This street is great for shopping mostly shoes and clothes. You can also get a coffee or a glass of beer/wine in one of the 'brown' bars. Also some good restaurants in the Utrechtse straat.
Very nice, luxurious but hip shopping street. Also some nice bars and restaurants are located here.
One of our favourite streets in the city center of Amsterdam is the Utrechtsestraat. Filled with nice shops, restaurants and other hotspots. Because whether you’re looking for food hotspots or concept stores, the Utrechtsestraat has it all!
My favourite place to do clothes shopping! Also nice cheese stores and coffee places
“Another one of those museums you don't want to miss out on, it has an extensive Victorian Era art collection housed inside! Named after museum and river in St. Petersburg in Russia.”
“The quaint and quirky streets that straddle Amsterdam’s grandest canals form the city’s most photogenic micro-neighborhood. Known to locals as De Negen Straatjes or ‘The Nine Streets’, this special neighborhood is full to bursting with vintage and designer shopping, specialty stores and cozy cafés. If you ask us the Nine Streets are the most cosy streets of Amsterdam. You find them within walking distance of the Dam Square at the western part of the Canal District. Like the name suggests, the district is famous for its nine streets connected by the canals. Here you will find great fashion boutiques and delicious lunch cafes. The Nine Streets are a must visit for everyone living in- or visiting Amsterdam. The Nine Streets consist of: Reestraat, Hartenstraat, Gasthuismolensteeg, Berenstraat, Wolvenstraat, Oude Spiegelstraat, Runstraat, Huidenstraat and Wijde Heisteeg. This neighborhood is a very popular area to buy clothes, books, jewelry and art. Fans of vintage clothes can shop at Laura Dols, Episode or Zipper. If you arrive in the beautiful Nine Streets around noon try to get a table at one of the many cute little eateries like Ree7 or Pluk. Enjoy wandering around the Nine Streets! ”
“Obviously a need to see when in Amsterdam. If you don't like art, go for the amazing building. We always visit at the end of the day (1.5 hour before closing time). It is not that busy anymore and there is enough time to see a part of the museum. It is way too big to see everything at ones anyway.”
“Most famous market in Amsterdam (not on Sundays), you either love it or hate it”
Outdoors & Recreation
“At this small square you will find a lot of Amsterdam people heading out to have their ''borrel'' together. For example at Mash (bar) they have amazing cocktails and snacks. Try the snack platter and enjoy a dark 'n stormy here. It is also just around the corner of the famous Albert Cuyp-market (which closes around 5 or 6 pm). ”