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The layout of the 9 straatjes is interesting and wandering them is fun.
Upmarket stores can be found and cute delis. If you are a lover of cheese, many outlets with tasting of different types of cheese encouraged!
Recommended if you have time....
9 Streets—a marketing gimmick for the small streets in Jordan. It is a special place, and the 9 streets clearly have grown to at least 16, all filled with clothing, specialized boutiques, some hair salons, many coffee shops and restaurants. Upscale all of it, but...More
We love to walk here every time we are in Amsterdam. It's a trendy, but touristic shopping area like most of old Amsterdam, and located close to another interesting neighborhood, the Jordaan, as well as the Westerkerk (where Rembrandt is buried) and Anne Frank House....More
If you're into shopping (window or otherwise), the 9 Straatjes is the place to be. The boutiques and shops are all lovely, and everything you can find in this area is very high quality. It's also right in the canal belt, so it's a really...More
9 streets has quite a lot of hype and is a nice area to walk through but we had walked through the area several times without realising it was the place talked about. I would say that yes it is a nice part of Amsterdam...More
Heard from a few people that the "9 streets" is the place to go for boutiques, shopping, cafes, etc. From all the hype I just expected more. There are a few places to eat, but they are very small with almost no outdoor seating. Plenty...More
What a charming neighbourhood and a wonderful way to see Amsterdam. It offers a eclectic selection of shops and boutiques - both vintage and high-end clothing, as well as jewelry and gifts. I was very pleased to learn that the vintage ring I purchased was...More
It is definitely worth visiting De 9 Straatjes (the 9 streets). There are lots of lovely little boutique shops, cafes and bars to visit, and the streets are very pretty and give you a totally different perspective of Amsterdam.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is as historically significant as it is perennially popular. Whether you’re a history buff, architecture enthusiast, shutterbug, or fashionista, odds are you’ll find the Amsterdam you're looking for while roaming around the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring). A brilliant place to get lost in a moody meander and a key component to any sightseeing trip to Amsterdam, this area's major draws
include the Anne Frank House, the Bloemenmarkt floating flower market, an enviable assortment of independent boutiques along De Negen Straatjes, and of course all of Grachtengordel’s lovely canals and bridges.