Amsterdam Shopping Streets

Amsterdam counts so many funny, quirky, large and tiny shops that one afternoon is by far not enough to do some serious shopping. The most famous Amsterdam shopping streets in the centre of the city are Kalverstraat, the Nine Streets, Leidsestraat and Haarlemmerstraat. Ample opening hours make shopping even more fun.

There is no doubt about it, P.C Hooftstraat (P.C is pronounced as pay say) is the poshest and most expensive shopping street in Amsterdam. This is the street to shop for Hermes scarves and Louis Vuitton bags. Van Baerlestraat and Beethovenstraat are more wallet-friendly and almost equally posh. In Kalverstraat you will find anything you need to survive from comfort food to shoes and souvenirs. Zeedijk is home to Amsterdam China Town with shops specializing in oriental products.

Shop, Spent and Be Seen

Are you feeling out of touch with new trends and haven’t you got the slightest clue as to what’s the new autumn colour, whether to go in furs or bomber jackets or if a diamond studded necklace is the thing or just too much bling? All you need to do is walk up and down...

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The Nine Little Streets

Do you know this feeling? Yet another C&A, H&M, Sephora, Xenos, Douglas or Adidas Store. They spoil your feel-good-shopping-mood. All you do in Amsterdam is to head straight for the Nine Streets in the heart of city for a completely different shopping experience....

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Kalverstraat Shopping

Kalverstraat is Amsterdam's most popular shopping street and stretches from Dam Square to the Floating Flower Market. Elbow your way through the shopping crowd on Saturday afternoon. If you want to browse during quiet hours, come on Monday or Tuesday morning and you...

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Shopping in Warmoesstraat

Warmoesstraat, one of the oldest streets in Amsterdam, lies on the edge of the Red Light District and is filled with funky boutiques, quirky shops, bars, coffeeshops, affordable hotels, souvenirs and tourists. Buying dildos proves as easy as stocking up on chicken...

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Shop, Spent and Be Seen

Are you feeling out of touch with new trends and haven’t you got the slightest clue as to what’s the new autumn colour, whether to go in furs or bomber jackets or if a diamond studded necklace is the thing or just too much bling? All you need to do is walk up and down...

read more

The Nine Little Streets

Do you know this feeling? Yet another C&A, H&M, Sephora, Xenos, Douglas or Adidas Store. They spoil your feel-good-shopping-mood. All you do in Amsterdam is to head straight for the Nine Streets in the heart of city for a completely different shopping experience....

read more

Kalverstraat Shopping

Kalverstraat is Amsterdam's most popular shopping street and stretches from Dam Square to the Floating Flower Market. Elbow your way through the shopping crowd on Saturday afternoon. If you want to browse during quiet hours, come on Monday or Tuesday morning and you...

read more

Shopping in Warmoesstraat

Warmoesstraat, one of the oldest streets in Amsterdam, lies on the edge of the Red Light District and is filled with funky boutiques, quirky shops, bars, coffeeshops, affordable hotels, souvenirs and tourists. Buying dildos proves as easy as stocking up on chicken...

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