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Owned by the people behind Monsoon, this branch of the popular British chain is home to scores of cheap jewellery, scarves and bags to complement even the...
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...
Dappermarkt is a locals' market: prices don't rise to match the number of visitors. It sells all the usual market fodder, and plenty of cheap clothes.
Translated, 'De Bijenkorf' means 'The Beehive' - an apt alias for this busy department store. Stationed in a grandiose building on Dam Square, this deluxe...
While Elize Lutz's shop features the most avant garde of Dutch jewellery designers, she has the decency - not to mention the sound commercial sense - to...
The kind of art deco-inspired jewellery you'd be proud to pass off as the real thing. Pieces use salvaged jewellery, silver, plus antique and new stones.
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...
Pressing your nose to the immaculate windows you might be afraid of intruding, but you'll be glad you did. Once inside, all is calm and relaxed, allowing...
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...
Amsterdam's top tourist market is basically a huge flea market with the added attraction of loads of new clothes stalls (though gear can be a bit pricey...
A market selling all sorts of stuff. The people packing the pavement are proof of the reasonable prices and range of goods, including new watches, pretty...
Amsterdam's largest general market sells everything from pillows to prawns at great prices. The clothes on sale tend to be run-of-the-mill cheapies.