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Gelderlandplein

Gelderlandplein, south of the city centre, is the location of one of Amsterdam’s biggest shopping malls, with over 80 outlets including most of the major national chains. It is the place to find not only your daily basics, but also smaller more specialized shops – delicatessens or quirkier clothes stores – for gifts or personal

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PC Masters

You are welcome Have your computer built, screened, repaired, upgraded, replaced, cleaned up here. The PC Masters team is ready for you. Just like coffee. In the shop, you will find an extensive range of refurbished and second-hand computers and laptops. Always with guarantee! If you are looking for a replacement part for your computer

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Outsider Art Gallery

In the Outsider Art Gallery, located at the Hermitage Museum Amsterdam, outsider artist can exhibit their work and sell it. These artists come from all over the Netherlands, not just from Amsterdam. There are also exchanges with galleries at home and abroad. As a result the gallery features a diverse and high quality range of

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Utrechtsestraat

Welcome to the Utrechtsestraat, your street with taste! Here you can shop for the hustle and bustle, explore the trends and enjoy a wide range of special specialty shops in fashion, lifestyle, interior and delicatessen.

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Spiegelkwartier

If you collect antiques or modern art, the Spiegelkwartier is the place to go. Just across the bridge opposite the Rijksmuseum you will find this historical neighbourhood with its typical old Dutch houses. This area had been the heart of the national art and antiques trade for the past eighty years and has a friendly

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Rokin

The HOTEL ROKIN was opened in 1973 and from since then has been owned by the same family. The two connecting buildings are from the 17th century. The hotel is located on a former canal, no longer visible anymore now, in one of the oldest parts of Amsterdam. At the beginning of April 2004, the

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Magna Plaza

The former main post office building in Amsterdam is a wonderful building. The impressive façade between the Dam Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk has been providing a trusted view for almost a century, first as the main post office and currently as a shopping centre with international allure.

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Leidsestraat

The Leidsestraat is a busy shopping street located in the centrum of Amsterdam. The Leidsestraat lays between the Koningsplein and the Leidseplein. Together with the famous Kalverstraat it belongs to the most popular shopping areas in the city. The variation in stores is a bit bigger in the Leidsestraat then in the Kalverstraat, where people

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Kalvertoren

The Kalvertoren is a modern shopping center in the heart of Amsterdam. In the Kalvertoren you can find shops as H&M, Douglas and more! After shopping you can lunch at Blue and enjoy the food, drinks and view of Amsterdam.

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Kalverstraat

Kalverstraat is Amsterdam’s shopping High Street, a traffic-free walkway where you’ll find major local department stores alongside leading international chains, such as H&M and Zara, specializing in accessories, shoes and fashion. There are sandwich and snack-bars along the way, CD/DVD stores, cosmetics by Rituals and others, plus book shops and stationers too. Around the corner,

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Jordaan area

The Jordaan is a district in the citycenter of Amsterdam, known for its beautiful houses, nice restaurants and original shops. When in Amsterdam, it is a must to stroll through the little streets and canals. On the many bridges over the canals, you can take beautiful pictures and see why Amsterdam is called the Venice

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Haarlemmerstraat/dijk

Haarlemmerstraat and the adjoining Haarlemmerdijk together make a long and delightfully varied shopping street. You’ll find gourmet bakeries and quirky clothes shops, books, beads, chocolates and cheese. Along the way are old-fashioned eateries, ethnic restaurants and hip cafés. It’s an up-and-coming area frequented by those in the know, but not yet so fashionable as to

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Gelderlandplein

Gelderlandplein, south of the city centre, is the location of one of Amsterdam’s biggest shopping malls, with over 80 outlets including most of the major national chains. It is the place to find not only your daily basics, but also smaller more specialized shops – delicatessens or quirkier clothes stores – for gifts or personal treats

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De negen straatjes

The alleys that crisscross Amsterdam’s main canals have become one of the most vibrant and popular shopping spots in town. The tiny shops that line the streets sell everything from period clothes to designer wear, from Art Nouveau lamps to novelty kitchen goods. Once a realm of quirky specialty shops, the Negen Straatjes have now moved more

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de 9 straatjes

The alleys that crisscross Amsterdam’s main canals have become one of the most vibrant and popular shopping spots in town. The tiny shops that line the streets sell everything from period clothes to designer wear, from Art Nouveau lamps to novelty kitchen goods. Once a realm of quirky specialty shops, the Negen Straatjes have now moved more

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Czaar Peterbuurt

Just around the corner of the famous IJ Beer Brewery ­windmill, you’ll find the Czaar Peterstraat, named after Tsar Peter the Great. The Russian Tsar lived here at the end of the 17th century to study shipbuilding. When the area around it was developing from ­docklands to a housing area, Czaar Peterstraat evolved with it.

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