Shopping in Amsterdam: the best shopping streets
Trendy vintage shops, cute boutiques and international chains can be found in the best shopping streets of Amsterdam. Do you like fashion and are you always looking for the latest trends? Score a new outfit at the Zara, H&M or Bershka or visit one of the many boutiques of Amsterdam on Nieuwendijk.
Shopping in Amsterdam’s centre
Amsterdam is a city dedicated to shopping, and it has something for everyone. Nieuwendijk is located in the city’s centre, and this is the city’s oldest shopping street. On Nieuwendijk you’ll find large store chains such as H&M, Zara and Bershka. But plenty of wonderful other shops can be found here as well.
Beautiful historic buildings grace Nieuwendijk, and other sights can be admired here as well. If you’re out shopping, make sure to walk past the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, the Nieuwe Kerk or the Beurs van Berlage.
These are the best shopping streets of Amsterdam
De 9 Straatjes
You should definitely not skip De 9 Straatjes when you’re coming to Amsterdam for a day of shopping. De 9 Straatjes are located in the middle of the Grachtengordel, a Unesco World Heritage site, and is full of beautiful historic buildings, restaurants and hotels.
Boutiques of Amsterdam in the Haarlemmerbuurt
Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk are the heart of the Haarlemmerbuurt. This cheerful shopping district in Amsterdam is a popular destination among shoppers looking for something unique. The area has many trendy boutiques and numerous vintage shops. Visit, for example, boutique shop Nukuhiva for fair-trade urbanwear from brands such as People Tree, Wunderwerk and Alchemist: perfect for conscious shoppers!
Need to refuel with a delicious lunch and a quick snack? The Haarlemmerbuurt has plenty of restaurants and cafés for when you’re feeling peckish. Our tip: Papabubble. This candy studio is a dream-come-true for children and adults. Papabubble doesn’t just offer a delicious selection of sweets, they also offer various workshops.
De Bijenkorf in Amsterdam
It might not be a shopping street, but De Bijenkorf should definitely be on this list. De Bijenkorf in Amsterdam is the chain’s largest branch in the Netherlands. The department store has five floors filled with cosmetics, jewellery, accessories, clothes, shoes, home decorations, office supplies and much more. In short, you should definitely visit De Bijenkorf during a day of shopping.
Park inexpensively in Amsterdam’s inner city
Before you start your shopping spree, park your car at Parking Centrum Oosterdok, the cheapest parking facilities in Amsterdam’s inner city. You can park your car for as little as 37.50 per day.
Why Parking Centrum Oosterdok?
Parking Centrum Oosterdok is the smartest choice if you want to park cheaply and within walking distance of the city’s centre. Why choose Parking Centrum?