Must See Amsterdam Markets in 2019

Looking for something to do whilst in Amsterdam? We’ll let you into a secret – the market scene is worth checking out. With food markets, flea markets, vintage markets, floating flower markets… the list goes on. There’s bound to be one nearby!

Check out the best Amsterdam Markets to visit if you’re in the city this year.

Albert Cuyp Market | (De Pijp)

Good for: cheese, fresh stroopwaffles, flowers, souvenirs, local goods

Albert Cuyp has 260 stands and is open six days a week! Over on their website, they claim it is the most popular market in the country! It’s located in De Pijp and super close to the Heineken Experience and Rijksmuseum.

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Dappermarkt | (Amsterdam Oost)

Good for: kibbeling, flowers, plants, cheese, local goods

Located in one of Amstedam’s most culturally diverse districs, Dappermarkt has over 260 stalls and 100 years of history. It’s open every day apart from Sunday and you’ll find foods from all around the world, especially Suriname, Turkey and Morocco.

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Bloemenmarkt | (Central Canal belt)

Good for: it’s a floating flower market. When it comes to the best Amsterdam markets, this one is up there! 

The Amsterdam flower market is the only floating flower market in the world and has been in the city since 1862. Here you will find bouquets, bulbs, single flowers and false flowers. The bulbs are all ready for export, so a great place to pick up some souvenirs! Keep an eye out for ‘Christmas Palace’ – it’s an impressive Christmas shop open 365 days a year.

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Ten Katemarket | (Amsterdam West)

Good for: local produce

A street market tucked away in a residential neighbourhood & popular with the locals! There’s over 100 stalls selling fresh produce and it’s ideally located near Foodhallen, who feature a little further down this list .

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IJ-Hallen Flea Market | (Noord)

Good for: it’s the biggest flea market in Europe with over 750 stands! You can catch a free ferry from behind Amsterdam Centraal over to the Noord. Find out more over on their website.

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Foodhallen | (Oud West)

Good for: everything food, we can’t stress that enough – everything. There’s street stalls from all around the world and it’s always the first place we recommend!

At Foodhallen there are 21 stands of local delicacies for you to enjoy and there’s often entertainment on at the weekends too.

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Waterlooplein | (City Centre)

Good for: a good, authentic flea market.

It’s the oldest in The Netherlands and they are good for “Vintage cameras, to used books, to jewellery and the latest fashion for little.”

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