Leeuwarden was in 2018 European Capital of Culture, and in 2020 it is still bursting with things to do. There are events suitable for all ages, so this Frisian city is a real ‘connecting city’. We Frisians are great believers in solidarity, and we have our own word for it; ‘Mienskip’, meaning community.
Supermarket, snack bar and a Hema department store are just a 10-minute walk away. Every day free bread by the Jumbo Zuiderburen supermarket! Applies to the “Kies en Mix” sandwiches.
Bus stop just a 5-minute walk away.
Centre of Leeuwarden is a 15-minute bike ride away. Bike nodes route 37 and 70.
Benefit from our unique ‘key to the city’, which entitles guests to great discounts at over 40 restaurants, shops, museums and activities in Leeuwarden!
Explore Leeuwarden! The Oldehove, is the pearl of Leeuwarden. Check the website Visit Leeuwarden; what you can aspect today, tomorrow or another date! In connection with the measures concerning the development of the Corona virus (COVID-19), almost all events, restaurants, museums and public locations will be closed until May 19. Check the site for the Corona-update. Our […]
Cie Carabosse – Installation de Feu Come to Leeuwarden and visit the special show Cie Carabosse – Installation de Feu at 31 january till 1 February. Carabosse is a specticulair firer and water event. See more info the site Cie Carabosse. Camperplaats Leeuwarden Visit with your camper Camperplaats Leeuwarden. Explore Leeuwarden and Friesland. See you.
The Princessehof will present the exhibition Sunken Treasures from 7 September 2019 to 28 June 2020. The ceramic treasures tell fascinating stories about the Maritime Silk Road in Asia and reveal a hitherto unknown world of international trade and exchange.
Market in Leeuwarden every Saturday.
Weekly market in Wilhelminaplein. A great range of products for sale, with everything you’d expect to find in a market.