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This was a fun experience, lots of vendors carrying a wide variety of goods. Found some great t-shirts that were original and well priced, tons of souvenirs and leather goods. Make sure that you walk up and down all of the rows and take your...More
We arrived about an hour to the markets normal closing time and noticed that most stalls were closing up or were closed up. Seemed like a trend as it was the same with the Albert Cuyp Markt. But the area that the market is in...More
I'd say about 50% of the stalls have actual flea market goods (genuine wooden clogs! Genuine antique ice skates! Old records! Old books (in Dutch of course)). The other 35% of the stalls have cheap tourist crap you can get anywhere in Amsterdam, and the...More
Just another open air flea market, it's more for locals than a tourist place! an energetic atmosphere, brimming with vendors who offer an assortment of items, everything from bicycles and furniture to second-hand clothes, art, books, electronics, quirky knick-knacks and more.
Although this says it opens at 9:30, by well after 10:00 many of the stalls were either not open or just settng up. Usual market stuff except for 1 stall with collectable tins and one with books, records etc.
This market has a huge range of stalls selling lots of different things. There are pictures and paintings, clothes, leather goods, toys, antiques, souvenirs and all sorts of other items to buy. You can also get foodstuffs and there are food outlets as well, if...More
There were not many antiques for sale at this market - we went on the wrong day (Thursday). Yet we got a few items including a Mary Gregory style Glass Vase for an exceptional low price and a Shirt which would have cost 30 Euros...More
The eastern edge of central Amsterdam provides visitors with the chance to imagine the city that Rembrandt called home (and to tour his historic house) while shopping like the thriftiest of locals at Waterlooplein’s massive flea market, or even enjoying a craft beer beside the tallest wooden windmill in The Netherlands. This verdant, serene, and stately part of town is home to Artis Royal Zoo, one of Europe’s
oldest (and still best kept) zoos, and Hortus Botanicus, one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. It's also an ideal setting for the Dutch outpost of St Petersburg’s Hermitage.