Destination AmsterdamDestination Amsterdam

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Amsterdam is a city of small shops. New and interesting shops are opening all the time. And what’s more, most are within walking distance.

De Bijenkorf

De Bijenkorf, in the centre of the city, is the largest department store of Amsterdam. Here you will find everything you need – food, clothing, make-up, furniture, toys, and interior items. Address: Dam 1, Amsterdam Tram 4, 9, 14, 16, 20, 24 and 25.


In the Kalverstraat, between the Dam and the Muntplein, you will find all the large chain stores that sell fashion, shoes and accessories. This shopping street is also open on Sundays. The Kalvertoren, with more exclusive shops, is also on this street, near the Muntplein.


In the Leidsestraat, between the Kalverstraat and the Leidseplein, you will find many shops. The colourful flower market is held on the Koningsplein, running parallel to the Singelgracht. Even if you do not plan to buy a bunch of cheap flowers for your loved one, you can wander around and experience the atmosphere.

PC Hooftstraat

The expensive shopping street has famous brands such as Armani, Chanel, Gucci and Mulberry. Do not miss out on the Shoebaloo chain shop. This is the best shoe store in the city if you want to spend a few hundred Euros for brands such as Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana and Dior. In this street, you will also find Didato, a speciality shop for fashion-conscious men.

The Nine Small Streets

The area between the Koningsplein and the Westerkerk (between the Prinsengracht and the Herengracht) is called The Nine Small Streets and is an excellent shopping area. It is a fantastic experience to see the canals and the old homes while looking around in all the small shops, cafés and galleries. Local Service, at the crossing of the Keizersgracht and the Huidenstraat, is a beautiful shop where you can choose from a wide selection of shirts by Paul Smith. In the Nine Streets, you will also find Spoiled — one of the new concept stores of Amsterdam. It sells trendy jeans, designer casual wear, old records and books about design.

Magna Plaza

The former post office, which was built in neo-gothic style in 1898, seems to come straight from a fairy tale. It houses more than forty exclusive, mainly fashion shops. You should not miss de small cheese and delicatessen shop on the ground floor!
Address: Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 182
tram: 2, 14, 5, 20, 13 & 17, halte Dam.

Maison de Bonneterie

An old, luxurious department store with wooden balconies and a very interesting old lift. The shop offers clothing, interior items and sports items. A tip: Take the lift all the way to the top and hit a few balls in the golfing shop.
Address: Rokin 140 – 142.

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