Albert Cuyp Market in Amsterdam

Don't leave without tasting a piece of Dutch cheese

Albert Cuyp in great Mokum. A world famous Amsterdam municipal market! In the year 2005, the Albert Cuyp market was one hundred years old. The Albert Cuyp market, is the most visited, discussed and well-known market in Amsterdam. It is still popular after nearly 100 years.

The Albert Cuyp market is a daytime market in Amsterdam Old South on the part of the Albert Cuypstreet between Ferdinand Bolstreet and Van Woustreet, in the neighbourhood of De Pijp. The market is open from Monday to Saturday with over 260 stalls, here you will find the real Amsterdam feeling, the cosiness, the atmosphere and the diversity which makes the good old Amsterdam Albert Cuyp market so famous. The market is the busiest of all in the Netherlands and reportedly the largest daytime market in Europe. It is an important tourist attraction.

The Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam

Really, nothing here is too crazy to buy, everything is for sale, the offers of the market varies from traditional fruit, vegetables, fish and chees, to clothes and cameras. Anything you can think of, from pasion fruit, cassava, sweet potatoes, fresh ginger, fried bananas, dried fish, roti, peppers, wow milk or do you prefer cauliflower, green beans, a box strawberries or chicory. They have it all. Don't leave without tasting a piece of Dutch cheese and don't forget the syrup waffles. The syrup waffles from the Albert Cuyp market are spectacular, two hot waffles filled with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. In short, heaven on Earth.


History of the Albert Cuyp Market

The market began as a loose collection of street vendors and hand carts. At the beginning of the 20th century this degenerated into chaos, in which the Municipal Council decided to establish a free market in 1905, which initially only on Saturday night was held. The Albert Cuyp street, the Dapperstreet, the Ten Kate street and lindengracht street were in 1910 designated as vendor streets. In 1912 the market was a daytime market which is open 6 days a week. Originally the street was accessible during the market, but nowadays, the market is closed to all traffic.

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Visit the Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam.

Address

Albert Cuyp Market
Albert Cuypstraat - Amsterdam

Website: www.albertcuyp.nl


Opening hours

Monday - Saturday: 9:30 am to +/- 5 pm, can close earlier in winter and bad weather.


How to get there

By tram:
4 or 25: get off at Stadhouserskade
16 or 24: get off at Albert Cuypstraat
3 or 12: get off at Ceintuurbaan, walk in northern direction Albert Cuyp

By car: Nearest car park Albert Cuyp

Old Albert Cuyp view, the vis stall from Isaac Locher

Fish stall of Isaac Locher on the Albert Cuyp market Summer 1981



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Amsterdam tourist information about Albert Cuyp Market

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Albert Cuyp Market in Amsterdam

Don't leave without tasting a piece of Dutch cheese

Albert Cuyp in great Mokum. A world famous Amsterdam municipal market! In the year 2005, the Albert Cuyp market was one hundred years old. The Albert Cuyp market, is the most visited, discussed and well-known market in Amsterdam. It is still popular after nearly 100 years.

The Albert Cuyp market is a daytime market in Amsterdam Old South on the part of the Albert Cuypstreet between Ferdinand Bolstreet and Van Woustreet, in the neighbourhood of De Pijp. The market is open from Monday to Saturday with over 260 stalls, here you will find the real Amsterdam feeling, the cosiness, the atmosphere and the diversity which makes the good old Amsterdam Albert Cuyp market so famous. The market is the busiest of all in the Netherlands and reportedly the largest daytime market in Europe. It is an important tourist attraction.

The Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam

Really, nothing here is too crazy to buy, everything is for sale, the offers of the market varies from traditional fruit, vegetables, fish and chees, to clothes and cameras. Anything you can think of, from pasion fruit, cassava, sweet potatoes, fresh ginger, fried bananas, dried fish, roti, peppers, wow milk or do you prefer cauliflower, green beans, a box strawberries or chicory. They have it all. Don't leave without tasting a piece of Dutch cheese and don't forget the syrup waffles. The syrup waffles from the Albert Cuyp market are spectacular, two hot waffles filled with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. In short, heaven on Earth.


History of the Albert Cuyp Market

The market began as a loose collection of street vendors and hand carts. At the beginning of the 20th century this degenerated into chaos, in which the Municipal Council decided to establish a free market in 1905, which initially only on Saturday night was held. The Albert Cuyp street, the Dapperstreet, the Ten Kate street and lindengracht street were in 1910 designated as vendor streets. In 1912 the market was a daytime market which is open 6 days a week. Originally the street was accessible during the market, but nowadays, the market is closed to all traffic.

Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam

Albert Cuyp market cheese stall

Albert Cuyp market chocolate stall

Albert Cuyp market clogs stall

Albert Cuyp market dadels stall

Albert Cuyp market flowers stall

Albert Cuyp market fruit stall

Albert Cuyp market strawberries stall



Albert Cuyp market musician

Albert Cuyp market syrup waffles stall

Albert Cuyp market turkeys stall

Albert Cuyp market vis stall

Albert Cuyp market watches stall

Albert Cuyp market water pipes stall

Old Albert Cuyp market lampshades stall

Old Albert Cuyp market kitchenware and tableware stall


Visit the Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam.

Address

Albert Cuyp Market
Albert Cuypstraat - Amsterdam

Website: www.albertcuyp.nl

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday: 9:30 am to +/- 5 pm, can close earlier in winter and bad weather.

How to get there

By tram:
4 or 25: get off at Stadhouserskade
16 or 24: get off at Albert Cuypstraat
3 or 12: get off at Ceintuurbaan, walk in northern direction Albert Cuyp

By car: Nearest car park Albert Cuyp

Old Albert Cuyp view, the vis stall from Isaac Locher

Fish stall of Isaac Locher on the Albert Cuyp market Summer 1981



Rembrandtplein in Amsterdam


Amsterdam Travel Guide: Markets

Amsterdam tourist information about Albert Cuyp Market

Amsterdam-Travel-Guide.Net

Albert Cuyp Market in Amsterdam

Don't leave without tasting a piece of Dutch cheese

Albert Cuyp in great Mokum. A world famous Amsterdam municipal market! In the year 2005, the Albert Cuyp market was one hundred years old. The Albert Cuyp market, is the most visited, discussed and well-known market in Amsterdam. It is still popular after nearly 100 years.

The Albert Cuyp market is a daytime market in Amsterdam Old South on the part of the Albert Cuypstreet between Ferdinand Bolstreet and Van Woustreet, in the neighbourhood of De Pijp. The market is open from Monday to Saturday with over 260 stalls, here you will find the real Amsterdam feeling, the cosiness, the atmosphere and the diversity which makes the good old Amsterdam Albert Cuyp market so famous. The market is the busiest of all in the Netherlands and reportedly the largest daytime market in Europe. It is an important tourist attraction.

The Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam

Really, nothing here is too crazy to buy, everything is for sale, the offers of the market varies from traditional fruit, vegetables, fish and chees, to clothes and cameras. Anything you can think of, from pasion fruit, cassava, sweet potatoes, fresh ginger, fried bananas, dried fish, roti, peppers, wow milk or do you prefer cauliflower, green beans, a box strawberries or chicory. They have it all. Don't leave without tasting a piece of Dutch cheese and don't forget the syrup waffles. The syrup waffles from the Albert Cuyp market are spectacular, two hot waffles filled with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. In short, heaven on Earth.


History of the Albert Cuyp Market

The market began as a loose collection of street vendors and hand carts. At the beginning of the 20th century this degenerated into chaos, in which the Municipal Council decided to establish a free market in 1905, which initially only on Saturday night was held. The Albert Cuyp street, the Dapperstreet, the Ten Kate street and lindengracht street were in 1910 designated as vendor streets. In 1912 the market was a daytime market which is open 6 days a week. Originally the street was accessible during the market, but nowadays, the market is closed to all traffic.

Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam

Albert Cuyp market cheese stall

Albert Cuyp market chocolate stall

Albert Cuyp market clogs stall

Albert Cuyp market dadels stall

Albert Cuyp market flowers stall

Albert Cuyp market fruit stall

Albert Cuyp market strawberries stall



Albert Cuyp market musician

Albert Cuyp market syrup waffles stall

Albert Cuyp market turkeys stall

Albert Cuyp market vis stall

Albert Cuyp market watches stall

Albert Cuyp market water pipes stall

Old Albert Cuyp market lampshades stall

Old Albert Cuyp market kitchenware and tableware stall

Visit the Albert Cuyp market in Amsterdam. This cultural trip is a must during your city trip or weekend break to Amsterdam.

Address

Albert Cuyp Market
Albert Cuypstraat - Amsterdam

Website: www.albertcuyp.nl

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday: 9:30 am to +/- 5 pm, can close earlier in winter and bad weather.

How to get there

By tram:
4 or 25: get off at Stadhouserskade
16 or 24: get off at Albert Cuypstraat
3 or 12: get off at Ceintuurbaan, walk in northern direction Albert Cuyp

By car: Nearest car park Albert Cuyp

Old Albert Cuyp view, the vis stall from Isaac Locher

Fish stall of Isaac Locher on the Albert Cuyp market Summer 1981



Rembrandtplein in Amsterdam


Amsterdam Travel Guide: Markets

Amsterdam tourist information about Albert Cuyp Market

Amsterdam-Travel-Guide.Net