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Albert Cuyp Markt

Market and Flea Market
Oude Pijp, Amsterdam
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  • Gabriela M.
    "Poffertjes, the mini pancakes are delicious!"(9 Tips)
    Canan Cem Deniz
    "Best street market ever!"(8 Tips)
    Elise
    "fresh stroop wafel made at the market...warm gooey madness...yum!"(3 Tips)
    W T.
    "Freshly made hot stroopwafel is delicious!"(2 Tips)
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  • Daphne G.
    The churros here is the best ever! And there r many local street food which r good here. And best part is cheap! Lots of things to buy and see. Western morning/night market.
  • brandon x.
    Really not worth your time if you only have a short stay. Mostly bricabrac and cheap Chinese goods. Nothing remarkable food wise.
  • Sanne - S.
    A must visit if you come to Amsterdam! Try a fresh, warm stroopwafel: a famous Dutch snack
  • Duncan H.
    Quiet on a Monday morning, but vibrant at all other times! Grab a fresh squeezed orange juice, some poffertjes or a stroopwaffel and explore!
  • Ish M.
    Ish MahdiMarch 31
    Stroopwaffle!! Oh and the spring roll stand is v good also :)
  • Gorki
    GorkiFebruary 28
    This market is a good combination of foods and needs. You can find in here everything you need even vegies or fabric. Fruits, waffles,pancakes, chocalate,etc.. You should visit every bench...
  • Yondering M.
    Open Monday to Saturday these traditional Dutch market sells cheese, stroopwafels, herring and more. Be greedy try it all its all delicious.
  • Sofia U.
    Sofia UzDecember 22, 2015
    Come here to buy local cheese and other foods, souvenirs. They're cheapest here. Everything else is crap
  • Canan Cem Deniz
    Canan Cem DenizDecember 16, 2015
    Best street market ever! You can try many local foods (Poffertjes, Stroopwafels...) and watch an authentic scene from Amsterdam-like life!
  • Steven R.
    Steven RDecember 2, 2015
    Everything from souvenirs and fresh veggies to lingerie and linens, this open air market is worth a visit if for no other reason than to just see it all.
  • Leonardo C.
    Leonardo ChavezNovember 20, 2015
    It's a nice place to walk around, 9-5 if you are there and like sweets try poffertjes they are amazing!!!
  • Russell H.
    Russell HirschornNovember 12, 2015
    Pofertjes, stroopwaffle, kippling are just some delish treats. Walk the whole market to see all the options.
  • Liam R.
    Liam ReynoldsAugust 15, 2015
    Warm, freshly cooked stroopwafel is amazing. There's also a lot of stalls selling incredible fresh juice for only €1!
  • Bas .
    Bas 🌀July 28, 2015
    Have fun (check the other tips to see how) and mind your belongings (pickpockets).
  • Derrick F.
    Derrick FooJuly 1, 2015
    Pretty standard street market with lots of cheap clothes and random nicknacks. Get to sample local Dutch delicacies including herring, nuts, cheese, and desserts like poffertjes.
  • Lennart v.
    Daily market. Better than the supermarket, great place to wander around. Beware of pickpockets!
  • Gino B.
    Gino BorromeoApril 25, 2015
    The haring is wonderful. Fresh, clean tasting and paired with pickled gherkins.
  • Laurel D.
    Laurel DyaniApril 7, 2015
    One of my favorite and most frequented places in Amsterdam. Get a harring broodje And a fresh juice
  • Jetset Extra
    Jetset ExtraApril 6, 2015
    Amsterdam’s hip and green crowd scour the market stalls at the city’s many busy markets, including Albert Cuypmarkt. The daily Waterlooplein & twice-weekly Noordermarkt have lots of secondhand stalls. Read more
  • Ozgur T.
    Ozgur TuncayApril 6, 2015
    It was interesting yet If I lived in Amsterdam, I'd love it more. Great place for fresh food and vegetables but not much else. Good walk on a Sunday afternoon.
  • Talita K.
    Talita KaminskiApril 3, 2015
    It is good to eat all types of Amsterdam food for a cheap price. You must try the hot stropwafer with chocolate, it is heavenly!
  • B K.
    B KMarch 1, 2015
    t is just like Turkish bazaars/outdoor markets but much cleaner and organized. You can find fruits, bicycles, cheese, fabric, furniture, records, waffles, patat, souvenir..etc for fair prices.
  • Irina G.
    Irina GrabinaFebruary 22, 2015
    The place where you can taste all Dutch delicious food - herring, waffles, cheese, chocolate.
  • Giulianna G.
    Giulianna G.February 9, 2015
    Not my fav market in the city but they have a great selection of fruits, teas, spices, cheese, breads, and veggies. Check out the stores on the sidewalk part too.
  • Katrina Z.
    Katrina ZaiJanuary 27, 2015
    Awesome market place to eat and buy souvenirs. From the olives stall to the cheeses. Lots to look at. Remember to get an order of mini pancakes. So yummy!!
  • Jolande G.
    Jolande GriffioenJanuary 15, 2015
    Very nice market you should visit when in Amsterdam! Lots of fresh food but also souvenirs - also try the shops behind the market.
  • IB
    IBJanuary 12, 2015
    Nice market, good choice of street food, seafood, cheese.
  • Ravi M.
    Ravi MongiaNovember 23, 2014
    Come here on a weekday so it won't be as crowded. Try some Dutch street food or enjoy the fresh seafood market.
  • Linda W.
    Linda WongNovember 8, 2014
    Interesting place to get good bargains and variety of street food. Stroopwafels here are delicious!
  • Vitalii D.
    Vitalii DavidenkoOctober 24, 2014
    Here u can find local food, and everything are so fresh!
  • Matej M.
    Matej MichlikSeptember 15, 2014
    Overpriced tourist s**t in the middle, but a few lovely stores by the sides!
  • British G.
    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!)
  • Niels B.
    Niels BomMay 16, 2014
    Get your nuts at Jan Gotjé, east part of the market. Best nuts I've had and great value.
  • Lynne W.
    Lynne WilliamsApril 8, 2014
    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.
  • MEININGER Hotels
    MEININGER HotelsApril 7, 2014
    The Albert Cuyp Market is not only the biggest daily market in Amsterdam, it is also the biggest open air market in Europe!
  • Lufthansa
    LufthansaMarch 17, 2014
    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!
    Upvoted May 1
  • ciaoasia
    ciaoasiaJanuary 9, 2014
    Best poffertjes stand in Amsterdam! Also try the herring with the whole pickle slice!
  • Amiel C.
    Amiel ChuOctober 20, 2013
    I really enjoyed here. Very fresh produce and grocery. Cheap clothes and delicious snacks. A good place to go on a lazy afternoon.
  • Wynne
    WynneOctober 20, 2013
    One of the better markts in Amsterdam! Cheap footwear and gloves. Entertaining walk overall.
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsSeptember 29, 2013
    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.
  • Cynthia D.
    Cynthia DrescherApril 4, 2013
    Variety of goods is cheap; come for fresh produce and the scene. Great cafes in the area.
  • Yin
    YinMarch 19, 2013
    The place to be to try all the Dutch delicacies: fresh, hot stroopwafels, poffertjes, herring with onion AND pickles, cheese, fried Vietnamese springrolls!
  • Fleur t.
    Fleur ter HorstNovember 21, 2012
    Make sure to visit the shops behind the stalls as well: lots of beautiful clothes, shoes and accessories for little money!
  • Party Earth
    Party EarthOctober 26, 2012
    Look for the orange juice and fruit smoothie tables set up beside the produce stands. You can always find a freshly-squeezed glass of something sweet and refreshing for about €1. Read more
  • Henriette
    HenrietteAugust 2, 2012
    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.
  • LaDiva C.
    LaDiva CastilloJune 25, 2011
    The best market in Amsterdam!! Have a fresh haring zuur met alles, buy boerkaas bij Johan, go to the Visboer ( the one in the car) in front of them is a stand where you can buy really nice french goa
  • Li-May
    Li-MayMay 14, 2011
    TrY the fresh herrings, Smoked fishes. Very tasty and fresh !
  • Eddy L.
    Eddy LentenDecember 21, 2010
    Good store foor your sporting goods at Lenten sportfashionevrything foor fitness and runing also big collection shape ups and fitflop albert Cuyp 266
  • Baks
    BaksDecember 17, 2010
    Di Napoli Lederwaren - great advice, great prices for luggage. Ask Eric or Rocky how you can get tax back at customs. Very helpful!
  • Teun d.
    Teun de KortMarch 15, 2010
    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.
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