I have watched "Daisy" in university, and I came here especially, but unfortunately there is no market on Sundays, but the locals can learn and watch the leisurely cafe time and sunbathing. It is a quiet and laid-back small city.
Haarlem Harlem, a small town in the Northern Netherlands in the western Netherlands, built in the 10th century, it has almost as many canals as Amsterdam but is more peaceful, the Harlem Market Square is surrounded by St Bafu's Church with the Town Hall and on weekends with the Market, it is lively
If you've seen the Korean film Daisy starring Quan Zhixian before you come here, it's more likely to be standing in this square, where the film is focused. Compared to other European cities, this square is less crowded, less noisy, calm and relaxed.
The market square is located in front of the St. Bafu Church, and there are many buildings around the square, with the city hall and museums all around it. On Saturday there is a market, with everything from daily necessities to crafts to fruit, and seafood is very lively.
It was an interesting market, right on the square on the side of the cathedral, in front of the town hall. The market was interesting, and the most popular among the flowers was the cloth; buttons, sewing threads of all colors, and needles of all kinds. Thus the main life of the people of Harlem is seen.