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De Bijenkorf Amsterdam

"De Bijenkorf" literally translates to "the beehive" and is one of Amsterdam's largest department stores, spread over six levels. From humble beginnings in 1870, the company now has a dozen outlets across the country. The historic building it lies in is an architectural marvel in itself and features an array of merchandise. On sale are clothing and apparel by international designers and high-end labels, branded cosmetics, exquisite jewelry and trendy shoes. Also on offer are furniture, kitchen appliances and home decor. Books, stationery, music and toys make their way on the fourth floor. Despite the upscale prices, every shopper will find something of interest at this state-of-the-art shopping complex. Please check the website for hours of operation.


This is a natural cosmetic and well-being store selling well-known brands such as Weleda, Laverna and Dr. Hauschka. Even though the store is quite small, there are tons of products to view, ranging from eye shadows and oils to toothpaste and vitamins. On some days, it is possible to request 'on site' therapy, such as acupuncture or kinesiology, and the information regarding this can be found on their website. The assistants have a lot of specialist advice concerning the products and are willing to answer any questions you may have. There are also a wide range of products available on their web site.

Prinsheerlijk Antiques

If you want to lay your lands on some beautiful rare European antiques, Prinsheerlijk Antinques is the place to be. One of the biggest wholesalers and retailers in the antique circuit of the city, the store stocks everything from furniture and paintings to statues, mirrors, lanterns and other artifacts. There are new pieces coming in everyday at Prinsheerlijk and the artifacts can also be modified according to your preference. For vintage art lovers, this place is a must visit.


If ever you happen to be strapped for time and have a truck-load of shopping to be done, head to HEMA. This department store houses all your essential needs right from clothing to getting your photographs produced at their photo shop. HEMA can also be your one-stop paradise for office utilities, garden tools, baby care, bakery and home decor. For every man, woman and child alike, HEMA is a dream come true.

VIlla Arena

Whether you're looking for interesting furniture and decor options for your new home, or simply going for a makeover, Villa Arena is your one-stop shop. Established in 2001, the gigantic center is one of the largest such specialty shopping destinations in the country. The center boasts a cutting edge contemporary design, and houses more than 70 stores to fulfill pretty much all of your furniture and home decor needs. A green space capsule-like structure hanging mid-air in the center, houses the choicest food options for shoppers. There's a large supervised play area and plenty of options for children to have fun while the parents shop in peace. Check website for more.


The Kalvertoren is located in the heart of the city, on Amsterdam's most commercial street, the Kalverstraat. However, its address is not actually on Kalverstraat, as this shopping center has multiple entrances. In 1998, the shopping center tower won the prestigious annual European Shopping Center Award that is presented by the ICSC, the International Council of Shopping Centers. There are more than thirty exclusive stores here, spread over three floors, such as Mango, DKNY, Timberland, Hugo Boss, Levi's, Kipling and Replay. The big glass and steel tower has a staircase, an escalator and an elevator, ferrying customers to the top. There, you will have an amazing view of Amsterdam's inner city. Besides many exclusive shops, it is also home to two department stores, various cafes, and a nice restaurant.

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