Mango Magna Plaza, Amsterdam
(2.4/5 based on 320 reviews on the web)
Take the shopping trip of your dreams at Mango Magna Plaza, a world-class shopping mall that was once the main post office of Amsterdam. Before entering, marvel at the elegant architecture of the building, considered one of the city's 10 most valuable. Once inside, explore the central hall, the galleries, and even the arcades. A sunroof crowns the structure and soaks it in natural light. Add Mango Magna Plaza and other attractions to your Amsterdam trip itinerary using our Amsterdam trip builder.
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  • This former Post Office Building stands out as an icon for fashionistas . With a variety of shops on every level . The stunning Christmas tree suspended over the huge stairwell is breathtaking . On th...  more »
  • Inside there is beautiful Christmas tree, great Christmas atmosphere, but unfortunately- small amount of shops, elevators are putten very wierd.. 
  • The building is beautiful but the shopping is limited we were lucky to find a few things to purchase a good experience and a beautiful building 
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  • The building is great inside and out, well worth a visit. The shopping inside was of a small and poor selection and practically nothing on the top floor. It's nothing like Ka De We in Berlin.
  • The store in the bottom was the only positive aspect of this shopping centre. All other stores within the building repeat each another and don't really make you want to leave your money here. Good place to stay, if it's rainy, else, there are way more better possibilities to spend your day in Amsterdam.
  • I didn't find what I came looking for, but I had an excellent snack at the beautiful cafe in the corner of the building.
  • Very nice building. The stores are not really inviting.
  • Love the old building and there are some new shops that opened lately. I bought from a store called Banzaikidz on the second floor which really stands out! They have all kinds of exclusive brands mostly for children which I never saw before, but they all have a story. Even the most beautiful nurseries I ever saw. Lovely things and such friendly people.