Markets in Amsterdam east
Markets in Amsterdam have been there since the beginning of the city. Waterlooplein and the Albert Cuyp are the oldest markets in the city. But they are definetly not the only markets in Amsterdam. The city has a rich market-history and is filled with various kinds of markets. It is the perfect break while sightseeing, or a great place to pick up one-of-a-kind souvenirs.
Whatever you want to shop, we hope you’ll find what you are looking for at one of the markets in Amsterdam.
The coolest markets in Amsterdam
Every Saturday a bustling market takes over the square during the Noordermarkt. One half is focused on organic food, while the other half is full of vibrant shopping surprises. Whether you are in the mood for food or a special item, the Noordermarkt is the place to go! Take a stroll through the stalls and stumble upon fine antiques, vintage clothing, curiosities, art and design. The weekly Pure Market is one of Amsterdam’s most renowned markets; a source of exceptional, artisanal, Dutch and international produce, food and creativity. Approximately 70% of the stalls are food related and the rest are a mix of designer, vintage and gift items. Amsterdam’s largest daily flea market is located on the Waterlooplein in the centre of the city. Spend a couple hours browsing through its many stalls to get a taste of the local culture. Every stall has something different on offer, including (second-hand) clothes, antiques, knick-knacks, souvenirs, bicycle parts and much more.
Most markets are (partly)outdoors, but that doesn’t mean that you can only visit them in summer! The markets in Amsterdam can be visited year-round. Just pick-up a poncho or an umbrella and enjoy one of the markets in Amsterdam.