Amsterdam Albert Cuyp Market Area

Planning a trip to Amsterdam? Amsterdam is a small city, making it easy to explore it on foot – or take a bicycle just like the locals do! There’s always something to see as this city is filled with landmarks and unique things to see. Sometimes a city with too many attractions can overwhelm you and you might forget or simply not know about the best spots in town. If you are planning to explore the bustling Albert Cuyp Market and wander around in the Albert Cuyp Market area afterwards, we’ve got a few tips for you about recommended attractions around this 100-years old market.

The Albert Cuyp market is one of Amsterdam’s most famous markets, located in a nice part of town: the Pijp neighborhood. Many would say this is the best market in town and it’s definitely an experience to stroll between the almost 300 stalls of food, clothes, flowers, artistic products, souvenirs, cosmetics, and much more. The Albert Cuyp is an open-air street market offering almost anything you could possibly think of. It’s open from Monday till Saturday all year round, from 9 am till 5 pm.

Get to know Albert Cuyp market area in Amsterdam

In walking distance from here to the north west you can find the Heineken Experience. Open to all ages, this interactive experience enables visitors to create their personal bottle of Heineken and see, smell, hear and taste the beer making process. If you have already visited this attraction or if the sound of it doesn’t interest you then you have the option of walking just over 700 meters to find the immensely popular Rijksmuseum. Explore the thousands of paintings and be inspired by works from masters such as Rembrandt van Rijn and Jan Vermeer.

Next, why not head to the Van Gogh museum which is only 300 meters away from the Rijksmuseum and 800 meter away from the Albert Cuyp Market area? View the greatest pieces by the one and only Vincent Van Gogh – it would be a huge shame to miss out on this number one Amsterdam tourist attraction! If you are planning to see a lot of Amsterdam attractions, including the above museums, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to purchase the I Amsterdam City Card or the Holland Pass which both include many top attractions, tours and museums for 1 prepaid price. Check our offers for more information about these passes, and don’t forget to check our many video guides about Amsterdam to learn more about your favorite attractions.

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