Waterlooplein Market, Amsterdam
(2.7/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Browse more than 300 stalls of merchandise at Waterlooplein Market. This lively market stretches three blocks and offers items ranging from antiques and leather goods, to secondhand clothing and souvenirs. Sample some of the local cuisine at one of the many food stands. Be aware that a number of the booths are not open when it rains. See Waterlooplein Market and all Amsterdam has to offer by arranging your trip with our Amsterdam itinerary planner.
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  • Its a flee market that has everything u can imagine from shoes to hippies clothes to artifacts to souvenirs 
  • Heard so much about this flea market and saw it listed on the official Amsterdam tourism website, so i had high expectations. Got there and was very, very disappointed! it felt like a royal waste of t...  more »
  • The "flea market" is a picturesque walk, to explore selling items of the most varied products (clothing, souvenirs, tools, accessories,...) new and second hand. An ideal place to buy some gifts or "memories", for convenient prices. RECOMMENDED only if you have some time...
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  • Great market to visit. plenty of bike parking right next to the market, take a long walk all the way through it. Lots of clothing stalls, some food stalls too, useful for getting some supplies if you are visiting and self catering.
  • An amazing flea market. Everything from tourist junk to vintage sweaters. Reasonable prices.
  • Nice market with different stands. Everyone is friendly and good prices too. There is also a fair amount of hand maid things, from paintings to leather purses and so on.
  • Antiques, clothes, records all at fair prices. There are always some neat finds to be had here. Don't forget to buy your cat shirts for Cat Shirt Friday!
  • Street market with lots of reasonably priced items. Get there by 4pm as they started shutting at 5pm. Got an awesome felt hat for 20 Euro!