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Hoorn travel guide

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You're Going to Love Hoorn

During the 16th century, the Dutch port of Hoorn was the center of world trade, knitting together continents with its enormous merchant fleet. Nowadays, the medieval port is still there, along with plenty of museums, but it's been joined by superb restaurants, markets, and cultural attractions.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Hoorn

When to Visit Hoorn

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Summer is definitely the time to visit. Not only will the sights be at their best, but Hoorn hosts lively music events like Outdoor Stereo and Live in Hoorn in July and August.

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How to Get to Hoorn

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Where to Stay in Hoorn

Superb accommodation providers in Hoorn include the cozy Hotel Petit Nord, which has an Asian restaurant, and the Hotel de Magneet, which has exceptional harbor views.

Popular Neighborhoods in Hoorn

Where to stay in popular areas of Hoorn

How to Get Around Hoorn

The Cost of Living in Hoorn

Shopping Streets

The city center is the place to shop, whether you head to the Saturday market or stroll along Grote Noord, checking out stores like Costes or Hunkemöller.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in the city include Vogel and DEEN, where 12 eggs will cost around EUR2.50.

Where to Eat in Hoorn

Good food is easy to come by in Hoorn. Standout eateries include Marque, which specializes in European haute cuisine; Fa. D. Wormsbecher en Zoon, a seafood takeaway place; and Brasserie Marmaris, an excellent Turkish restaurant. Prices range from EUR20 to EUR40 per head.