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Amsterdam is famous for its diamond trade, something it owes largely to the Jewish population originally settling in around the Jodenbuurt area. The city's...
Translated, 'De Bijenkorf' means 'The Beehive' - an apt alias for this busy department store. Stationed in a grandiose building on Dam Square, this deluxe...
Souvenirs with provenance. Delftshop are the official dealers of Royal Delft and Makkum pottery, the bread and butter of the Dutch antique trade. The stock...
Amsterdam's most inspired florist, Gerda's diminutive shop is full of fantastic blooms and sports legendary window displays. If you're lucky, you'll spy...
Amsterdam's first stone-built house is now occupied by a delightfully colourful florist. Jemi arranges splendid bouquets, provides tuition in the art of...
Amsterdam's original - and arguably best - shopping centre is located in the beautiful nineteenth-century former post office building, situated just behind...
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Metz is wonderful for upmarket gifts: designer furniture, glass and opulent accessories are all available. For lunch with a view, make for the top-floor...
A smoker's paradise (tobacco, not dope) for over 250 years, Hajenius offers cigarabilia from traditional Dutch pipes to own-brand cigars. With its art deco...
A specialist market for collectors of stamps, coins, postcards and commemorative medals.
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Everything here is sold on a non-profit basis by Arbeid Adelt ('Work Ennobles'), an association of Dutch women. There are plenty of toys and decorations, as...
The best international selection of rose-tinted reading, whether fiction or fact - plus CDs, DVDs, guides and the best gifts you'll find in town. It also...
V&D means good quality at prices just a step up from HEMA. There's a staggering array of toiletries, cosmetics, leather goods and watches, clothing and...