Bloemenmarkt, amsterdam




With just over 1.2 million people, Amsterdam is the largest city in the Netherlands. This city has a rich history and famous culture and so many tourist attractions. The city is so small and expensive too. Amsterdam has 165 canals each one more ridiculously delightful.
Be yourself a favor and take moment to simply get lost within its beautiful canals you won't regret it.

Every corner of this town offers some unique vistas some peace of historyBrighten up your day by visiting this floating flower market of Amsterdam which is called Bloemenmarkt. The market was founded in 1862 and it is still one of the best attractions in Amsterdam. On the Amstelveld which is square between Rembrandtplein and Frederiksplein and just west the Utrechtsestraat Bloemenmarkt is a wonderful, small friendly flower market.

If you loved flowers it is a great place to visit. The Netherlands is one of the peaceful and safest places in the world. Gorgeous old crooked buildings lying quiet beautiful canals full 0f charming cafes quiet streets ad quaint little alleys ride your bike around or just stroll the streets and take it all. Bloemennmarkt is Amsterdam's floating lower market.

It is one of the most attractive and busiest places in the heart of the city. A great place to visit for tourists or locals. There is a nice selection of flowers, plants, and bulbs. Except for those, you will find snowdrops, carnations, tulips, orchids, peonies, and many other flowers. You can enjoy the place as much as you want. Hop on a boat and take a ride on canals this is one of the best ways to the cities.



  • Sunday : 11:30 am to 05:30 pm
  • Monday : 09:30 am to 05:30 pm
  • Tuesday : 09:30 am to 05:30 pm
  • Wednesday : 09:30 am to 05:30 pm
  • Thursday : 09:30 am to 05:30 pm
  • Friday : 09:30 am to 05:30 pm
  • Saturday : 09:30 am to 05:30 pm

Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.


How to Reach

  • By bicycle : Aside from walking the best way to get around this place Renting a bicycle. Seeing this city from a bike in wonderful it is also an incredibly bike-friendly city with their designated bike lanes everywhere and even bike-specific traffic lengths It just cost 10 euro per day.
  • By bus : Take a bus from Amsterdam, Rembrandtplein 397,22,305,347,357 those are the bus number which takes you to the Bloemenmarkt.
  • By Metro : 52 and 54 are the metro lines near Bloemenmarkt.
  • By Light rail : It is also an easy way to get there to take a light rail from Amsterdam, Koningsplein.


Ticket Pricing

  • Ticket : There is no entry fee to get into in market. You just have to pay for those things which you want to buy or eat.

Tourist Attraction


Explore – It is a nice place to visit with your friends or family or the loved one. 

You should walk on this street at least twice or thrice to miss anything. Tulips and bulbs are the main attraction here. 


Foods and Cafes – If you are end of the road you will see some cheese shops and café shops. Henry wiling cheese shop is famous here you must try for once. A bunch of them also sell chocolates. It can be a great Christmas present. 


Chrismas shop – You will get every decoration for Christmas here lights, plants, and wreaths. One of the busiest shop of this Bloemenmrkt of Amsterdam. 


Nightlife – Amsterdams cool pubs and smaller bars two great options to enjoy the nightlife of Arstradarm. 

Photos - It is one of the magnificent places in Holland. Don’t forget to take a picture of giant clogs and try to donate at lear 2 or 3 euros. 


Lastly, feel free to ignore everything do not make planes just wander the market and the city. Just simply walk around or hop on a bike and take in its beauty. Try to hang out with some locals dutch people are open-mined funloving and just plain.


Famous restaurant near this place


Nour Kebab Restaurant – You will get delicious tasty kabab and much more here, the best Indian restaurant near this market. 


Asian Kitchen – It will provide you all kinds of Asian foods in this area at a reasonable price.


Pasta Factory – It is just 0.5 km away from Bloemenmrkt and a hidden gem in Amsterdam. Which provides you mouthwatering dishes and so many varieties of pasta.


Bloemenmarkt, Singel, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Rating & Reviews

Based on 36117 reviews
Very Good
Ajdin Mehic
Ajdin Mehic
07/17/2020 12:45
I went there expecting to see a big flower market, but in reality it was "just" a street full of small shops where you can buy flower seeds, magnets and other touristy souvenirs. There were some real flowers out there, but not many. Anyway, it was a nice walk, and I enjoyed it. It is very colourful, people were friendly and they spoke very good English. A little tip: try getting there a bit earlier in the morning, because it can get crowded later, and it is hard walking with all the people.
Dániel Boateng
Dániel Boateng
07/19/2020 21:46
As a local. Even me find this place really nice and interesting. Even the prices of the flowers aren't that expensive even tho it's a place where a lot of tourists come. it's a nice place to visit, and would definitely recommend to check this place out if you are interested in flowers and haven't been here before. You can expect a street full of market stands where they sell a bunch of flowers.
Michael A.
Michael A.
08/26/2020 16:07
Highly touristy area popular with visitors from abroad. Huge selection of floral souvenirs.
Onno van R
Onno van R
07/19/2020 21:42
It's not anymore what it used to be back in the day. Don't expect to see a lot of fresh flowers most sell flower bulbs and some other tourist items. It's okay to see and if you want flower bulbs this is your place in the city to be,and 2 shops also still sell fresh flowers for if you want that. Besides those 2 it's bulbs and tourist stuff.
Nasir Masud
Nasir Masud
08/25/2020 18:36
It's a very beautiful place I have never ever seen before, one of the most amazing shopping of my life that flowers of several type, seeds and other souveniers, many colourful shops in street having multiple kinds of plants, beautiful and friendly people, I think you can not complete your trip of Amsterdam without visit of this place.

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