Here are a list of markets in Amsterdam, be it open air or closed markets, that should be on the list of places you should visit when you are stopping by the city. It ranges from fresh produce, to old antiques you would usually find in your grandma’s house, to the coolest vintage clothes you would want in your closet right now, with some fair prices!

The first one to put on the list is the Albert Cuyp Market. A market one would tell all visitors of the city if they were to search for an open air market to visit. Here you would find an arrangement of stands and all that they offer, especially food. You would even be able to taste your first raw herring or Stroopwafel here.

The next one on the list is for those who are trying to find some antiquities, knick knacks, and vintage clothing. Waterlooplein Markt is also one of Amsterdam’s famous daily flea markets. The market has been there since a while now and a nice stroll through the market would complete a nice day out in Amsterdam.

Holland is famous for its flowers, well, the tulips to be exact, so why wouldn’t one opt to go to one of the flower markets in Amsterdam. Head to the Bloemenmarkt, which literally translates into flower market that is located just in the heart of Amsterdam. Another choice would be to go to Spui Book Market that is held every other Friday to find some second hand books and some cool posters.

The last one is IJ-Hallen, Amsterdam’s huge flea market that is only held in some days of the month in Amsterdam-Noord. The market houses hundreds of stands that offers vinyls, old record players that still work, second hand clothes, and every little knick knack you could think of.