The Waterlooplein Market is widely popular among locals and tourists alike. This traditionally Jewish flea market, which ... More
The Waterlooplein Market is widely popular among locals and tourists alike. This traditionally Jewish flea market, which originated in 1893, is located not far from the center of the city on the Waterloo Square. Over 30 stalls and vendors line the street and features an array of collectibles. Items on sale include an impressive collection of clothes, jewelry, antiques, rare books and leather coats. Unlike other markets and shops in Amsterdam, this is one of the few places where you can try bargaining for most of the merchandise on offer.
Located in the heart of the city, Athenaeum Bookstore sells wide variety of both Dutch and foreign literature, as well
as books on academic topics such as modern and classical languages. You'll also find a very up to date ...
Aboriginal Arts & Instruments features the handiwork of Aboriginal artists from the desert and rain forests of Australia. The shop
offers a wide assortment of didgeridoos, some originally from Kuranda, a little artist village near Cairns on the Northern ...
The Convent Mgallery ex Sof is a hotel with a unique history. It is situated in the heart of Amsterdam
and is just a 5 minute walk from Central Station, Dam Square and the Royal Palace. The hotel was ...