The 9 Streets are very touristy, but contain unique shops and restaurants, and are a cool part of the city.
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The nine streets have tons of little boutique shops that are fun to pop into and explore. The best thing we have found is to just start wandering up and down streets, get a little lost you never know what you might find. If you...More
These little streets are lined with the most amazing, quirky shops that you will not find anywhere else in the world. If you enjoy shopping for unique items, then this is the perfect place to indulge in some retail therapy. There are also loads of...More
If you do nothing else when in Amsterdam, walk everywhere and explore De Negen Straatjes or the Nine Streets. A grid of streets straddling the canals, this is my favourite part of Amsterdam. Vintage shops, great cafes and restaurants, concept stores and a buzzy atmosphere....More
This place can get a bit crowded at times so pick your time but remember that nothing opens up until 10 am. The buildings are just great to take photos of.
We visited Amsterdam in December 2016. Our hotel's concierge receommended this neighborhood for shopping. My sisters were successful in getting some new bags and clothing. My husband and I were on the hunt for gifts for family back at home, and this neighborhood has such...More
You'll find plenty of boutiques and coffee bars in these narrow streets. As a local I prefer shopping there instead of Kalverstraat for example.
9 small streets across the channels in lovely Jordaan is a mecca for both shopaholics and window shoppers. You can easily spend a day here. One boutique after the other. The shop only selling coffee table books, the other with only toothbrushes, toothpaste and oral...More
It is a nice experience where you can combine shopping with having some food. Not being a fan of shopping as such, it is smoothing the pain when you get a nice bite or a drink in between finding the stuff to wear.