Moevenpick Hotel's-Hertogenbosch

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Pettelaarpark 90, Den Bosch, Noord-Brabant, 5216, The Netherlands
Moevenpick Hotel 's-Hertogenbosch
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Den Bosch to Harlem

by karprasad

Hi Guys,

I want to visit Harlem(just to see the place) from Den Bosch today, could you suggest me how to reach there. What is the time involved,like train tram bus num etc

Can you also suggest me what to see in Harlem and some shopping pointers etc.


Re: Den Bosch to Harlem

by vtveen

By train, see for schedules, prices etc:

Re: Den Bosch to Harlem

by pieter_jan_v

Shops: Kleine houtstraat


Re: Den Bosch to Harlem

by karprasad

But I dont see any direct train !! :(

Re: Den Bosch to Harlem

by leics

That shouldn't be a problem. It's impossible to have direct trains from and to everywhere, in whatever country! :-)

Dutch stations are very easy to navigate, almost everyone speaks at least some English (most people are pretty fluent), signage is clear and you have ample time to make the connection. Ticket machines are easy to use and have English language options.

The Dutch railway website even gives you platform numbers, which is more than many other railway websites do!

You'll be absolutely fine. Even if you miss the connection, there are freqyuent trains to Haarlem from Amsterdam (where you will change).

Journey time is 1h 21m, one-way fare is 15.80 euro (same-day return 30.20 euro).

Re: Den Bosch to Harlem

by vtveen

You will have to change trains in Amsterdam.

Re: Den Bosch to Harlem

by leics

For what to see/do in Haarlem, have a look at the pages and tips written by VT locals and visitors here:

Re: Den Bosch to Harlem


In a reply to a previous question of yours, you will have found the link to ALL public transportation in The Netherlands (English version):

If you need only trains, then the link is sufficient.

These two links are all you need! Easy, eh?

You asked before how to get from Den Bosch to Amsterdam. It's the same route, except you change trains at Amsterdam Central to go to Haarlem, as advised by vtveen.

Enjoy your visit!

Re: Den Bosch to Harlem


In Haarlem (note: 2 'aa') you can do a nice boat ride and hear abit about the history.

Cruises daily from 12 o'clock, each hour until 16 hrs.
Cost: 9.50 euro per adult
Tel 023 5470496 or 023 5357723

Travel Tips for Den Bosch

A walk through the city

by sim1

This is the second time I have been to Den Bosch. The first I had this map from the tourist office that suggested this walk through the city. This time we almost made a similar walk. If you click on the map, you can see the it more clearly.

Zoete Lieve Gerritje

by tvdm

For me, the statue of Zoete Lieve Gerritje embodies Den Bosch. I've been frequenting this city as a kid and it's grown on me.

Make sure you see the statue as you could easily miss it, but if you're going for the boat tour you'll pass it anyway. I miss the uncomplicated and homely atmosphere of Den Bosch, and although I don't think I'd move back, I'm always happy to visit the city each time I'm in Holland!

Website of the city of 's-Hertogenbosch

Boattour will show you the hidden water everywhere

by Pavlik_NL

At first sight one wouldn't say that Den Bosch is situated in a swamp, but here, where "Dieze", "Dommel" and "Aa" meander and cross the town, the soil is wet through and through. Much of the canals are hidden, as they run under the houses, that were built over it. This however called out for heavy polution and bad smells all over the town in medieval times, when people littered all garbage, incl. *** etc. directly into the "open" sewage-systems: the canals.
Liuckely that has changed and now a boattour shows you a surprising, romantic, mysterious, and hidden place of the Brabant capitol. Taking the boattour.


by jessys

Every year at the 5th of may, there is a multi-cultural music festival on "de Parade" (square next to the St. Jan), there are 2 main podiums and some small, there are also all king of differnt stall you can eat food from differnt countries.

The festival starts at noon till midnight

The gate

by Nathalie_B

If you walk along the water (continued from the previous tip)on your right you'll find stairs. Walk up and you'll see this impressive gate. At first I thought it was an entrance to some monastery and I took several pictures. I assumed that it was closed for visitors because of the Queen's Day and didn' even try to find out what it looks like from inside. When I was ready to continue my tour a litle kid appeared from nowhere, he walked to the gate and walked through leaving it open. To my surprise I discovered that the gate was nothing but a door to the street. Once you walk through you find youself on a busy road with cars and buses. It is known that Den Bosch was surrouned by a wall, probably the gate was the way to the town.


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Address: Pettelaarpark 90, Den Bosch, Noord-Brabant, 5216, The Netherlands