Amsterdam Sights

Cosiness at the
Albert Cuyp Market

Amsterdam's largest and busiest market

a busy cosmopolitan food and clothes market

By far the most famous daily market in Amsterdam, the market along Albert Cuypstraat, between Van Woustraat and Ferdinand Bolstraat, in Amsterdam's southern part De Pijp operates Mondays through Saturdays from 8:00 to 17:00.

⟩ The Albert Cuyp Market is situated between Van Woustraat and Ferdinand Bolstraat in de Pijp neighborhood

The market is popular with tourists as well as locals. On busy Saturdays the market attracts more than 50,000 people. Everything is for sale on the Albert Cuyp Market.

What to buy?

The 100-year-old, open-air street market features nearly 300 vendors selling everything from fruits, vegetables, fish, meats, spices, chocolate, cheese, flowers and plants to clothes, jewelry, shoes, bike accessories, bedding, fabrics and cosmetics.

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The emphasis is on food of every description and from every corner of the globe, but clothes and other goods are on sale too, often cheaper than anywhere else. If you want to experience the 'real' Amsterdam at its multi-cultural best, this market is not to be missed.

Very crowded on Saturdays

It can get very crowded on certain days and times. The whole area including the Ferdinand Bolstraat and Ceintuurbaan has many interesting shops.

How to get there?

tram16 - stop Albert Cuypstraat   /   4 - stop Stadhouderskade
parkingApcoa Parking Heinekenplein

visFish is displayed in all shapes and sizes at Albert Cuyp's Fish Market

Albert Cuypmarkt Amsterdam

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Photo Tour

Albert Cuyp Market (10)


Eerste van der Helststraat 27ice cream, sorbet, and frozen yogurt with flavors of Dutch specialities ⟩ IJscuypje
1 min from Albert Cuyp Market

Nearby sights

de Pilsvogel
De Pijp   Amsterdam's Quartier Latin

Heineken Experience   for beer connoisseurs

Marie Heinekenplein   round square with many outdoor seating cafés

Rijksmuseum   National Museum of the Netherlands