Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
(3.5/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
Buy fruits, vegetables, sweets, and clothes at Albert Cuyp Market, the largest street market in the capital city. Following a tradition since 1904, vendors in 300 stalls sell a wide range of products bursting with colors and smells. You can get anything from fish and cameras to makeup and spices. In addition, the prices are usually lower than at regular shops. Look for typical products from Africa and the Middle East, and quench your thirst at some of the numerous ethnic cafes and bars that surround the market. Plan to visit Albert Cuyp Market during your Amsterdam vacation using our convenient Amsterdam itinerary builder.
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  • It's the typical local market where people pour to purchase various kinds (fruits, vegetables, fish, desserts) but also clothes, souvenirs and various equipment.
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  • It's worth visiting the marketplace for the supply manifold with souvenirs and local products. Very neat and easy to manage the walk through the stalls. Full of street food at affordable prices. A rarity in Amsterdam
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  • It is said that Albert Cuyp is one of the best markets of Amsterdam, for me it's a good market, but little more, it has too many souvenirs and compared stops few with local products. That Yes, if you go, you will find some stop nuts, in these stops you have to buy a few square candy of toffee or chocolate that sell are real good!
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  • Came by this market early in the morning before it got packed. Many of the stores were still setting up, but they still had some of the food being made, so you could still order. There were many pigeons flocking around the area as well as one that was dead on the floor, but people just stepped on it. Doubt you'd be able to see it if it was crowded. Some of the stuff I tried included the poffertjes, stroopwafels, and the mini pancakes. Ask for no butter on the mini pancakes because you'd feel gross afterwards.
  • Very popular market in Amsterdam. Here you will find a myriad variety of typical food, cheese, accessories, clothing and so forth. I highly recommend the visit. Save some money to spend here if you like.
  • Great place to pick up souvenirs relatively cheaply. Be sure to check out the various waffle and pancake stands - both are delicious.
  • A really nice long market, full of stalls. Food options are nice and there are few vegan ones as well. There's pretty much everything in the market: cloths, shoes, flowers, food, toys etc. You can barely see it if the market is open but there are lots of nice shops that are hiding behind the market's stalls itself as well.
  • It is a nice market. go there often to buy fresh produce, which is often cheaper and of better quality than what you can found in stores like Albert Heijn or Deen. I also buy razors, electronics, etc. For a southern Europen like me, the market is not mindblowing, but it is definetely useful and worth a visit if you are a tourist