Flower Market / Bloemenmarkt, Amsterdam
(3.2/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web)
Thousands of colorful flowers at Flower Market / Bloemenmarkt adorn the waterfront of Singel channel. Installed on floating houseboats, the shops offer a large variety of tulips, narcissus, and seeds of numerous plants for creating a home garden. Get a colorful bouquet, or take a walk along the fragrant alley. If you're planning to take some plants out of the country, make sure you have a customs-cleared stamp for export. Arrange to visit Flower Market / Bloemenmarkt and other attractions in Amsterdam using our Amsterdam tour planner.
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  • very beautiful and cheep place. it is Near from a lot of museums and old cheese shops. It is easy to reach. I advise u to go there. They have flower seeds, I think it is good to buy it. 
  • The missus dragged me along and it was actually worth going. Go on your last day in town as it's , the tulip bulbs are really cheap and the variety you don't get in the UK. I'm actually looking forwar...  more »
  • The flower market has become a tourist attraction almost exclusively. However for lovers of the bulbs you can find some good prices, but are the same things that we find in Italy, here too the globalization hit, but let's not get lost of mind, let's see why go! Remember, the best prices are in the central part of the market, so when you don't get in the first little shop! Personally I took 50 bulbs, unfortunately I can't say the quality of these saw I should plant them soon! I looked at the raramentte in Italy or cyclamen bulbs almost never see! The shops are for 3/4 floated, look how cute from the outside! Due after flowers found a wide variety of home decor from tourists at prices more or less valid! While you can provide convenience the nearby supermarket, and don't forget the kiosk of herring, a must try! Spend some pleasant hours distraendovi between a small shop and another and admiring the fantasy of varieties of bulbs!
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  • Lots and lots of beautiful flower bulbs. The strip of shops is long and you should check them all for pricing and quality before buying. Like some reviews may have mentioned, a lot of the bags are plastic which isn't the best for storing flower bulbs. I only noticed one shop (the first one by the bridge) had bags that had "export certification for USA/Canada. Not sure how important that is but better safe than sorry. I didn't buy any since I was still traveling through Europe and didn't want to lug it along. They also have real flowers and little souvenirs for sale. They sell more than just tulip bulbs. I saw peonies, amaryllis, crocuses, herbal and flower seed bombs, and even Buddha palms.
  • So many people want to be here and especially love crazy flower women 😊. I like the diversity and it's a good place to buy souvenirs or seeds of Tulip for loved ones.
  • Beautiful spot to pick up some souvenirs especially if you want anything tulip related. The streets are also full of cheese cellars where you get a chance to taste different types of cheeses. A must visit!
  • Personally i'm not a big flower fan . things that i observed in this place: - Prices differs in this street. as you reach the end of it , you can find same thing with way lower pricing. + Lots of different flower seeds are available to buy + perfect place for ppl that like gardening - Rarely flowers can be seen in this place
  • It expresses well netherland's culture and iconic things. It is also a place where you can find suveniers.