From independent boutiques and open-air markets to extensive shopping malls and luxury stores; the vibrant city of Amsterdam is a shopper’s paradise.
From boutiques and open-air markets to expansive shopping malls and luxury stores, the vibrant city of Amsterdam is a shopper's paradise. Should you require any further information about the following, please do not hesitate to contact our concierge via telephone +31 (0)20 718 4606 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have and assist you with any arrangements.
Spend a day on the popular Utrechtsestraat, which features lifestyle, fashion and gourmet food stores, welcoming bars and unique restaurants. Utrechtsestraat starts at the Rembrandtplein and crosses Amsterdam's most famous canals. The Netherlands' first Marc by Marc Jacobs store opened on Utrechtsestraat 120 in 2013. You'll find designer fashion at Centre Neuf and Angel Basics, while Zwartjes van 1883 sells well-made leather shoes that will last a lifetime. For contemporary interior design, be sure to visit Mobilia.
Named for the 17th-century poet and playwright Pieter Cornelisz Hooft, the P.C. Hooftstraat has been an exclusive shopping destination since the 1970s. Located near the Museumplein, this street is your first stop for big-name designers like Hugo Boss, D&G, MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Hermes, Gucci and more. Treat yourself in one of the Museum District's designer stores on the luxury shopping street, P.C. Hooftstraat, offering world-famous brand names such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry and De Bijenkorf, one of Amsterdam's best-known department stores.
In the historical heart of Amsterdam, rough diamonds are transformed into dazzling jewels every day. Delve into the exciting world of diamond cutting and see every step of the process first-hand at Gassan Diamonds, where four centuries of craftsmanship and tradition are brought to life. A purchase at Gassan will add extra festive sparkle to your holiday season.