6 Markets in Amsterdam!

1). IJ Halls

The IJhallen is the largest market in Europe and takes place amsterdam north. Once a month, this market takes place on Saturdayand Sunday. You can find everything here, because everyone can sign up for this market. I know a lot of people who rent a stall once a year on the IJ halls and then sell the stuff they don't use anymore. Renting a 4-metre stall at 1.10 costs €31 per day. You can choose to to rent this stall for 2 days. The entrance fee for visitors is €5 for adults and €2 for children. Are you moving? Then this is really the place where you need to Are. Parking can be easy and close to the market, the cost is €1.30 per Hours. The IJ halls consists of no less than 750 (!) stalls.

IJ halls – outdoor market (once a month a full weekend, check out the data on the website)


2). Ten Kate Market

This is a daily market for your groceries in Amsterdam Oud-West. It really is a cosy, Amsterdam market with good prices and tasty things. You'll find everything: flowers, cheese, wine, baby clothing, vegetables and vegetables. The market merchants are only too happy to call with an Amsterdam accent the prices to you. My recommendations: the yoghurt with granola on the corner and the hummus at the first tent from the Kinkerstraat. After you visit the market, you can continue to kinkerstraat. A nice street full of shops and cafes and don't forget about the Halls to go. End your evening at Café Panache and you have a – I think – had a beautiful day. Have fun!

Ten Kate Market – Ten Katestraat 97-99, 1053 CC Amsterdam (open daily 09.00-17.00, only on closed Sunday)


3).  Northern market

The Northern Market is every week on Saturday and on Monday in The Jordan. This is a really cozy market with super nice stuff. The Jordan together with De Pijp, together with De Pijp, is really one of the finest neighbourhoods in Amsterdam, I think. The market takes place on the canals at the Noorderkerk on a square. A market with a tradition dating back to the seventeenth century. This is not a market where you shop, but really a market with nice stuff like herbs, vintage items, stroopwafels, crockery and lots of other things. Sometimes there is music also played and if the weather is nice you can enjoy it on the terrace sit and enjoy a salad with halloumi at Finch and after a walk you end evening with a large drink plate and a wine at Boca's on the Westerstraat (book, please).

Northern market (opening hours Saturday 09 am to 5 pm Monday 09.00-13.00)


4). Albert Cuyp Market

A well-known in the list: the Albert Cuyp Market! This market takes place daily on Albert Cuyp Street in De Pijp. It's a bit a tourist attraction and therefore prices are not necessarily low. This is a relatively large market and really has everything: clothes, shoes, food, drink, souvenirs, accessories, flowers, electra, personal care, fabrics, household, printing and much more. Behind the stalls are also all nice shops that are worth a visit. You You can also find the rest of your day will come through! My tip on the Albert Cuyp Market is the stall with different types of sambal, if you love sambal then you really need to Let me see. Watch, watch and maybe buy.

Albert Cuypstraat, 1073 BD Amsterdam (open daily from 09:00-17.00, closed Sunday)

5). Dappermarket

Jaaa! A market in Amsterdam East. This market is a bit from the direction and therefore perhaps slightly less accessible to visit – but well there is plenty of choice in this row! This market is once again a daily market where you can spend a lot of hours one at the stalls stand there and/or get your daily groceries there. And, hit the Java Straat don't worry about being at the Dappermarkt. Guaranteed a fun day!

Dappermarkt – Dapperstraat 279, 1093 BS Amsterdam (open daily from 09.00-17.00, Sunday closed)

6). The Maker Market

The Maker Market is a market of the The Maker Store. This is a concept store that sits in the Halls and is therefore a monthly market of this. The entire hall is transformed into a weekend market. The market is intended for makers to show and sell their products. The market varies from music, chains of old bicycle tyres, products made by women in Colombia, jewelry up to energetic massages. The market is not always the same, so you can rest assured. There's nothing? Entertainment you'll be at the Foodhallen. Check the website for the data.

The Maker Market – De Halls – Hannie Grateful Passage 47, 1053 RT Amsterdam (monthly one weekend Saturday 11am-5pm, Sunday 12am-5pm)


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