There's no place like the Albert Cuyp street market to discover Amsterdam’s typical sense of humour and laid back atmosphere. The Albert Cuypmarkt is the largest and most popular outdoor market in the Netherlands, with 260 stands operating six days a week selling everything from Vietnamese spring rolls to freshly made stroopwafels.
Amsterdam's most famous street market
Since 1905, the 'Cuyp' has fascinated Amsterdam's residents, home cooks, tourists and anyone looking for a bargain. The market provides hours of entertaining shopping and browsing, with stands selling everything from shoes and luggage to fresh vegetables and fish. You’ll also find typical Dutch treats like raw herring or warm, freshly made stroopwafels. The market is situated in the heart of the De Pijp district, one of Amsterdam's liveliest areas, filled with (ethnic) shops, cafés, restaurants, and cosy bars. Don’t miss the Badcuyp jazz venue on the corner.
How to get there
Tram 16. This information is subject to change; for up-to-date public transport info check the GVB website.