their guildhall in the Waag.