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  • 1. Souvenirs

    In Amsterdam center there are several Henri Willig cheese shops, specialised in selling Dutch cheese and traditional food like stroopwafels, cranberries and liquorice. The center city shops are...

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  • 2. Clothing Shops

    Marlies Dekkers is a well-known Dutch lingerie designer. She has a number of shops all over the world, where her line of lingerie is sold. The Amsterdam shop is located in one of the cosy "Nine...

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  • 3. Magna Plaza

    Magna Plaza s a very up market shopping mall indeed. Loads of upper priced shops, but also a fair number of generally affordable shops as well. Specialty shops are here in numbers great for just a...

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  • 4. Kalverstraat

    2TheLoo is a shop with everything you need for your smallest room in the house; yes, the toilet. It opened February 17, 2011. One big advantage: You may visit the loo in this shop. 2014 update: The...

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  • 5. Shoe Shops

    Unlike in the high priced shops on Hooftstraat and elsewhere, real avant design was found in chain stores with prices concordant with service - low. No salespersons to speak of, just piles of boxed...

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  • 6. Dam Square

    Hogendoorn & Kaufman is a shop with crockery, glass, crystal and china fo sale. Top brands like Fabergé, Meissen and Lomonosov and Delft & Makkum Pottery are available. Both classic and modern designs...

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  • 7. Flowermarket

    Very close to kalverstraat on singel street you will find the flower market of Amsterdam - Bloemenmarktץ The flower market is very colorful with many flowers located on stores on houseboats ,...

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  • 8. Waterlooplein & Fleamarkets

    The Waterlooplein market is a combination of fleamarket, open air street market and some loose vendors. Half of the stalls have clothes (even ex-theater costumes). You will find leather - silk, fur...

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  • 9. Albert Cuyp - Street Markets

    Just off the Albert Cuyp street market you'll find the most interesting Dutch enamel store "De Emaillekeizer" (The Enamel Emperor"). Just visit this store to see what kind of enamel stuff there is...

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  • 10. Tax Free - VAT refund

    Schiphol Airport is great for those last minute treats. For instance we didn't have a fridge in our hotel room so had to buy things like cheese at the last minute. Before passport control there is a...

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  • 11. Food Markets

    Toko Ramee is one of the many Asian/Indonesian toko’s that Amsterdam has to offer. Especially in this area (close to the famous Albert Cuyp market) there are lots and lots of these shops, a lot of...

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  • 12. Red Light District Shops

    If you're female, or have a female partner, a vibrator is the toy most likely to make the biggest difference to your sex life. Many women have their first orgasm with a vibrator, and most women find...

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  • 13. De Bijenkorf

    If you are looking for a bigger department store, Bijenkorf is a good bet. Bijenkorf is a chain department store throughout the Netherlands. While they can be a pricey, you will probably find what...

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  • 14. Chocolates

    't Goede Soet is a small shop filled with special chocolats, Candy and more handmade sweets. Entering the shop will lead to buying some of the mouthwatering goodies. Business hours: Mo:...

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  • 15. Nine Little Streets

    Roerende Zaken is a shop where you can find classic design objects from furniture to clocks, lamps and othe decorative items. Business hours: Th-Fr: 1PM - 6PM Sa: 1PM - 5PM Su: 2PM - 5PM or at...

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  • 16. PC Hooftstraat

    PC Hooftstraat The PC Hoofstraat and the district near the museums (the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum) has been titled the best shopping street in Amsterdam and it...

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  • 17. Delftware

    The Royal Delft shop sells the original Delftware porcelain made by the Delft factory. Also pottery made by the Tichelaar factory at Makkum is for sale. Business hours: Mo-Sa: 9:30AM - 6PM Su: 11AM...

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  • 18. Book stores

    Scheltema Bookstore – originated in 1853 – is a true paradise for booklovers. It is located in the heart of the city centre. Scheltema offers six floors stacked with fiction and non-fiction books with...

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  • 19. Albert Heijn

    The Albert Heijn supermarket is one of the oldest chain shops of the Netherlands. Original started at Zaandam, the chain now has branches in almost all Dutch villages and cities. Their first grocery...

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  • 20. Condomerie

    This shop has a novelty condom for every occassion. Your man thinks he is hung like an elephant? there's a big trunk Or perhaps he is a patriotic American - opt for lady liberty Vegetables, dope...

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  • 21. Puccini Bomboni

    Puccini Bomboni is a famous local chocolate shop. Actually there are two shops; the manufacturing by hand location is at the Staalstraat branch. At entering the shop you will be overwhelmed by the...

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  • 22. Antiques

    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...

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  • 23. Diamonds

    For more than 400 years, Amsterdam has been the "City of Diamonds". Several diamond sellers are housed in the AMSTERDAM DIAMOND CENTER. Besides diamonds, you can shop for jewelery, watches and silver...

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  • 24. Street Markets

    The Bos en Lommer street market is held at the Bos en Lommerplein formerly known as the Gulden Winckelplantsoen. The new square is a bit elevated to street level; the basement of the square is a...

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  • 25. DampKring

    The Grey Area and the Dampkring are two of my favorite coffee shops, they both contain an awsome selection of cannabis and hash. They know what there selling, and they know exactly what type of...

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Amsterdam shopping. The most popular streets are the Nieuwendijk and Kalverstraat. But don't forget the many street markets like the Albert Cuyp, The Waterlooplein, Noordermarkt and Nieuwmarkt....

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