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Karen M wrote a review Feb 2020
Kirkwall, United Kingdom407 contributions186 helpful votes
Started at the Central station end & walked the west - the street are lined with lots of individual shops & local traditional shops. Cafes of every choice gives you a break from shopping & chance to relax. Canal views interact between the street views
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Pandamedic wrote a review Oct 2019
Lichfield, United Kingdom5,330 contributions635 helpful votes
We walked down here and popped into some of the shops, cafes and bars here. It's like any other street really, except more independent chains then big band names.
Date of experience: September 2019
LilSilverToaster wrote a review Aug 2019
Salem, Oregon4 contributions
During Gay Pride 2019. Nighttime is the best time to visit—“coffee shops”, cafes, lots of people walking, drinking wine, sitting at cafes and enjoying themselves. Lots of youth out on bikes, and a festive spirit. Great snacks and light eats in this neighborhood.
Date of experience: August 2019
BradJill wrote a review Jul 2019
Hong Kong, China130,923 contributions23,219 helpful votes
Haarlemmerstraat is found west of Amsterdam Central and Singel and north of the Nine Streets shopping area of the Canal Rings. This is another interesting shopping and dining street with quicky an boutique shops, cafes, coffee shops and other interesting places to visit. Haarlemmerstraat extends northwest becoming Haarlemmerdijk after passing Prisengracht. There you find more restaurants and retail shops. Have enjoyed time spent on Haarlemmerstraat and a couple of the eateries along this street, including Vinnies during our most recent trip. Look forward to my next strong along Haarlemmerstraat.…
Date of experience: June 2019
6 Helpful votes
Nina L wrote a review Jul 2019
Singapore, Singapore68 contributions32 helpful votes
Some local boutiques here but nothing of interest for tourists in my opinion. Some cafes and restaurants along this street.
Date of experience: July 2019