The 36 best shops to visit during a day of shopping in Amsterdam
Everyone knows the Kalverstraat, one of the most famous shopping streets in the Netherlands. But in Amsterdam there is so much more to discover during a shopping day. So much that you almost don't know where to start. We therefore advise you to think in advance where you want to go shopping. Every area breathes its own atmosphere. Do you choose the trendy 9 streets or the typical Amsterdam Jordaan? To help you get started, we have selected the best stores for you, shops full of fashion, vintage, gifts, goodies and home accessories. Save your favorite spots on your city guide and experience an unforgettable day of shopping.
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RESTORED ORTEN brings designers and visitors together in a new way. Discover simple and pure design items and the inspiring story behind it.
For 45 years you can go here for vintage gems. Discover thousands of items. From colorful prom dresses to skirts, jackets, jewelry and more.
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This cosy place is the ideal location for a great lunch, coffee or a delicious piece of apple pie. Nice, too. Almost the entire interior is on sale.
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On one of the most beautiful canals you will find the largest collection of old original industrial lamps. Each lamp is unique and has its own appearance.
In Mint Mini Mall you will find the most original lifestyle items and beautiful accessories. Nice to give gift or to keep all to yourself.
In the heart of Amsterdam you will find La Rosa Curiosa. A unique shop with a collection consisting of vintage, new and homemade clothes.
From large houseplants to gardening equipment and original (green) gifts. This beautiful city garden shop new style is full of it.
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With this chocolaterie, patisserie and tearoom you can go for the tastiest cakes, refined chocolates, biscuits, coffee and tea.
Slow down and see the beautiful in the small. With clothes, furniture, poems and drawings, Sukha brings beauty and joy to life.
Expertise and years of experience are central to this oldest bead shop in the Netherlands. The timeless range offers something for everyone.
A visit to this leading department store is a true experience. Numerous top brands come together in the stylish building on Dam Square.
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Step inside and imagine yourself in a world of colourful brocante, vintage and curiosities. Find surprising gifts or a unique item for your own interior.
At one of the oldest places in the city you will find De Prael, a brewery, shop and tasting room. Taste delicious artisan brewed beer.
Next to the Palace on Dam Square you will find Melly's Cookie Bar where the smell of homemade biscuits and good coffee will draw you in.
Are you ready for a healthy stopover? Then go for a delicious cold pressed juice full of nutrients from the Juice Brothers.
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In BLGK, goldsmiths Marijke te Loo, Marit de Koomen and Wouter de Gruijter create jewellery that are distinguished by their own design.
Walk in here for the most beautiful vintage items. You will find unique dresses, jackets, shoes, earrings and rings from the 40s.
Pluk stands for healthy and enjoying. It is a stylish green hotspot where they combine delicious food, juices, coffee, lifestyle and interior.
A shop entirely dedicated to peanut butter. The different flavors are made with only real, honest ingredients.
Step into a special world full of mice. It may look like a large dollhouse, but it serves as a decor for beautiful children's books.
You will return in time when you walk into this spice shop. The authentic decor has changed little since the 18th century.
2.02 meters wide and 5 meters deep. The smallest house in Amsterdam is grand in atmosphere. Inside you will find a tea and ceramic shop and tea room.
In Red Wing Shoes you will find a collection of the American shoe brand that started making sustainable work shoes in 1905.
This skate shop is a household name in Amsterdam. Besides skateboards you will find a wide collection of fashion, shoes and accessories.
Opposite the statue of Johnny Jordaan and Tante Leen you will find this shop full of unique home accessories, clothing and gifts.
Ivy & Bros combines coffee, lunch and shopping. Besides delicious food you will also find all kinds of nice fashion accessories and design items.
Enter this dream world full of fairies, dragons, trolls, unicorns and witches. This magical fairytale forest is for the real fantasy lover.
In the heart of Amsterdam, on the way to the Nine Streets, you will find this shop full of beautiful fashion accessories of Dutch design.
On a beautiful little canal you will find Vegabond. A vegan shop where you can go for a fresh lunch, cakes and delicious coffee.
This is a candy store where book fanatics will just keep looking around. You don't come here because of the love of beautiful creative books.
In a beautiful corner building on the Prinsengracht you will find the most beautiful jewelry. Be surprised by the beautiful necklaces, rings and bracelets.
At Rush Hour you will find a wide music collection for both music lovers and DJs, ranging from house and techno to reggae and soul.
Since 1914, P.G.C. Hajenius is one of the most renowned cigar houses in Europe.
One of the oldest second-hand clothing stores in Amsterdam where you can go for vintage from the 50s to 80s.
A valhalla for lovers of vintage. In Episode you will find racks full of unique items. From clothes to shoes and original accessories.
In the heart of Amsterdam you will find this oldest comic book store in the world. Since 1968 the place where lovers find their favorite comic book.
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