What can you get here?
The people of Amsterdam combine their weekly shopping with a quick chat with neighbours or a visit to one of the many cafés or restaurants. Terraces along the canals invite you to linger. The market is divided into different areas.
On the one hand, a farmers’ market with organic products awaits you. Fresh fruit, vegetables or eggs can be bought here directly from the producer, but Dutch cheese is of course also on offer. The smell of freshly baked goods fills the air with the voices of the traders and their customers. In such surroundings, appetite is not long in coming. The best thing is to get a small, freshly prepared snack directly from the stalls.
On the other side of the church, in keeping with the tradition of this market, you can buy utensils and household items, but also leather goods, textiles, jewellery and antiques. Who knows, maybe one or the other item has already changed hands at this very market in the last 400 years. Rummaging around is guaranteed to be fun. On Saturdays, the Noordermarkt is extended to include the Lindengracht Market.
The Noordermarkt is an ideal starting point for exploring the city or visiting the Anne Frank House.