Street Markets

the best daily markets in Amsterdam

Amsterdam has over a dozen markets for all tastes, including flea markets, flower markets, book markets, organic markets, and antique markets.

Plan a visit to one of Amsterdam's neighbourhood markets, like Albert Cuypmarkt, Noordermarkt, Waterloopleinmarkt (daily clothes and second-hand market around the City Hall and Opera - Stopera), Dappermarkt, Ten Katemarkt, Bloemensingel (flower market on the Singel, between the top of the Leidsestraat and the Munt Tower.

Visiting open-air markets is one of the best ways to learn local culture. Most markets are open year-round, rain or shine.

daily street markets


Spui Book Market

Antiquariat books from the Netherlands, including many famous prints and bindings.

Every Friday


Albert Cuyp Market

Amsterdam's largest and busiest daily market in old working class neighbourhood De Pijp.

From Monday to Saturday



Amsterdam's famous floating flower market at the Singel Canal offers plants, flowers, bulbs and other related items.

Every day



Amsterdam's most famous flea market offers clothing, bags, jewelry, furniture and other finds. Unique stalls selling unusual and vintage clothing, rare antiques, quirky gifts, books and second-hand bikes.

From Monday to Saturday

Ten Katemarkt

Ten Katemarkt

Daily market in Ten Katestraat (Oud-West) offering fresh fish, vegetables, flowers, clothing, decoration, fabrics and furniture.

From Monday to Saturday



Large general market on Lindengracht street in the Jordaan

every Saturday from 9:00 to 16:00



Second-hand book market at a passage near the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam. Sale of textbooks, prints and sheet music.

From Monday to Saturday