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Albert Cuyp Market
One of Europe’s biggest outdoor markets, Albert Cuyp Market has welcomed shoppers since 1904 when it began as a collection of street traders. Named after the 17th-century painter, today's market offers stalls filled with food, clothes, and more, giving locals and travelers a robust shopping destination.

The Basics

The market has more than 300 stalls lining both sides of Albert Cuypstraat offering food—fruit, vegetables, cheese, fish, and spices—as well as clothes, beauty products, electronics, and bedding at low prices. The melting pot of local residents means multiple cultures are represented at the market, including aromatic Turkish, Moroccan, and Surinamese foods and colorful furnishings.

Travelers have many choices to explore Albert Cuyp Market as part of a half-day or full-day group or private tour that includes adventures on a hop-on hop-off bus, a canal cruise, or a guided walking experience of the De Pijp district.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • The Albert Cuyp Market is suitable for travelers of all ages.
  • The area around the market is crammed with international restaurants, including curry houses, Asian noodle bars, and street food vendors.
  • Don’t forget to sample local specialty—freshly baked stroopwafels, dripping with syrup.
  • Tours may include roundtrip hotel transport, food and beverages and admission fees. Check specific tours for details.
  • Some tours may not be wheelchair friendly.

How to Get There
The Albert Cuyp Market is located on Albert Cuypstraat in the De Pijp district. The closest public tram are Stadhouderskade, Albert Cuypstraat, Ferdinand Bolstraat, and Van Woustraat. From central Amsterdam, it's about a 5-minute a taxi ride or a 30-minute walk.

When to Get There
The market is open year-round, Monday to Saturday, 9:30am to about 5pm. In winter, if the weather is inclement, the market may close early. The popular destination is always busy but generally less crowded on weekday mornings. For smaller crowds and mild temperatures, visit Amsterdam between April and May or September and November—just before or after the summertime high tourist season.

Shop Til You Drop

There are many shopping opportunities in Amsterdam. In addition to the Albert Cuyp Market, there's Waterlooplein flea market selling old records, old photographs, vintage clothes, secondhand sunglasses, and many fun curiosities; the world- famous floating flower market on the Singel Canal; and Black Market Bazaar, one of Europe’s largest indoor markets, carrying everything under the sun, from furniture and electronics to fashion and cosmetics.
Address: Albert Cuypstraat, Amsterdam 1073 BD, Netherlands
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Private Half-Day Amsterdam Market Tour by Bike

Private Half-Day Amsterdam Market Tour by Bike

We believe, that walking on the markets is one of the most exciting things to do while visiting another country! Only there you can see a real character of the city and dive into a very special atmosphere! Would you like to feel like an Amsterdammer, cycling from one market to another in search of delicious food, the best antique furniture and the most extraordinary goods? Let’s do it! We would like start our tour by visiting the famous Albert Cuyp market - one of the most delicious markets, located in a cozy neighborhood De Pijp. This market is a perfect place to get acquainted with Dutch cuisine and other popular in this country meals. After, cycling through the beautiful streets of Amsterdam, we will reach another market, famous for its huge variety of ethnic and unusual goods; starting from food and ending with fabolous decorations or traditional clothing. The last destination of our tour is the flea market, which became one of the favorite places for many locals!
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Amsterdam’s Bike & Bite Like a Local Private Tour

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Experience the thrill of biking through Amsterdam’s picturesque streets combined with the sheer joy of sampling a handpicked selection of delicious local tastings. This tour really is the best of both worlds. From savory bitterballen to sweet chocolate cookies, fall in love with the flavors of Amsterdam. See a stroopwafel made before your very own eyes then get some Belgian fries from a spot with over 29 different dips. First, try some uncooked fish (herring) dipped in raw onion. The locals will tell you it’s delicious but one thing that’s certain; the unique taste will be like nothing you’ve experienced before. Then pedal through Supi Square and soak up the sights and smells of the city as you pass by Amsterdam’s beautiful age-old architecture. Follow your host down quiet streets and discover a truly authentic bar with over 300 varieties of beer. Take a moment to relax and sip on a local brew or alternatively a delicious coffee, the choice is yours.
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PRIVATE and SAFE Saloon Boat Ride: Amsterdam Canal Cruise & Unlimited Drinks

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The combination of foot, bike, car and bus traffic on the cobblestone streets of Amsterdam can be overwhelming. Escape the crowds with this private canal tour. Experience the city’s waterways from a unique vantage point. Enjoy a chilled drink while a local guide gives you insight on the history and architecture of the city.
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Food Tour in the Albert Cuyp Market Amsterdam

Food Tour in the Albert Cuyp Market Amsterdam

Make your visit to the Albert Cuyp Market one to remember! Our food tour allows you to try the best and most authentic food of the Dutch market and to learn about the stories behind this unique cuisine. The tour reveals much of Dutch history and culture in a laidback way as you eat your way through as much of it as possible! Our local guides are enthusiastic foodies who will reveal the stories of the Dutch cuisine as well as the country’s wider culture and history. By showing you a different side to this famous market, you’ll get the full local experience and enjoy the tasty bites that Amsterdammers treat themselves to. Our Food Tour is a three-for-one tour! You’ll get to try a variety of great Dutch food, learn about the fascinating history and unique contemporary culture of the city and access our Personal Assistant service to provide with any help you might need throughout the rest of your trip! Oh, and our tour, also includes a local craft beer tasting. Cheers for that!
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Amsterdam Shore Excursion: Private City Highlights Walking Tour

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When your cruise ship docks in Amsterdam, set off from port with your very own guide to discover the city like a local. On this private, 4-hour shore excursion, you'll explore Albert Cuyp street market, the Museum District and the Jordaan district, whose jumbled streets are laced with cafes, galleries and quirky shops. Learn about life in the liberal capital; try a typical Dutch snack in Leidseplein and visit the Houseboat Museum to learn about the city’s houseboat culture.
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Private Food and Market Tour in Central Amsterdam with a Fun Local

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During your food walking tour with Fusina, discover sweet and savory Dutch street foods at five or six different food stops, including a stop at the local market. First stop will be at what Fusina considers the best family-run pastry shop in town where you will try Dutch appleschnitt. Next is Pieterma’s food truck and taste Dutch locals' most popular appetizer, bitterballen. Learn about the history of the Dutch colony of Suriname and it's influence on Dutch cuisine as you try a vegan finger food called Barra . Next is Albert Cuyp market where she will introduce you to stroopwafels, freshly baked by a septuagenarian father and son team and fresh herring with pickles and onions (Dutch sashimi). At the organic market, Fusina will show you typical Dutch products and you will also get to try several Dutch cheeses. Discover Dutch favorite dishes in this unique 2-hour experience! If you choose the optional add-on of alcohol at an additional cost, you will be treated to Dutch beer.
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