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IJ-Hallen, Amsterdam

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  • שוק פשפשים עם מגוון רחב של בגדים, רהיטים ומוצרים מכל הסוגים. מחירים זולים (אפשר להתמקח קצת.. :) ) שווה ביקור!  more »
  • Normally I find it really super cozy and I always go home with something. Unfortunately it was different this time, I do not know if it ceases or to the stalls. I personally feel that during the winter months they the entre price though. There are less than half of the stalls as normal and you paid the full price admission. This is for me and maybe more people a reason not to go in the winter. During the summer months I will be there again, but for the time being I prefer at home.
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  • The journey from Centre was hassle free and also free ! one boards the ferry from behind the Railway Station and cross over to the other side ..possibly only 5 to 10 minutes. The market is housed in a...  more »
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  • Come in the morning to get the best of what's on offer. Towards the evening, there's not much left of interest.
  • As a visitor this is something worth seeing, not everybody's cup of tea but certainly a great location and a good snapshot of Amsterdam's edgy side
  • VERY disappointed. Paid 10 euro for hubby and I to enter the gate. I expected more "stuff" and possibly antiques. This was ACRES and ACRES of used clothing. Maybe 5-10% "stuff" like funky garage-sale findings. No treasures. Unless you're into used clothes. Will stick to Waterloo Market in Belgium.
  • One very big thriftstore... Either they have wat you want or they don't...
  • Huge flea market! Bring your bargaining game - that's part of the fun. It can be a bit intimidating as there are hundreds of stands but a great way to spend the day. The Porto-bathrooms are kept relatively clean and will cost you €.50 to use.