Indoor shopping malls in Amsterdam

Indoor shopping malls in Amsterdam

Is it raining or is it cold weather? Then it is a good idea to visit an indoor shopping mall. Although Amsterdam does not have many, we have made a list of covered shopping centers

Indoor malls in the City Center of Amsterdam

 

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Magna Plaza

The Magna Plaza shopping center is located in the former main post office in Amsterdam. It is a beautiful building between the Royal Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk. This shopping center exudes an international atmosphere. You can shop here for clothing at brands such as Lacoste, Cavallaro Napoli, Bag House and Mango. You can find the nicest gifts at Aroma Plaza, Typical Dutch or Swarovski. For goodies you can go to Cheese & More and you can make yourself beautiful and shop at the same time at Micabella Club.

 

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De Bijenkorf

Close to Magna Plaza, you can find De Bijenkorf. Although this is not an indoor shopping mall, it is quite big. This luxury department store has 5 floors and everything you are looking for. From clothes and shoes to interior stuff and kitchen necessities.

 

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Primark

Also Primark isn’t a shopping mall, but you can spend quite a few hours there. Primark Amsterdam is the biggest Primark in The Netherlands. The store of 7 floors and 8,287 square meters is the newest and largest store of Primark. All collections are available in this store: women’s fashion, men’s fashion, children’s clothing, the interior collection of the chain and you can also find beauty and gifts in this branch.

 

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Kalvertoren

In the busiest shopping street in Amsterdam, the Kalverstraat, you can find many well-known and large fashion brands. One of the highlights here is the Kalvertoren: a tower of steel and glass, where you have a breathtaking view from the Blue Amsterdam restaurant on the top floor. A number of shops are hidden in the three-storey center. Here you can buy clothes, cosmetics, accessories and sports products. Also visit HEMA, an iconic Dutch store that sells affordable clothing and interior products.

Indoor Mall in Amstelveen Centre

The shopping center of Amstelveen, Amstelveen Stadshart, close to Amsterdam, consists of a number of covered shopping centers that are linked to each other by cozy squares full of restaurants. That way you can combine your day of shopping with a nice lunch. In this mall there is something for everyone, such as a large Bijenkorf, nice clothing stores such as Zara and H&M and special pop-up stores where you can find the nicest things. The Stadshart of Amstelveen is definitely worth planning a shopping day when visiting Amsterdam this fall and winter!

Interior indoor shopping malls

 

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Villa Arena

Villa ArenA is the largest interior shopping mall in the Netherlands. Here you will find more than 50 home-furnishing shops that are open and ready to welcome you seven days a week. Whether you need furniture and accessories, bathrooms, kitchens, floors, lighting, art and decor, Villa ArenA is the place to go, whatever your style. All under one roof.

 

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Ikea

Close to Villa Arena, you will find Ikea. This store needs no introduction. The Scandinavian chain that sells home-made furniture and living items in a warehouse-like space is always nice to visit. They have also a restaurant with cheap meals, so do not worry if you are hungry!

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Hello, I’m Alison and I love my city. I’ve always believed Amsterdam has so much more to offer than what the guidebooks tell you. But as a visitor, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the highlights and miss out on having an authentic Amsterdam experience. That’s why I’m passionate about showing you my city from a truly local perspective.

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