Albert Cuyp Market

Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam

Planning to visit the Cuyp Market? Check out our information below!


If you are in Amsterdam, be sure to visit the Albert Cuyp market. It is the largest outdoor market in Europe. The market can be found in de pijp, in Albert Cuypstraat and is named after an 18th-century cattle trader who had a stall in this street. The Albert Cuyp market is always bustling, the ideal place for (Dutch) delicacies such as a fresh stroopwafel or a delicious herring sandwich. You will also find fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, cheese, flowers, clothes, shoes and souvenirs at the market.

Open six days a week, the market is located in the middle of the pijp from Ferdinand Bolstraat to Piet Heinkelstraat. De Pijp is a cosy neighbourhood in Amsterdam. It is one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, originally located outside the 17th-century Golden Age fortifications. But nowadays it is easily accessible by Metro.

Opening hours:

Except on Sundays (when the market is closed), the Albert Cuyp market is open the rest of the week from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM.

Photographer: Lars Meijer

Tips and Tricks!

Here are a few tips you should know before visiting the Albert Cuyp Market.

  • On Sundays, the market is closed.
  • The stalls at the Albert Cuypmarkt are grouped according to where they come from in the Netherlands or in other European countries such as France and Italy.
Photographer: Ronnie Overgoor by Unsplash


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