bridge across canal in Haarlem



Or how it’s often called: little Amsterdam. But Haarlem is not little, it’s much more. Haarlem is one of the most beautiful old cities to rent and the second-largest city in the Amsterdam Metropolitan area. Filled with historic buildings, culture, nightlife, hotspots, and great shopping streets, Haarlem got it all.

The large international community and buzzing cultural scene make it a city where you feel at home quickly. There are some English-speaking social and business networks, perfect for those moving here from another country.

With the river Spaarne crossing the city, Haarlem feels a bit like Amsterdam. Cobblestone streets and typical old-Dutch facades complete the idyllic image. Many prefer the quality of life of Haarlem over the city buzz of Amsterdam. In need of Amsterdam’s buzz? You’re there in 15 minutes.

Available rental apartments in Haarlem


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Our 36 eye-catching rental studios and apartments in Haarlem-Oost are the perfect places to stay your way. All homes are fully furnished. Bring your suitcase and we’ll arrange the rest. These studios and apartments are ideal for couples, but also for single ones.

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What about Haarlem

Haarlem is a medium-sized city west of Amsterdam. It’s one of the most popular places where people prefer to live. Located in a prime location if you want to live close to the beach and capital Amsterdam, while nature is around the corner as well.

Blending history, culture, and modernity, Haarlem is popular with the young ones. Without much new construction, lots of historic architecture is still there. This makes it a charming city to rent. The city consists of five districts: the city center, Zuid-West, Oost, Noord, and Schalkwijk.


Your Haarlem

Strolling through the city, you’ll encounter many cultural treasures. Haarlem’s Grote Markt, the central square, is a bustling hub where you can enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the cozy cafés, browse the local markets, or simply soak in the lively atmosphere. But there’s more to what makes Haarlem worth living in.

  • Schiphol Airport
    Being one of the biggest airports in Europe, Schiphol Airport is connected to anywhere in Europe and the rest of the world. Located southeast of Haarlem, you’re there in only 30 minutes by car or public transport.

  • Dutch coast
    Find Haarlem right between Amsterdam and the Dutch coastline. It offers unlimited opportunities for water sports fanatics, nature lovers, and beach fans. It’s full of beautiful wide beaches, such as those of IJmuiden, Zandvoort, and Bloemendaal aan Zee. Especially the beach clubs are the hotspots of the summer.