Waterlooplein - The Waterlooplein Flea Market is a big and fun outdoor bazaar and the oldest and most interesting market in Amsterdam. Here you'll find new and second hand clothing, bric-a-brac artifacts, trendy t-shirts, old military uniforms, second hand books and objects from Africa and Asia. You can also get a tattoo.
The Flea Market was originally a Jewish Market and was created in 1893. Back then it was the most important Jewish Market in Amsterdam. This market ended in 1941 with the persecution of the Jews by Nazi Germany. After World War II the market was reborn as an outdoor bazaar.
You can visit this market on monday through friday from 9am till 5.30pm or on saturdays from 8.30am till 5.30pm.
How to get there: Take the underground from Central Station to station Waterlooplein; or take tram #9 from Central station or #14 from Dam Square. The market is very close to Rembrandt square.