AmsterdamDestinationsFood GuideNetherlandsTravel GuideMust-visit Markets in Amsterdam

The markets in Amsterdam are getting more and more diverse. You never know what stuff you’ll come across. Let's discover now!
Phan TrucSeptember 19, 201918 min

Strolling along market stalls is an interesting activity! You never know what stuff you’ll come across. Maybe you will find an unique book or a really pretty shirt, or a fruit that you’ve never tried before. The offer is always surprising and that’s the special point of shopping. And the big plus is: the markets in Amsterdam are getting more and more diverse.


  1. Local Goods Market

This market is twice a month, on Saturday and Sunday at De Hallen in Amsterdam West. At the Local Goods Market you will find local pruducts, everything from chocolate to wines, accessories and more. Just stick around De Foodhallen for a bite and it doesn’t lack fun for you.

Local Goods Market


  1. IJhallen

Here in Amsterdam North we have the biggest flea market of Europe which is located in the most densely populated area of The Netherlands. You will have a great chance finding what you are looking for. New designs for your closet or get rid of your old furnitures? Unique products for your home and clothing are also offered at very low prices. Make sure to have a visit to the IJhallen when you travel to the Netherlands.

IJhallen, one of best markets in Amsterdam


  1. Noordermarkt

It’s the place to be on Saturday, in the center of the Jordaan. This market has a tradition that originated in the seventeenth century, you can enjoy the perfect atmosphere and walk by all the cute stands. There’re also a lot of vintage clothes and tasty snacks, just get an oyster, have a glass of prosecco, walk around and have fun!



  1. Pure Markt

The name says it all. It’s one of The Netherlands’ most renowned markets, a source of exceptional, artisan, Dutch and international produce, 70% are food and the rest is a mix of creativity: artworks, designs, vintage and gift items. You can find pure food and everything is about hand crafted products. Every Sunday, this market is in either Park Frankendael, Amstelpark or Beatrixpark. Not only you can taste several things, but also you can buy delicious products to create your own healthy meals at home. Yum!

Pure Markt, one of best markets in Amsterdam


  1. Daily Markets

You can also visit these markets from Monday till Saturday: Ten KateMark with lovely snacks, fresh fish on the foodtrucks, Dappermarkt for daily groceries and fresh flowers, Albert Cuyp for anything you love from good food to variation,…

Daily Markets



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    September 23, 2019 at 5:07 am

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