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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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  • I expected that this market will be more colors. Perhaps my expectations were not justified, because it was autumn. In any case, the flower market is worth a go. Here you will find a lot of souvenirs, tulip bulbs most exotic shapes and colors, beautiful bouquets of dried flowers and many more all-everything. From paints eyes run! It is very nice that vendors do not adhere. You can go and just watch.
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  • I have never seen so many tulip bulbs in my life. This is a real pretty and colorful walk. Go check it out even if you're not interested in flowers. It's a neat little walk. Plenty of shopping and foo...  more »
  • This market, perhaps originally dedicated to horticulture, it is now so famous and popular, that almost all banks do not disdain also sales of gadgets and various souvenirs. In any case, to purchase bulbs (or seeds and "starter kit" for cannabis cultivation) the visit required and takes little time. Recommend going there early in the morning you can visit easily.
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  • Must to see in Amsterdam , even if you are not flowers fan. I haven't seen ever so much different seeds. Beside tulips bulbs, here you can find bonsai and a lot of domestic and exotic plans and seeds.
  • It's flowers, flower bulbs, more flowers etc. I honestly never shop here as it all looks high priced and you can get these items at any garden store for cheaper. I usually end up walking past here to go to Starbucks! It's a great tourist area I suppose if you want to bring home tulip bulbs that could get confiscated by customs.
  • This place is incredible; a must see place for those visiting Amsterdam. The range of flowers ranging from the all familiar tulip to other colorful varieties is insane! Not to mention, what they don't tell you on Google is that there are a lot of shops on this street selling amazing food, particularly cheese.
  • A very nice outdoor market that is all about flowers. Here you can buy tulip bulbs for few euros! A nice souvenir from Holland
  • Great attraction for the tourist. You can find these some great deals on tulips, but beware of what you are buying. Once I bought molded tulip onions. However, there is a great shop with great selection of succulents.