Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
About Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam - Address
Address: Albert Cuypstraat, 1072 CN Amsterdam, Netherlands
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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This is one of the largest and busiest outdoor markets in whole Europe. This place started trading in the year 1904 and now there are more than 300 stalls on the both sides of the road. The name of the street is Albert Cuyp and you can find almost anything and everything in the market. Products and items like cheese, herring, clothes, spices, vegetables, fruits, beddings and cosmetics and such are sold here and the quality of the products is pretty good. You will also discover that the price of the products here is the cheapest amongst all the places in Amsterdam and that is why, this place remains crowded all the time. You can find a considerable amount of people here on Saturdays and also on other sunny days.
Renowned for being one of the busiest markets in the entire Europe, the Albert Cuyp Market of Amsterdam is definitely something not to miss during an European trip. The market is open and free for visitors. You neither have to buy any Albert Cuyp Market Tickets for visiting the place nor have to worry about the Albert Cuyp Market Ticket Prices. There might be some Albert Cuyp Market Ticket Costs for parking. Ensure to check the weather before visiting the place.
Albert Cuyp Market Information
- You can buy things you want and all the things available here are fresh and of good quality.
- Market can close early due to bad weather and winter.
- For window shopping, one hour is enough to see the market.
How To reach Albert Cuyp Market by Public Transport
- Take a tram from Amsterdam, Albert Cuypstraat
- Take a bus from Amsterdam, Stadhouderskade (Ferdinand Bolstraat)
Restaurants Near Albert Cuyp Market
- Hotel Linda
- Van Ostade Hotel
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This is a great place to taste some of the local food and buy interesting stuff. I recommend trying the herrings on bread or plain with pickles, the stroopwaffles freshly made, the fried nut mixes, the fruit and vegetable juices and whatever else seem yummy enough. You can find all sort of dutch cheeses and spiced spreads to eat with bread or toasts. They also sell turkish sandwiches and roasted chicken with side dishes. I went twice there because it is so much more interesting than the tourist area restaurants. Also, the neighbourhood is worth a visit for a change of the canals areas. It is near the Heineken Experience so you can do both if you are into that. Don't miss the opportunity for some authentic food!
Great market. Bargains to be found. Grocery and fish prices excellent value for money. Textiles and leather also good. Fresh produce more varied and genuine than supermarkets
Good and relatively cheap food and leather goods (bags, wallets, etc.). Cheese items are also available at almost half the price from most touristy places that sell them. Definitely a must see and do when in Amsterdam. Best to go around 11am on a Friday
Everything you could want on one street. If you are a shopper, plan on spending a few hours. Food and drink stalls all over. Note worthy are the rotisserie chicken stalls, fried fish stalls, fruit and vegetable stalls, Dutch waffles (Stroopwafels) and much more. When I'm visiting, I'll be here at least every other day.
Great market. you can buy just about anything from here... Easy to get to by tram; lots of coffee shops / restaurants if you want to stop and watch the world go by.
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