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Blumenmarkt, Amsterdam

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The Bloemenmarkt is the world's only floating flower market. Founded in 1862, it is sited in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Singel between Muntplein and Koningsplein in the city's southern canal belt. It includes 15 florists and garden shops as well as a range of souvenir gifts. The market is one of the main suppliers of flowers to central Amsterdam.
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  • Rows of market stalls selling flowers, bulbs, seeds and all things horticulture related. The flowers are pretty, particularly at tulip time but once you've seen the first 4 stalls you've seen everythi...  more »
  • To be honest a very expensive flower market and too many souvenir style things too. I always go to the best florist on the market: Klaas Timmer, good advice, great flowers, nice service.  more »
  • We saw flowers market really impressive elsewhere. Two years ago we purchased here 2 bags with black tulip bulbs that we offered as gift to our friends. Which have flourished PINK tulips.  more »
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  • Largest flower market in Europe and loves up to it name. May appeal to local more if buying bulbs of various flowers is your aim. For tourists, this street is lined with traders selling all sorts of gifts at better price than the main tourist streets.
  • Flowers, flowers and more flowers. It's nice to see the various colors and types of flowers but don't expect too much. Most of the shop sell more or less the same stuff but if you go through there are also some nice shops on the opposite side.
  • Generally "more of the same". A fairly wide range of touristy tat - lots of bulbs, seedlings and plants, but neither the selection of flowers nor the pricing are particularly different from most other flower shops around town. The stalls have minimal difference at best; most seem to sell the same broad range of things. Worth walking by, but wouldn't go out of the way.
  • Loved it si many flowers 💐!!! A great variety to choose from, I recommend the one's that sell by piece. They are cheaper. Next you have cheese stores that are cheaper than the one's near the museums and the cheese is absolutely great
  • Nice place to get some souvenirs from Amsterdam, like tulip bulbs or seeds. Price are ok, the quality is good. Not all the shops have the same prices so check before buying.