At the market you can often find the best bargains, such as flowers, vegetables, as well as fruit, secondhand books, clothing and furniture. Visit the twenty + markets in Amsterdam. Most markets are closed on Sundays. Below is a list of the most popular markets in Amsterdam.
Albert Cuyp Market
With over 260 stalls, the Albert Cuyp market is by far the largest and most famous open-air market in the Netherlands. You can find great bargains here, from clothing and textiles to food and furniture. On the Albert Cuyp you'll find real Amsterdam humor, atmosphere, top-sympathy and geniality. A day ...
The Flower Market is a permanent market in Downtown Amsterdam. The market is located on the Singel, between Koningsplein and Muntplein. At this famous Dutch Flower Market, you will find a wide range of flowers, plants and flower bulbs. The Flower Market was founded in ...
At the multi cultural Dappermarkt in Amsterdam-East you'll come across 200 stalls with everything a great market should have. At the Dappermarkt you'll find everything you'd expect from a real World Market. You will find exotic foods and local delicacies, home appliances, clothing and footwear. You can also go there for flowers and plants.
The Dappermarkt attracts many thousands of visitors from all over the country and abroad, and is more than just a tourist market. The market is a world market where the bargains will amaze you. The offering varies almost every day, and includes a global range of food and non-food items.
The Ten Kate Market in Amsterdam Oud West is a bustling market with around 130 stalls. You can find all kinds of products here including, flowers, cheese, wine, clothing, fruits and vegetables. For a small portion, the market runs goes further to the other side of the Kinkerstraat, one of the busiest shopping streets. A market with visitors from all over the world. That the market meets all the needs is proven daily when delicious cheeses, fragrant herbs, crusty bread and really fresh vegetables and fruits find their way to the customers. It's a joy to shop here.
At the foot of the North Church is the Noordermarkt. There's a market organized on this square since 1627. Something to think about when you are mingling among the locals who come here weekly. The street, the location, the stalls, the catering industry and not to mention the residents, guarantee a truly authentic day out.
On Monday morning, a flea market is held at the Noordermarkt. The market is a great place to look around and see the mostly second hand stuff. Stalls selling antiques, curiosities, contemporary design, traditional and sustainable products, new and vintage clothing, delicious snacks, original jewelry, Oriental rugs, art and much more.
Organic farmers market
At this location, an organic farmers market is held every Saturday. The market sells bio-dynamic and organic products. Stroll along the stalls while listening to the music of the street musicians. You will find freshly baked bread, many kinds of fresh vegetables, fruits, dairy products and flowers. You will be surprised by the diversity, the large and unique offerings.
Every Sunday, from mid-March to late October you'll find the Rembrandt Art Market on the Rembrandtplein (Rembrandt Square). Beautiful art in various styles such as paintings in acrylic, watercolor, pen and ink drawings, digital art and oil. Sculptures in bronze, acrylic, glass and ceramics. Photography on art paper, linen and acrylic. Wrought ironwork and jewelry. In short, a variety of all kinds of art, something for everyone. At this art market you can talk to the artist in person about his or her work. And if you want to buy something, the price is attractive because there is no middleman in between.
Waterlooplein is the largest daily flea market in Amsterdam. Here you will find, among other things, second hand antiques, clothing and curiosities, but also 'regular' market items like fish, nuts and cheese. This famous flea market is located right next to the town hall of Amsterdam and music theater Stopera. The 300 stalls make this the ideal market to look for new and second-hand clothes, shoes, old books, records, CDs, DVDs, curiosities and trinkets. It is a lively open-air bazaar where you can always find something special.