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IJ-hallen Flea Market, Amsterdam
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This was an interesting market in that a lot of locals support it. Younger crowds definitely focusing on clothing. Interesting market in that it did not have new, cheap junk for sale. Truly was a flea... read more »
I went to this market as this is the largest flea market in Europe. I nearly spent 4-5 hours there. It worth visiting as you can find lots of second hand products.
Ich war enttäuscht von dem Markt. verwöhnt von belgischen Antikmärkten hätte ich mir mehr Antikes gewünscht. Bestimmt 90% der Ware sind Klamotten. Für mich hat sich der Besuch nicht gelohnt.I was disappointed by the market. spoiled by Belgian antique markets I would have liked more antique. 90% of the goods determines are clothes. The visit has not paid for me.show original
The big flea market has many stands selling used bikes for a fair price - some will even give you a (short) warranty. A cheap place to have your bike fixed, too. Nice options for food: Vietnamese spring rolls, Falafel from Jordan, Greek pastries...
Jeroen de Wijn
Not whst it used to be. This outdoor market has lost a lot of charm over the decades by becoming very commercial and losing the depth in quaint little stalls. Still worth a quick visit for the vintage clothes, just don't expect any great deals.
It's a great market and you are able to find the greatest things. Have a jolly good time, drink a coffee. ...eat chips. I recommend this market to everyone.
Waterlooplein is basically a flea market for stoners. They have all kinds of weed paraphernalia. They've even got weed goodies, like lollipops, chocolate, and ice cream, just to name a few. Unlike Dappermarkt or Albert Cuypmarkt, Waterlooplein does not have any food stands. They do have souvenirs and a lot of secondhand stuff for sale. I managed to nab a (working) Bon Jovi Slippery When Wet record for just 3 euros!
This is not what it used to be, it is now a bit too touristed so it lost its Flea market idea and the prices are higher than a averag flea market but of you walk equally to the official Flea market Street you can find some cheaper stores with real Flea market stuff, I still love this place it got a great market atmosphere go and check it!
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