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52.3105° N, 4.7683° E
Amsterdam International Airport Schipol
One of Amsterdam’s most exclusive shopping destination, Kalverstraat is a must-visit if you are looking for a one-stop-shopping experience in a comfortable space. The Kalverstraat is a busy shopping street which runs from north to south for about 750 meters, from Dam Square to Muntplein Square. Walking along the street of Kalverstraat you will be able to find a wide range of stores, from H&M to HEMA as well as restaurants and snack shops.
If you would like to visit a shopping destination that is quirky and unlike other mainstream shopping centers, you may want to take a stroll along the 9 Streets or what is also known as the De 9 Straatjes. Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s canal district, the 9 Streets is one of Amsterdam’s most delightful shopping area, filled with unique vintage shops which sells things you won’t find any place else.
The best place to choose if you are looking for a luxurious shopping trip in Amsterdam. De Bijenkorf is an exclusive department store with five floors of luxury brands, fashion, accessories, beauty products, shoes and culinary delights. Defining taste and setting trends since 1870, this department store now stands tall on Amsterdam’s Dam Square. When you are shopping at De Bijenkorf, not only will you be able to enjoy shopping exclusive brands like Hermes, Burberry, Gucci and Louis Vuitton, you can also enjoy its inspiring and artistic window displays and styling of the departments.
, which in English literally means mirror quarter, is the absolute must-visit destination for art and antiques lovers. The area has been at the heart of the Dutch art and antiques trade for over 80 years. If you happen to stumble the Spielgelkwartier, make sure to combine your walk around with a visit to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum or the Allard Pierson Museum, which are walking distance from the area.
Batavia Stad Amsterdam
Anyone looking for a good deal when shopping for high quality brands in Amsterdam, must stop by Batavia Stad Amsterdam. This shoppers’ paradise, is located a little bit outside of Amsterdam in Lelystad. Named after the Batavia ship from 1628, this lakeside fashion outlet mall offers more than 250 fashion brands, cafes and restaurants. Who would want to shop exclusive brands in bargained prices? Bargain hunters have come here from all over the country to seek out big brands and discounted goods. If you are visiting Amsterdam and are looking to bargain shop, the trip to the Batavia Stad Amsterdam is definitely going to be well worth it.
Placed in a building that used to be The Former Amsterdam Main Post Office, nowadays is known as Magna Plaza. This monumental building that was built in 1895-1899 is located at Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal, and has been a part of the Top 100 Dutch heritage sites. Situated behind the Royal Palace, Magna Plaza is an exclusive shopping destination with more than 20 stores plus a new exhibition space that is spread over four floors. Here, you will find anything from clothes and shoes to jewellery and hair salons, the Magna Plaza indoor shopping centre as an excellent variety of shops such as Mango, Swarovski and Lacoste. If anything, the Magna Plaza is worth a visit solely for its neo-Gothic architecture and impressive interior that combines classical grandeur with a modern shopping experience.
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