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1. Albert Cuypmarkt
The Albert Cuyp, situated near the famous former Heineken brewery, is Amsterdam's largest and busiest daily market. From Monday to Saturday it is packed with local shoppers rather than tourists. You can buy anything here, from fresh fish to fresh fruit; from fabric to footwear - and of course you'll have to try the delicious traditional Dutch herring with onions and pickles. You can also find many exotic foods and herbs at this market, stocked by and for the non-Dutch Amsterdam community. Generally speaking the prices are low but make sure you are getting value for money. By visiting the Albert Cuyp market you'll get a taste of real multi-cultural Amsterdam streetlife.
Address: Albert Cuypstraat Amsterdam
Opening hours: 9.30am-5pm Mon-Sat.
Neighbourhood: Amsterdam-South
Nearest train: Albert Cuypstraat/Ferdinand Bolstraat: tram 16, 20, 24 & 25

2. Amsterdamse Antiquarische Boekenmarkt
The inner city of Amsterdam accommodates over one hundred antiquarian and second hand bookstores all within a short distance of each other. A map of the area is available at most of the bookstores. A weekly antiquarian book market has taken place here since 1991. The exact location is Spui Square. Each Friday there are about thirty market stalls in which you'll find modern second-hand books as well as rarer, antiquarian ones. This is a perfect place for collectors.
Address: Spui Amsterdam 1012 XA
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Fri
Telephone: +31 20 624 39 29
Neighbourhood: Old City Centre/New Side
Nearest train: Spui: tram 1, 2 & 5; Spui/Rokin: tram 4, 16, 20, 24 & 25

3. Waterloopleinmarkt
Amsterdam, like most large cities, has a flea market. This market is widely known amongst people from the city itself but also people from outside Amsterdam. The traditionally Jewish market, dating back to 1893, is located not far from the centre of the city on the Waterloo Square and has a very characteristic atmosphere. It has about 30 stalls and most of the merchandise is displayed on the ground. Items on sale here include an incredible variety of clothes, jewellery, all kinds of junk, antique/rare books and leather coats. Unlike other Amsterdam markets or shops, the Waterlooplein market is one of the few places where you can try bargaining for most of the merchandise that is offered.

Address: Waterlooplein Amsterdam 1011NV-1011PG
Opening hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Sat.
Neighbourhood: Inner City East/Nieuwmarkt
Nearest train: Waterlooplein: tram 9, 14 & 20; metro/sneltram 51, 53 & 54

4. Antiekmarkt Nieuwmarkt
The Nieuwmarkt is a sizable square in the heart of Amsterdam hosting various markets and has a whole host of cafes and restaurants surrounding it. Here, for a limited time period annually, a special market is held once a week in which you can buy various antique goods. If you are in the city during the period in which the market is held, it is certainly worth a visit.
Address: Nieuwmarkt 20 Amsterdam 1011 JP
Opening hours: May-September: 9am-5pm on Sundays
Neighbourhood: Inner City East/Nieuwmarkt
Nearest train: Nieuwmarkt: metro/sneltram 51, 53 & 54

5. Boekenmarkt Oudemanhuispoort
In the centre of the city, next to one of Amsterdam's university buildings, is a small book market. It can be difficult to find, but if you are already in the neighbourhood, just ask for the university or the market itself and people will kindly show you the way. Various (very) old second-hand books and magazines in a range of languages are displayed here on tables. Book-lovers are advised to pay this market a visit, as it truly a small paradise of old books, cards, maps and engravings.
Address: Oudemanhuispoort Amsterdam 1012 CN
Opening hours: 10am-4pm Mon-Sat
Neighbourhood: Old City Centre/New Side
Nearest train: Muntplein: tram 4, 9, 14, 16, 20, 24 & 25

6. De Looier Kunst- en Antiekcentrum
Antiekcentrum De Looier is located near the Leidseplein and can easily be reached from there by tram or on foot. It is a rather large market and one of the few covered markets in Amsterdam. Because of this, it's a great place to be if you feel like going to the market when the weather is not at its best. It has more than 80 stands, about 80 showcases and a market square on which all kinds of people sell various pieces of art, antiques and bric-a-brac. Other items on sale here include mirrors, ceramics, paintings, gold and silverware, clocks and much more besides.

Address: Elandsgracht 109 Amsterdam 1016 TT
Opening hours: 11am-5pm Sat-Thu
Telephone: +31 20 624 90 38
Neighbourhood: Inner City West/De Jordaan
Nearest train: Elandsgracht: tram 7, 10, 17 & 20
URL: http://www.looier.nl
Email: info@looier.nl

7. The Amsterdam stamp market
The Amsterdam stamp market is located close to the heart of the city. The helpful traders at the dozen or so stalls speak perfect English (just like most people in the Netherlands). The market is situated in a kind of stamp village, with stamp shops in the nearby Rosmarijnweg and Nieuwzijds Voorburgwaal open throughout the week.
Amsterdam Stamp Market, Nieuwzijds Voorburgwaal,
Wednesday and Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

8. ROMMELSMARKT
More indoor fleamarket than antique centre, this old warehouse building has several dozen dealers, many of whom just pile their items up on tables. Some interesting items, but you'll need to look for them carefully.
Description: This is litterally the most serious "junk" market I've ever seen.
Having said that, it's quite good fun.
Address: Looiersgracht 38
Directions: Tram 7, 10 & 12 will bring you to the Looiersgracht
Other Contact: Not Friday or Sunday

http://www.expedia.ca/daily/enc4105/guides/s/AMS/Shopping/Antiques.asp



Магазины

1. Affaire d'Eau
Affaire d'Eau specialises in antique bathroom fittings. The shop is a combination of showroom and workshop, where antiques are restored and returned to their original state. The 'Forgotten Antiques' include: beautiful original cast-iron baths resting on lions' claws; bath and shower taps; wash basins on pillars and several antique accessories. Aside from bathroom components, you'll find kitchen basins, taps and butchers' chopping boards. The collection has its origins in villas, hotels, castles and convents in Europe and the United States. You will also find Affaire d'Eau in London, Paris and New York.
Address: Haarlemmerdijk 148-150 Amsterdam 1013 JJ
Opening hours: 10.30am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10.30am-5pm Sat
Telephone: +31 20 422 04 11
Neighbourhood: Inner City West/Haarlemmerbuurt & Western Isles
Nearest train: Haarlemmerplein: tram 3
URL: http://www.affairedeau.com/
Email: info@affairedeau.com

2. Nic Nic
Located in the little Gasthuismolensteeg, Nic Nic stocks many antiques and accessories. The shop has a variety of different items such as lamps, glasses, furniture and gifts. Some are rare, others are kitsch, beautiful, funny or unique. The shop's many colourful options guarantee that you'll find something to your liking.
Address: Gasthuismolensteeg 5 Western Canal Belt Amsterdam 1016 AM
Opening hours: Midday-6pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5pm Sat
Telephone: +31 20 622 85 23
Neighbourhood: Inner City West/Western Girdle of Canals
Nearest train: Dam: tram 1, 2, 5, 13 & 17

3. Latei
You will find Latei in the most colourful part of Amsterdam, at the Zeedijk. You can sit here and drink coffee or, if the spending spree mood takes you, buy the entire contents of the interior. It is a combination of French, Italian influences and grandma's kitchen. Enjoy a warm cup of Italian coffee with home-made apple pie, or just some plain brown bread with cheese whilst admiring the pieces of furniture you would like to buy; tables, chairs, lamps, paintings, mirrors, as well as pieces for the garden. Latei also sells organic olive oil from Umbria, truffle oil and other Italian specialities.

Address: Zeedijk 143 Amsterdam 1012 AW
Opening hours: 8am-5pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5pm Sat
Telephone: +31 20 625 74 85
Neighbourhood: Old City Centre/Old Side
Nearest train: Nieuwmarkt: metro/sneltram 51, 53 & 54


4. De Slegte
De Slegte, situated in the city's busiest shopping street, is one of the largest bookshops in Amsterdam. It offers an enormous amount of literature, spanning various languages and the stock also includes old maps and prints. It's not all that cosy as such, but the shop is very well-suited to bargain hunting, as they offer a good mix of the latest publishers' surplus stock, a huge selection of second-hand books (of which many have antiquarian value), school and academic books.
Address: Kalverstraat 48-52 Amsterdam 1012 PE
Opening hours: 11am-6pm Mon; 9.30am-6pm Tue-Sat; Thu till 9pm; midday-5pm Sun
Telephone: +31 20 622 59 33
Neighbourhood: Old City Centre/New Side
Nearest train: Dam: tram 4, 9, 14, 16, 20, 24 & 25
URL: http://www.deslegte.nl

5. Plaatboef (De)
This rather popular record store has several shops in The Netherlands and is famous for its odd name, which translated into English means The Record Thief. It specialises in second-hand records and CDs, some new material is offered, as well. The store itself is relatively large but somewhat disorganised, so if you like tidiness you'd be better off somewhere else. Generally speaking, their stock is offered at low prices, especially when compared to the current prices for both new and used records and CDs at other stores in the city. One minor disappointment about this shop is that they don't often have all the music one might be looking for. Not only can you buy used CD's here, you can sell your old ones as well.

Address: Rozengracht 40 Amsterdam 1016 NC
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Sat; but: Mon only from Midday, Thu till 9pm
Telephone: +31 20 422 87 77
Neighbourhood: Inner City West/De Jordaan
Nearest train: Westermarkt: tram 13, 14, 17 & 20
URL: http://www.plaatboef.com
Email: plaatboef-amsterdam@hetnet.nl


6. The Book Exchange
This is not your average, run-of-the-mill bookshop; you can exchange your books here whether for money or for other interesting books. Located in the centre of the city, it is one of the biggest sources for used English language books, so you will definitely find something of interest. They are mostly paperbacks, but are all thoughtfully displayed, which is often not the case in most other used books stores. Besides the plethora of English language books, they also offer many French and German texts.
Address: Kloveniersburgwal 58 Amsterdam 1012 CX
Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10am-5.30pm Sat; 11.30am-4pm Sun
Telephone: +31 20 626 62 66
Neighbourhood: Inner City East/Nieuwmarkt
Nearest train: Nieuwmarkt: metro/sneltram 51, 53 & 54





Роттердам

1. Antiekpassage Sint Jan
The antique passage has sixteen antique shops all under one roof. Each antique dealer specialises in his own particular field so you'll find a huge array of different antiques from all eras, styles and lands.
With more than 60 display cases there is something for almost every taste whether you collect Japanese artworks or Queen Anne bedroom furniture you are sure to find it here at the antique passage Sint Jan (Saint John).
There is a wonderful collection of crystal and time pieces so perhaps if you are looking for that special souvenir to take home, this may just be the place you are looking for.
Address: 3rd Sint Janshof 15 Rotterdam
Opening hours: 11am-5pm Tue-Sat; 1st Saturday of the month
Telephone: +31 10 2133318
Neighbourhood: Rotterdam Centre
Nearest train: Metro Station Oostplein


2. Curiosa markt
Between April and September there is a market along the water at the Schiedamsedijk.
Walking through this market by all the beautiful art and antique objects it is like being taken to a completely different world from the one surrounding you in the busy center of Rotterdam City. You are translorted back to the past; to a world of romance.
If you love arts, antiques, old books and prints and a touch of extravagancy you would enjoy the special atmosphere of this lovely market.
Address: Schiedamsedijk Rotterdam Zuid Holland
Opening hours: Sun 10am-5pm
Neighbourhood: Rotterdam Centre
Nearest train: Metro Leuvehaven


3. Zondagsmarkt
Every Sunday, from April till December, there is an special market in Binnenrotte. The big difference between the "normal market" and the Sunday market is that the latter is much more fun.
You can buy lots of lovely presents at the Sunday market like beautiful old- fashioned wooden toys, watches, jewellery and much more, but that's not all, you can also enjoy of one of the informal shows at the same time.
The Sunday market is a good alternative for a day out with the family on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Address: Binnenrotte Rotterdam Zuid Holland
Opening hours: Sun 12 midday-5pm
Neighbourhood: Rotterdam Centre
Nearest train: Metro Blaak; bus 32; tram 1,3



Магазины

1. Howarth`s Heritage
You no longer need to travel to England if you want a piece of restored Georgian, Victorian or Edwardian furniture. It`s enough to go as far as Oud-Beijerland, a few kilometres from Rotterdam, to find a beautiful selection of antique furniture. Here you'll find decorations like candlesticks, prints, clocks and boxes from the 19th century and many beautiful matching furniture pieces. Angela and Giel, the owners of the shop, have an exclusive collection of imported decorations as well and they would be delighted to meet you and share their love for antiques.
Address: Peperstraat 11 Kerkstraat 33 Oud-Beijerland 3262 JP
Opening hours: 10am-17.30pm Wed-Fri; 10am-17pm Sat.
Telephone: +31 186 62 03 14
Neighbourhood: Other areas




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