Markets in Amsterdam

Entertainment SGNODLOL August 8, 2016 0 2
Want to see the real Amsterdam and Ajax full-length experience, then you obviously one of the markets that houses Amsterdam. Every market has its own atmosphere, its own products and is often to visit daily. The best known markets are here for you here.

The market is worth your golden half the battle!

This spell will meanwhile have changed and maybe there are people who feel that your euro now is half the battle. It could be that it varies by market. Here's a chance to find out.
Amsterdam holds something village when you see that every neighborhood has its own market, as you have, for example in North Mosplein and market Buikslotermeerplein; West has Ten Cate Market and the Vespucci Market and East we have the Dapper market. Every market has its own atmosphere and you can also very good taste in the following markets:
  • Waterloo
  • Albert Cuyp Market
  • Noordermarkt
  • Flower Market
  • Dapper Market
  • Stamp and coin market
  • Antique Centre Tanner
  • Free market at King's


  • Address: Waterlooplein, Stopera.
  • Daily market, from 9:30 -. 17:00, except Sunday.
  • Accessible from Central Station with tram 9, 14 and 20.

Waterloo Square dating from 1882. Two canals had to be then filled in to make room for a large market in the Jewish quarter, the markets in the Jodenbreestraat and the Anthoniebreestraat were joined at the Waterloo. To be allowed on the market you had a permit from the Service Market Being, who kept an eye on the food supply of the inhabitants of Amsterdam since 1916. The market is a gathering of special items, from old books to gas masks, used clothes, old records, bicycles, coats, combat boots, jewelry from Indonesia, etc. A well worth visiting, even if only to the people who buy there and selling.

Albert Cuyp Market

  • Daily Market 9:30 -. 17:00, Sunday is not.
  • Address: Albert Cuypstraat behind the Ceintuurbaan, Ferdinand Bolstraat in the pipe.
  • Accessible from Central Station with trams 4, 16, 20, 24 and 25.

The street where the market is wider than the surrounding streets. Until 1891 was namely here Saw Molensloot where there were several saw mills. In 1891, the ditch was filled. Later, from 1904, there arose the Albert Cuyp market, where all kinds of goods are traded like vegetables, fruit, fish, textiles, clothing etc. Customers come from all over the Netherlands and also the marketers, the market is very popular. There is also a waiting list for a place on the Cuyp.
At the corner of the late Albert and Cuypstraat Ruysdaelkade earlier was actually a tavern, City Lander, with a flask job. Cob was a popular ball game where you have a wooden stick with a ball from pole to pole to hit. Originally, this was done on ice. In 1792 Amsterdam had flask or 217 jobs, the City Lander had to disappear with the construction of the pipe in 1867. The statue of André Hazes is placed on the Albert Cuyp because he lived there.


  • Saturday from 6:00 to 10:00 h: Bird Market, V. A. 10:00 to 17:00 you. farmers and curios.
  • Monday from 9:00 to 13:00 h: ordinary and patch market.
  • Address: Noordermarkt on the North Church in Jordan, at the Prinsengracht.
  • Accessible by tram 3, 10, 13, 14, 17 and 20.

This place has been held since 1627 market, the square was built between 1620 and 1623 to set the Noorderkerk there for the northern part of Amsterdam. Hendrick de Keyser designed the church but died before it was finished.
At the entrance you will see a picture of three women bound, "Unity by force", to commemorate the riots in Jordan
1934. The façade on the south side reminds a plaque at the February strike against the Nazis in 1941.
Every year, on May 4, the memorial service held for the Jews killed in World War II in this church. The market has a warm and cozy character, the square is not so great. The Monday market is known for the "patch" to supply, materials and everything to do with it has. On one corner of the square you can eat the best apple pie in Amsterdam with a good cup of coffee.
Two blocks away, at Lindengracht is on Saturday, from 9:00 to 17:00. find a large market where everything is for sale.

Flower Market

  • 8h30 -. 17:00, except on Sundays.
  • Address: On the Singel, at the Mint, between the Place Royale and the Vijzelstraat.
  • Reachable by tram 1, 2, 5, 24, et al

There existed in the 17th and 18th century several specialized marketing, scattered along the canals. Two were flower markets where often the biggest flower of the time, the tulip was traded. One of the flower markets on the north side of the Herengracht is gone. Only the market on the Singel is over and world famous. From 1862 were sold from boats, rafts now there are 15 permanently attached to the quayside.
Currently the market is supplied by the flower growers from Aalsmeer and from the region around Haarlem. Many souvenirs, bulbs, clogs and exotic plants are for sale here.

Dapper Market

  • Monday / Saturday from 08.00-18-00 you.
  • Address: Brave, Amsterdam-Oost, V. A. sept. 2011 1st of Swindenstraat.
  • Accessible by bus 22, tram 3 and 14 V. A. Central Station.

This market where you can find around 250 stalls with goods from around the world is in the Dapperstraat. From September 2011, the market on the 1st of Swindenstraat. This market can be seen as a global marketplace and in 2007 was named the best market in the Netherlands.

Stamp and coin market

  • Every Wednesday from 13:00 to 4:00 p.m. you. and Saturday from 9:30 to 13:00 you.
  • Address: New Zijdsvoorburgwal T.O. Kasbank and the Amsterdam Historical Museum.
  • Reachable by tram 1, 2 and 5.

Since 1927 are here to sell the coin and stamp dealers in tiny stalls. In recent years, declining trade, but for the enthusiast, this is still very attractive. Also nearby are a number of stores with the same trade wherever they can go.

Tanner Art and Antiques

  • Open from Saturday / Thursday from 11:00 to 17:00 you.
  • Address: Elandsgracht 109, also input Looiersgracht 38.
  • Accessible by tram 7, 10, 17 and 20.

Small rooms connected by small corridors accommodate everything here in the field of antiques, glassware into dolls. Here is the largest collection brique-à-braque housed in the Netherlands.
When it rains, it is just as well stay here.

King daily market

  • Annually from 6:00 to approx. 14.00. on April 27, this year on April 26th.
  • Completely Amsterdam-Centrum, Jordaan, Vondelpark, and other neighborhoods.
  • In the center there is not driving anywhere buses or trams, walking is recommended.

Previously, a large number of people the night before Queen street already and for putting everything out before the clock hit 12, it was also common that they had already been sold before the real free market could begin. For several years, the evening sale is prohibited and may only place from 6:00 in the morning where displaying. Even then, it's a competition to see who grabs the most beautiful place, but usually everything is happening without any discord.
In the center of Amsterdam, for example. Jordan can be anything and what to see and buy, there are many food stalls where you have to watch out that you will get nothing. There are many bands and only people who make music etc.
Sit in the Vondelpark mostly children who sell their stuff. Usually there with musical accompaniment.
Of course it is the most fun when the sun shines, but also with cloud cover is very cozy on that day, the atmosphere is unique.
The King's Day is a day full of music and fun throughout the city.