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The centre of Enschede has been modernized and there are a lot new shops.
NEW: Mexx, Esprit, Bijenkorf, Mediamarkt, and many more!!! So xome and see....
At Tuesday and Saturday there's a large market in the centre (in front of V&D).
The citycentre is opened at the next sundays: (2005) :
4 ,11,18 december
They open from 12 till 17 h. (some shops from 10-18 h.)
Look out! You have to pay the parkingspaces at sunday when the shops are open!!!
What to buy: Nothing I about to buy!!!!! HaHaHa.
See for yourself, there's much to see!
What to pay: You can pay almost anyway you want. But they don't exept larger bills everywhere!
Updated Feb 2, 2005
It's a nice shop with not only gifts. You can buy oil and vinegar (of course!!!!) and everything that come's with it.
So bread, dipping sauces, tableware and other nice stuff!
What to buy: I like the dipping and the bottles (fot oil). But there's much to see, taste and buy. So look for yourself.......
What to pay: What you prefer!
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Winkelcentrum De Klanderij 33, 7511 HS Enschede
Phone: 053 436 2687
The Irene Promenade is a small shopping center with Parking garage at the NE-side of the center. There is a supermarket ans several smaller shops. It's a nice starting point for a visit to the saturday market.
Written Feb 2, 2003
Kruimeltje is a small shop in a characteric Jugendstil building.
The new owner Margriet Kramer has arranged the merchandise better than the previous one. It's a pity that this shop will close in Summer 2013. It will be taken over by next door's Comicasa Comic Book shop.
What to buy: I found a old Dutch 45 RPM record never encountered before.
What to pay: Euro 2 for the record. Albums go up to 12 Euro's.
Updated Nov 11, 2012
Address: Zuiderhagen 35 - 7511 GJ Enschede
The saturday street market attracts buyers from all around. There is a popular area with seafood, ready to eat. Furthermore exotic fruit and vegetables can be found and some clothing and stationary stands.
There is a smaller market at Tuesdays.
What to buy: Fresh food.
Updated May 18, 2010
Address: Van Heekplein
The Waaghals was becoming a well-known chain of stores with a quality selection of CD's and music, both new and second hand.
I hope this shop stays, because in last decade 3 other shops took turns; one of them being a second hand records-only shop.
Unfortunally, the shop stopped its business!
What to buy: RECORDS!
What to pay: Average prices, a little at the high side for the imports and rare ones.
Updated Dec 16, 2009
Address: Korte Haaksbergerstraat 26 - 7511 JS Enschede
Vroom and Dreesman (V&D) is a popular department store. The Enschede branch has been completely renovated and is back in full swing.
Mo: Noon - 6PM
Di-We: 9.30AM - 6PM
Th: 9.30AM - 9PM
Fr: 9.30AM - 6PM
Sa: 9.30AM - 5PM
Updated Dec 15, 2011
Address: Hendrik Jan van Heekplein 85 - 7511 HN Enschede
The Klanderij is a rebuild shopping center, The old one with parkin on the roof is completely replaced by a modern center with underground parking.
There is a small food court and some big stores like the home electronics giant Media Markt.
Written Dec 18, 2003
Address: Hendrik Jan van Heekplein - Enschede
The nice thing about Enschede is that the shops selling books are opposite of each other.
De Slegte, selling used books can be found at: Marktstraat 13 - 7511 GC Enschede.
Boekhandel Broekhuis can be found at: Marktstraat 12 - 7511 GD Enschede.
What to buy: BOOKS!
Written Dec 18, 2003
This is a CD shop with its own policy and good music taste.
This shop is part of a chain with its own fans. They have their own fan site
2012 Update: Plato closed in early 2012; another one bites the dust :(
What to buy: CD's
Updated Jan 17, 2012
Address: Haverstraatpassage 54 - 7511EX Enschede