9 shops in the Nine Streets of Amsterdam
De 9 straatjes are called the cross streets connecting the main canals Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht and Herengracht. The area near De Dam is the ideal location for shopping. Chances are that, after going through these streets, you will come home with something special. This can be a unique gift, new outfit or item for your interior. But anyway you will come home with the memories of a fun day of shopping!
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 Red Wing Shoes you will find a collection of the American shoe brand that started making sustainable work shoes in 1905.
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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.
With this chocolaterie, patisserie and tearoom you can go for the tastiest cakes, refined chocolates, biscuits, coffee and tea.
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.
Recommended for an overnight stay in Amsterdam
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.
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.
This place is unfortunately closed and no longer available on LeukeTip.
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