In the heart of Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, within walking distance of the Museum Quarter and the beautiful Vondelpark, you'll find Cornelis Schuytstraat, also known as Little Paris in Amsterdam. The lively mix of artisanal local shops, exclusive boutiques, cozy cafes, and atmospheric restaurants makes 'De Schuyt' one of the most beautiful and beloved locations in the Netherlands.
P.C. Hooftstraat in Amsterdam is renowned as a luxury shopping street and is a popular destination for shopping enthusiasts. The street hosts a range of exclusive boutiques and luxury brands such as Dior, Prada, Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Breitling, and, of course, Oger. Just conveniently 3 tram stops (Tram 2 Centraal Station) away and a short walk from the vivid Leidseplein.
The Albert Cuyp Market, with 260 stalls, is the largest day market in Europe. The market is a favorite among Amsterdammers, tourists, students, day-trippers, and entrepreneurs. It is filled with stalls offering fresh products, clothing, flowers, beautiful fabrics, and, of course, typical Dutch treats.
9 picturesque shopping streets nestled between Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht, and Singel in the canal district of Amsterdam. In the heart of UNESCO's World Heritage site, just behind the Palace on Dam Square between Raadhuisstraat and Leidsegracht. In the 9 Streets area, trade, craftsmanship, and culture have traditionally taken center stage, and 400 years later, this neighborhood full of monumental shop buildings and canal houses still buzzes with life.
Kalverstraat is Amsterdam's most famous shopping street. Every day, around 50,000 visitors come here for the many major retail chains, such as H&M, UNIQLO, Urban Outfitters, and Pull & Bear. On Dam Square, you'll find de Bijenkorf, one of the oldest and largest department stores in the Netherlands. Nieuwendijk is Amsterdam's oldest shopping street, connecting Dam Square to Central Station.