Batavia Stad Amsterdam

This lakeside fasion outlet mall located near the city of Lelystad and houses more than 250 fashion brands, cafes and restaurants . Bargain hunters flock here from around the country due to the big brands and discounted goods with 30-70% discount . Visitors from outside the EU can benefit from even more savings by shopping Tax Free

The Beethovenstraat

As one of the more secluded shopping areas, the beethovenstraat is a narrow street offering, perfumeries, fashion and upscale pattiseries. Located in Amsterdam’s Zuid district, its the perfect area to shop at your own pace.

The Haarlemmerdijk

The trendy street of Haarlemmerdijk stretching from the east to the west towards Amsterdam central station is a lively strip where you can find everything from shoes independent labels and second-hand clothes to specialty food products, interior design items and Dutch collectables.

Art & antiques in the Spiegelkwartier

The Speigelkwartier is home to more than 70 antiques shops and galleries in ths area and it boasts an almost unreal collection of paintings, ceramics, glass, jewellery, furniture, tribal and Asian collectibles. From ancient to modern you are sure to find something to take home with you

The Kalverstraat and Leidsestraat

The two major shopping streets in Amsterdam’s city centre are the Kalverstraat and the Leidestraat. The Liedstraat is home to the more exclusive shops such as Filippa K, shoebaloo, Paul Warmer and Karen Millen. Whereas the Kalvestraat is home to all the shops you would find in your average European city like H&M, Mexx, Esprit and Zara.

Department stores and shopping centres

Dam square is home to a broad selection of high-end brands, De Bijenkorf is one of Amsterdam’s best-known department stores located in the impressive historic buiding located just behind Dam Square, Magna Plaza is a collection of shops, ranging from Mango to Sissy Boy along with the other forty plus retails hops available to relax and unwind.

Upscale designers and labels

Situated in the museum district you will find a luxury shoppers dream. The P.C.Hoosftsraat is Amsterdam’s most exclusive shopping street feauturing brands such as Mulberry, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, DKNY and more within a few short block. On the Van Baerlestraat you can find brands like Vanilla, Gant and Miss Sixty. Or you can walk down the cornelisschuytstraat the home of famous dutch designers like lingerie, guru, Marlies and Dekkers.

The Nine Streets (De NegenStraatjes)

This shoppers paradise is located within the city’s historical canal district and is comprised of nine narrow streets called the NegenStraatjes. The nine streets intersect the main canals between leidestraat and the Jordaan district, and are accompanied by superb restaurants, cafes, art galleries, jewellers, boutiques and vintage stores. Full to the brim with many different styles, it is sure to quench every shoppers thirst.


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