IJ-hallen Flea Market, Amsterdam

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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3.7/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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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. 
  • 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.
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  • 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...
  • 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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