We will enjoy 7 authentic tasting stops, interact with the local owners, and experience first-hand the Haarlem way of life.
A Taste of Life in Haarlem: The medieval city of Haarlem is one of the most photogenic cities in the Netherlands. Traditionally a market town it is now the gastronomic capital of The Netherlands with countless cafes and restaurants. Wander the cobbled streets lined with ancient buildings. We’ll introduce you to our locals in the very same shops and cafes they’ve been running for generations. You’ll visit hidden courtyards and learn about the history of this magical city.
Our local guides love to tell you their own Haarlem stories, enhancing your experience while you eat, drink and explore.
Food Tour Schedule:
- Monday on request
- Tuesday on request
- Wednesday on request
- Thursday 12.00
- Friday 12.00
- Saturday on request
- Sunday on request
In addition to our scheduled Food Tours, we also offer Private Food Tours and Events for groups with a minimum of 4 persons (no max). These can be arranged any day of the week. Are you visiting Haarlem for business or with a group of friends? A Private Tour is a great way to discover Haarlem. We offer Walking Food Tours, Canal Food Tours, Beer Tours and Food Workshops. You’ll sip, nibble, savour, chat and laugh and by the end you will have experienced what the Dutch call gezelligheid – enjoyable time spent in the company of good friends. Get in touch here (call to action button) https://www.eatingeurope.com/corporate-events/ or email us at email@example.com for a tailor-made experience for your group. Since 2014, we have welcomed over 20,000 guests on our interactive culture and food tours in Amsterdam and Haarlem. We’ll show you unique historical sights of some of the oldest neighbourhoods and introduce you to the best local food. You’ll get to meet the people behind these iconic dishes while hearing their fascinating stories. We are happy to say our guests leave us feeling like a true insider.
Our tours have been recommended by the New York Times, Rick Steves, Lonely Planet, National Geographic, The Huffington Post and Feast Magazine.