Waterlooplein Flea Market is one of the oldest market in Amsterdam.

It has been opened in 1893 as a Jewish Market who has been closed in 1941 with the  Jews persecutions. Reopened like a general bazaar after the War, during the ‘60 become an important node for the hippy’s scene and the youth culture in general.

Today is one of the most funny and interesting outdoor bazaar with 300 stand where you can find any kind of products: clothes (new and second hand), electronic, books, dvd’s and cd’s, posters, tools, souvenirs, bric-a-brac, curiosities.

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Open from Monday to Saturday (9 a.m. – 5.30 p.m.) is located in Waterlooplein, 1011 PG Amsterdam, just 10 minutes walking from Dam square direction east, close to the Rembrandt house.

How to arrive there:

Tram: 1, 2, 5, 13 from Magna Plaza or 14 from Central Station (stop: Stadhuis)

Waterlooplein Flea Market

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