Amsterdam is a great shopping destination, with a wide range of shops for every taste and style. Stroll through the Nine Streets (the small lanes connecting Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht and Herengracht) or jump directly into one of the biggest department stores such as De Bijenkorf or Magna Plaza.
Situated in Dam Square, in the centre of Amsterdam, De Bijenkorf is the biggest department store in town. Here you will find selected high-quality goods, from clothing and cosmetic, jewellery to decorations for the house.
Dam 1, 1012 JS Amsterdam
Located across the street from the Royal Palace and Magna Plaza is an elegant building with three floors for shopping. Whatever you're looking for, Magna Plaza has a little bit of everything: jewellery, clothing, souvenirs, skin care and cosmetics.
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 182I, 1012 SJ Amsterdam
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Located in Amsterdam’s Heiligeweg, this shop sells a wide variety of elegant and versatile ladies’ wear.
Heiligeweg 26-28, Amsterdam
This is more of a platform rather that a shop. It allows young designers to reach new customers. The space is full with handmade, trendy accessories and unique clothing all created by talented designers.
Haarlemmerdijk 39, Amsterdam
La Rosa Curiosa
A charming place full of colour with cute skirts and rose garlands, blouses and boas. Rosa buys and resells second-hand items and new clothes, home-made creations and accessories.
Spuistraat 181B, Amsterdam
The Kalverstraat is the busiest shopping street in Amsterdam. Along its 750 metres you can find some of the most popular clothing shops such as Zara, Bershka, Stradivarius, Pull and Bear and many others.
More an attraction than a shopping street, this unique market was established in 1862. Here you will find all sorts of narcissus, tulips, geraniums and many other types of flowers.
Singel 630 to 600 1017 AZ, Amsterdam%
De 9 straatjes
Specialized in vintage and designer boutiques this picturesque canal-district also offers great possibilities for lunch and dinner. De 9 straatjes are located just behind Dam Square on the way from the Anne Frank Museum to the Rijksmuseum.