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Tour 5 Aalsmeer Flower Exchange and Haarlem
 

An average of 20 million flowers is sold in this largest flower exchange in the world, every morning.
In order to enable you to see this wonder at work, we have to depart early in the morning.
Hundreds of buyers, cutting edge technology and millions of flowers will leave you flabbergasted.
The visit will take at least one hour and includes explanations that will help you understand the logic behind all the commotion.

From Aalsmeer we will continue to the beautiful city of Haarlem.
In the centre of town stands the magnificent Church of St. Bavo. In front of the church is one of The Netherlands’ most beautiful central squares and from there in all directions spread a maze of streets alleys and court yards.  Our local guide will show you all the hidden spots in a 90 minutes guided walk in the old city centre.
There are also several good museums and some great shopping in Haarlem, so stay in the city for as long as you wish and return to Amsterdam on your own. It is a 20-minute train ride.

•    Flower Exchange Aalsmeer
•    Guided walk in Haarlem
•    Free time for shopping and enjoying in Haarlem

Departure: Mon-Wed-Friday: 7.30 AM
Price: € 49.00 p.p. (incl. entrance fee)

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