Amsterdam’s biggest mall is smack in the middle of unassuming Amsterdam Zuidas, with a vast array of luxury shopping and dining options. Fashion boutiques abound, from ESPRIT to Sissy Boy, as well as shoes, jewellery, beauty products, home décor, and even groceries (including Asian specialties, an eco-conscious MARQT, and the largest Albert Heijn supermarket in the country.) Restaurants range from Italian (Gusto di Casto) to Japanese (Takumi Burgers and Steaks) with many cafés to catch a break and indulge in a well-deserved snack when that pile of shopping bags becomes too heavy.
Fashion, food and more
The Gelderlandplein shopping centre is the perfect place to find a new outfit or a nice gift, or to just stop of for a healthy salad or a traditional dim sum lunch. Parents can drop off their little ones at the 'Kiddieland' children's play area while enjoying a cup of cappuccino. Shops include Sissy Boy, Rituals, Petit Bateau, Pauw, Nespresso, Marqt, Siebel Juweliers, Rivièra Maison, Rick Moorman, Bronwasser, Zwartjes van 1883, Rogge Amsterdam, Zohar Kids, Le Pain Quotidien, Huize van Wely, AH XL, Takumi Burger & Lobster, Grizll, Coffee Company and Hema.
How to get there
Gelderlandplein is easily accessible by public transport (tram 5, express tram 51 and buses 199, 461 and 463) or by car (parking is free for the first 90 minutes). In addition, a free shuttle bus travels from the Zuidas district and Buitenveldert to Gelderlandplein. Find more information on the website.