The Netherlands has many great shopping cities. From cosmopolitan cities with well-known shopping streets to cosy cities packed with special boutiques and concept stores. We have made a selection of the best shopping cities in the Netherlands.
There is no place in the Netherlands where you can find so many great shopping areas as in Amsterdam. And besides the fact that you can stroll around for hours (if not days) on the Kalverstraat, Leidsestraat, PC Hooftstraat, Negen Straatjes, there are so many more great shopping streets in Amsterdam. Favourite among locals? Without a doubt the Gerard Doustraat, Utrechtsestraat and Haarlemmerstraat/Dijk.
There are no better places to stay during your shopping trip than our hotels. Eden Hotels are located in the city centre, so you have the best shopping streets directly at your feet.
When talking about great shopping cities in the Netherlands, one should definitely mention charming Maastricht. Because in addition to the fact that this fine city offers quite the amount of culinary treats and culture, also the shopping lover will get its money's worth. Not only in the city centre with all the well-known department stores and international chains, but throughout the city there are many nice neighbourhoods for great shopping. The best shopping area in Maastricht? That is without doubt Wyck. You are bound to succeed in the many boutiques on the Rechtstraat and the Wycker Brugstraat. During your visit, don't miss the Jekerkwartier, Sphinxkwartier and Minckelersstraat.
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When you say shopping in Rotterdam, one might think of the Koopgoot, but Rotterdam secretly offers so many more great shopping areas. The trendy MaHo Quarter in Rotterdam is also called the Soho of the port city. You'll find many design shops, nice boutiques and vintage finds here; especially the Pannekoekstraat is one of those shopping streets you really want to stroll down.
Savoy Hotel Rotterdam is located at a stone's throw from the vibrant MaHo Quarter. And believe us: one day in Rotterdam is not enough.
4. The Hague
In The Hague, too, there is a lot of shopping that can be done. Of course you have the well-known city centre which is full of shopping streets, but The Hague has some very nice shopping streets. Especially the Denneweg and Frederik Hendriklaan are known for their beautiful boutiques full of hidden gems. Really ready for a serious shopping session? Then you must be at the largest indoor shopping centre in the Netherlands, Westfield Mall of the Netherlands - close to The Hague.
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In design city Eindhoven, you are always sure to have shopping success. That's no surprise, with all those interesting design stores and stylish clothing boutiques. And although you can find all the big names in the heart of the city, Crown Hotel Eindhoven Centre's city ambassador Ineke says that the area around the Emmasingel in particular is worth the visit. Ineke: 'There you have many of those fun "everything-shops" that make you very greedy. With beautiful things for the house, nice gifts and clothes.'
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