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What an amazing place! very vibrant full of beautiful flowers. You can find a lot of souvenirs there, at a cheap price, you can buy seeds, bags, absolutely everything.
I bought some flower seeds and souvenirs from there. It was really fun.
what a pleasant way to brighten up your day with the vast array of beautiful flowers. The Bloemenmarkt is a celebrated icon and a must visit on the Singel canal. The market is built on fixed barges. Must have been redone as the market looks...More
It was the best place to buy bulbs and to enjoy the refreshing view of the flowers, good prices. It’s a must see place. Don’t miss it. We bought few bags of bulbs and some wooden tulips. It’s a souvenir place too. For me it...More
Te number of bulbs, plants and flowers for sale is really huge. The smell of the blooms are just wonderful. Lots of quirky little gifts for avid gardeners. Really enjoyed mixing with the local talking about plants and a terrific coffee at the cafe. Sadly...More
This place was amazing, not just flowers and bulbs but other souvenirs too (for some reason the souvenir I remember most was a pair of house slippers looking like clogs) and sits right next to a really pretty bridge over the canal where you can...More
The full length of a block, the flower market is a nice visual break. Even in the middle of January, there are many beautiful flowers, mostly tulips, but most of the displays are bulbs with pictures. Makes you want to buy a ton. Nicely presented.
We loved stumbling across this flower market on our way to a bike tour! There were a ton of options for bulbs and beautiful flowers everywhere you turned! No need to book a tour or anything - just walk through for a visit and do...More
A lovely idea, a flower market right in the middle of the city. The market is lovely to walk through, there are also lots of opportunities to buy affordable souvenirs near the market. We went early January so there wasn’t too many real tulips but...More
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.
Response from mariannep933 | Reviewed this property |
We found the flower market to have fresh cut flowers but also bulb plants that are unusual and difficult to find here in the USA! I saw bulbs that are not available in catalogs or online. But buyer beware of bulbs sold in... More
We found the flower market to have fresh cut flowers but also bulb plants that are unusual and difficult to find here in the USA! I saw bulbs that are not available in catalogs or online. But buyer beware of bulbs sold in bulk (bags with mostly moss/ mulch) and unable to see the condition or number of bulbs. Enjoy your time at the market but if you are not into tourist merchandise you may want to skip.
Response from SudhanshuBillore | Reviewed this property |
We were there in November,, I didn't see any real flower.. I asked many shop keepers there, when can we find real flowers.. they said when there are tulip in the market then we would be able to find tulip there.. Tulip... More
We were there in November,, I didn't see any real flower.. I asked many shop keepers there, when can we find real flowers.. they said when there are tulip in the market then we would be able to find tulip there.. Tulip season is mainly in April-May..
Response from c0t0d0s0org | Reviewed this property |
I remember that some of the Tulips bulbs i saw there had a phytosanitary certificate by the government of the Netherlands attached. Check for the validity of the certificate.( I think they are valid for 6 weeks after the... More
I remember that some of the Tulips bulbs i saw there had a phytosanitary certificate by the government of the Netherlands attached. Check for the validity of the certificate.( I think they are valid for 6 weeks after the marked data. This is what i remembering from a curious read, das due being from the EU i don't need such a certificate,
was just curious.) Those are importable to the United States and Canada. Some limits apply and you have to declare them on your customs form.