Jutter Dok are a number of second hand goods shops at Amsterdam and surroundings. The Amstrdam shops are located at:
-Kerkstraat 354 (better stuff and some antiques)
-Postjeskade 23 - 25 (furniture)
-Zeeburgerpad 90 - 99 (Books, records and electronics; clothing)
-Papaverweg 23 - 25 (Something of everything)
-Jan Rebelstraat 4
Business hours: Variable per shop, common hours:
Mo-Fr: 10AM - 5PM
What to pay: Average prices
The Jordaan neighbourhood in Amsterdam is alive with many unusual little shops with a real Amsterdam atmosphere.
This is the Dutch link:
or click here
Flea markets (also called Rommelmarkt or Vlooienmarkt) in the Jordaan:
- on Saturdays and Mondays on 'Noordermarkt' (that's the name of the street)
- Daily: indoor antique market. See http://www.looier.nl/ (English link available)
Waterlooplein is the perfect place for shopping!
You can find clothes, books, gas masks from 2ndWW, boots, T-shirts and loads of other stuff there and it's all very cheap! Saying that I am a student so you know it's like really cheap.
I bought a great vintage lamp for only 5euros, a big painting for 3euros, T-shirts, albums made of homemade paper and leaves, hat...
Waterlooplein is one of the best things A'dam has to offer, we had such fun there.
What to buy: clogs, funky souvenirs, cheese, pipes...
What to pay: It's really cheap plus you can bargain!
Came across this magical store in de Jordaan. It sells almost solely Ukuleles! Its inside the De Looier Antiekcentrum.
What to buy: Ukulele or ukelele!
What to pay: They have a big range from beginner to professional
True Love is a small adorable antiques shop, but also a genuine Bed and Breakfast.
I leave it up to you to explore this hidden gem.