A blocks-long street market, open Monday - Saturday, filled with Dutch food stalls selling cheese, herring, and more. Hit the "Popa Oliva" stand for Mediterranean salads galore.
When visiting Amsterdam, see some of the many marketplaces. Flowers, cheese, herbs, fresh groceries – there seems to be one market for each item. 11 market places are open all year long. Enjoy!
Good fresh products... especially fish.Add some market stalls with some nasty taste in clothing, and this is Amsterdam.Don't forget to get a Stroop Wafel.
TRAVEL FACT: Hunt for bargains at the largest, best-known street market in the country. The Albert Cuyp is open Monday to Saturday from about 9AM until around 5PM.
Don't leave the Market without trying stroop waffle.
Buy your fish here on Saturday. Don't forget to wear sun glasses
Fresh fish, meat, cheese, veggies, fruit, everything is here.
Do not try the stroopwafels! They're bad quality! Take the 'poffertjes'!!!!!!
Great fish-stalls on Saturdays. Wide variety of fish and seafood at good prices.
Make sure to visit the shops behind the stalls as well: lots of beautiful clothes, shoes and accessories for little money!
Cheapest cheese in town ;)
I really enjoyed here. Very fresh produce and grocery. Cheap clothes and delicious snacks. A good place to go on a lazy afternoon.
mmmm, poffertje and stroop wafels!
Wanna eat a great sandwich ? You MUST try Boer Geert, they are the best!
Treat yourself to a fresh stroop wafel made at the market...warm gooey madness...yum!
The place to be to try all the Dutch delicacies: fresh, hot stroopwafels, poffertjes, herring with onion AND pickles, cheese, fried Vietnamese springrolls!
Lowest prices for Lysterine!
If you're a tourist come early and don't miss it!
When you visit this market try Goudse Jong Belegen Kaas a famous dutch cheese.
Get a stroopwaffel!
Exotica pet shop at the end of the market is the best in town!!
Good bars And resto's! The fruit you have to eat right away :-))
Lively area with lots of choice in bars, coffe shops and restaurants. Cheap prices generally for the Netherlands. Good for fresh flowers, fish, cheap clothing (dearer than Primark!)
Get your nuts at Jan Gotjé, east part of the market. Best nuts I've had and great value.
Don't miss Albert Cuypmarkt if you are in Amsterdam
Take stroll along this street market selling everything from cheese and olives to leather goods. Pop off into one of the many cafés to rest your feet with a beer.
Great for browsing - from cheese to leather and old furniture 😉
The Albert Cuyp Market is not only the biggest daily market in Amsterdam, it is also the biggest open air market in Europe!
When hungry, pick up some chicken satay.
Best poffertjes stand in Amsterdam! Also try the herring with the whole pickle slice!
One of the better markts in Amsterdam! Cheap footwear and gloves. Entertaining walk overall.
Come hungry... Lots of street food, cheeses and chocolates to eat...
Buy Gouda Cheese from this market
Ask for Joep, for the best reading/sunglasses!
Variety of goods is cheap; come for fresh produce and the scene. Great cafes in the area.
Great herring breakfast!
Get your fresh ingredients on the famous street market.
Best waaffles in the world
Terrashangen! Loads of spices and produce, but the best thing around here are the cafes in the Eerste van de Helststraat. If you've got time to spare, check the shops in the Gerard Doustraat.
for candy : de pepper bol <3
El "Mercado de Albert", abierto de lunes a sábado de 9:00 h. a 18:00 h., en él encontramos tenderetes típicos de mercadillo, así como todo tipo de puestos de comida tanto dulce como salada.
Zoek het delicatessenkraampje nabij Bazar, en neem het warme turkse brood met fetapasta en gegrilde groenten als lunch! En negeer de stroopwafels, ruikt lekkerder dan ze zijn, valt iedere keer tegen..
Welkom op de Albert Cuyp, Annemart!
Deveria ser o primeiro lugar a ser visitado em AMS .Nele vc estará convencendo e vivendo como os locais.Reze pra que a barraquinha que faz STROOPWAFEL na hora esteja por la .Imperdivel!