For most people shopping makes a citytrip complete. Therefore, we summed up a few of Amsterdam's finest shopping spots!

De 9 straatjes

When most people go on a city trip, they want to experience what the locals do. So they visit local bars, clubs and stores. In Amsterdam we have an enormous city centre. In this centre you will find the mainstream stores such as H&M and Pull&Bear but also ‘De 9 straatjes’. It is very popular amongst locals. In English the name would be ‘the 9 streets’. We don’t think we have to explain why that is the name. Check out all the boutiques, vintages stores and many more. Enjoy! 

P.C. Hooftstraat

This is by far the most expensive street of Amsterdam. Big brands such as Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo and Chanel are located here. Maybe you will not buy anything, but this street is worth the visit. The stores and galleries are all very beautiful! Please note that it is next ‘De Vondelpark’. So you can easily combine these two together.

Albert Cuypmarkt

The Albert Cuyp Market is the biggest market of Amsterdam. Just walk around with a fresh made smoothie or coffee and enjoy the atmosphere of this more than 100-year-old market. By the way it is close to the center, so guys this might be a good compromise instead of going store in and out the whole (freakin’) day.


Once you have arrived in this street you might never have to leave. It has literally everything. A lot of restaurants, a cute and old cinema and of course so many amazing shops. From clothes to gadgets. Check it out! Don't forget to drop by the store: 'Store without a home'. Why? You can buy a golden unicorn to hang on the wall. That's why! 


You haven't been to Amsterdam if you haven't experienced the Kalverstraat. Big brands such as Zara, H&M, Urban Outfitterz and Snipes are located here. Lot's of fun, lot's of stores! Boys if you are going there with you lady: Good luck!

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