We got there a little after 9, the opening time. Few places were set up. Fabric, gorgeous flowers, fresh seafood, a few places to buy bread, and clothes, and a few generic souvenirs.
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This market has the usual market fare (souvenirs, clothing, phone accessories, fruit and vegetables) plus some local food specialties and some original merchandise. The market is easy to navigate as it is mostly situated along one long pedestrian mall. Well worth visiting, it has something...More
I expected a lot more from this market... there are a couple of good stalls, selling nuts, fish or cheese, but the large majority of the market is filled up with cheap clothing and random stuff. It is nice to pass by when you are...More
Our family needed a place to eat when we arrived in Amsterdam. Not only is De Pijp a great place for rubbing shoulders with the locals, this open air market there has something for everyone from local specialities to Indonesian and Middle Eastern food. We...More
The market has some great fish and cheese, some nice snacks, and a few interesting items. But mostly it has a lot of crap for tourists, and tacky ones at that. This is famous, but there are so many smaller, and much cooler, street markets...More
We found ourselves at this market every day! We would pick up a yummy treat - usually apple turnovers - and stroll through the vendors enjoying the sights and scents of the market. Fresh fruit abounds and we often would purchase a variety to eat...More
This is a market place where you can get everything and something you couldn't find in your nearby area in Amsterdam. Amazing market with huge varieties and the cost is lower than local markets across the city. A great place for shopping experience.
Great market selling lots of fresh produce. Others may find that there is not much for tourists but I disagree and think it is worth a stroll seeing how locals go about their daily lives. Try the stroopwafels as you stroll! I picked up some...More
This was on my list of sights to see on my 5-day trip to Amsterdam. I visited on a cool, overcast day after having been to the Van Gogh Museum. It had poured rain earlier but had stopped raining by the time I walked over...More