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I accidentally visited this market. I and my friend had a 7 days tram ticket. We tried on getting on the random trams and would jump at any point and roam around the city. Suddenly we saw the flowers and visited it. My only wish...More
Took a Tram here from the Central Station and it was relatively easy to find. It's a long and straight market an that is sectioned into food, clothing and general items. Interspersed amongst these are drinks seller charging rather exorbitant prices fro various juices.
This market goes on and on. Start either end, arriving by tram and then you can leave by tram. The 14 is one end and the 7 and 3 is at the other along with a few buses.
There are a variety of stalls. Mostly...More
Strolled through this market on Kings Day. It was busy with locals selling flea-market items, as well as new off-brand items. Lots of food carts and vendors. Fun place to go that’s not touristy and gives you a feel of the neighborhood (which is very...More
You have two big nice markets in Amsterdam . The AlbertCuypmarket: where you find many tourists from all over the world. And the Dappermarket, where you find the locals. Thats why I prefer the Dappermarket. I like to walk around, drink a cup of coffee,...More
I come to this market quite regularly. One of my favorite food stalls is the fish stall with a great selection of fresh or fried fish. You can also find the best Turkish kebab place in town - the last stall. You can also find...More
From central station get on the number 9 tram and it's two stops after the Zoo, you'll see lots of signs saying "DapperMarkt" so you'll kinda know when to get off, cross the road and take the first left and straight up the road you'll...More
If you are considering visiting a market during your stay in Amsterdam, go to Albert Cuypmarket or even the Flea Market in the old town. Avoid the Dapper Markt. This market is not a tourist attraction and should immediately be removed from your itinerary. It's...More