This market is good it offers things for your bike, clothes, food, and more. Most of the stalls are from the shops along the street, this is really good because they have a lot more stuff.
Typical street market visited by locals. Great variety of stands like clothes, food (fruit, chocolate, cheese, fish etc etc), objects, flowers etc etc.. Very easy to find on the street of the same name (Albert Cuyp Straat) in the Pijp area. There are also many shops which have their own stand on the market, you can buy whatever. Monday to... More
We had read so many positive reviews about this market that we presumed it would marvellous,however what we actually found was a street full of tat and rubbish. With the exception of the occasional waffle stall or cheese trailer there is very little to hang around for.
This market is just sprung on you from no where. You turn the corner off a quiet road and bang, your right in the middle of this market. It's a great little place to get all sorts of things, especially souvenirs as they are cheaper here than they are in Dam square.
We thoroughly enjoyed walking the market. Lots of meat, veg and seafood vendors. Wish we could have brought some of that home! As we entered we hit one of two jackpots! The freshly made while you wait Stroopwaffels! It was ooey gooey HEAVEN! We made our way down the market, vendors with all types of wares; then the Frites stand!... More
For nearly 2 years we lived just a few blocks from Albert Cuyp and it was always our reliable destination for fresh fruit, veg, fish, meat and flowers. There's the tourist angle here with a bunch of stalls selling tat and nonsense but if you're looking for the best place to find fresh produce in Amsterdam - this is it.
Albert Cuyp is a big market and that is pretty much about it. You will find a lot of food that you wouldn't normal see in the supermarkets. It is also a good place to buy yourself budget clothing like boots or t-shirts if the style there suits you. Nice, but time consuming and more of a place for long-term... More
We always like to see flea markets or traditional city markets wherever we go. On the famous lonely planet guide the Cuyp market along with the waterloplein market is described as a must and a very nice typical market, flea market. Well we visited every market (3) suggested on the guide as a must and everyone has been a let-down.... More
nice friendly atmosphere with a few bargains to boot....not a place for serious shopping but great for knick knaks and other non critical stuff...also nice place to meet up with people
must for anyone who likes markets . There's also fabulous baked goods, juices and smoothies, clothes, bags, leather goods, very good cheese, flowers, clothes shoes and boots (in winter). i loved it!
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