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Tweedehands en antiquarische boeken. Die vindt u elke vrijdag op de Boekenmarkt op het Spui in Amsterdam. Deze markt is al twintig jaar een begrip bij boekenliefhebbers uit binnen- en buitenland. Bijzondere, mooie, interessante, boeiende, leuke...more
Books, books and more books as you would expect plus art prints and postcards. Found three very rare and I mean rare GB cards here at 20 eurocents each and all within staggering distance of the Cafe Hoppe and Cafe Zwaart
I was passing by Van Stapele cookies and I saw this small book fair, its a tiny one but has lots of old used books and some art & painting, unfortunately most of the books were in Dutch so dont expect to see an English...More
I was happy to be in Amsterdam on a Friday so I could attend this market, very easy access off the #2 tram. Lots of books old and new, many languages, and interesting prints and other ephemera. Also a couple of good book shops in...More
Exploring Amsterdam and decided to visit the book market. It's a bit small but there's a nice collection of books and posters all with a decent discount compared to their store counterparts. I'd recommend coming around 30 min to an hour after the official opening...More
This takes place every Friday, and consists of around twenty stalls in the square at Spui. There are also two bookshops in the square too, one called the English Bookshop. Quite a good number of the stalls have excellent sections containing many very good selections...More
I just love this place, who’s book addicted will love it too, I’m sure! This square is full of bookstores, cafés and books scattered all over the place. On Friday happens here a Book Faire, I recommend anyone to go there, since we don’t have...More
Boeken markt op het Spui.
A small but attractive book market in the very centre of the town, on the Spui. The booksellers arrive here from all over the Netherlands The Book market is every Friday of each week from 10 a.m. –...More
This is a nice book market which is worth a quick visit on Friday if you are in the area - we bought some pretty prints at a reasonable price with a discount for multiple purchases. It is near the American Book store and other...More
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.
Yes, when you walk slowly app. 7 minutes from the Dam (follow the Kalverstraat) and when you run 5 minutes. From the central station app. Slowly app. 15 minutes (follow in a straight line Damrak, Dam, Rokin, Spui). Good luck... More
Yes, when you walk slowly app. 7 minutes from the Dam (follow the Kalverstraat) and when you run 5 minutes. From the central station app. Slowly app. 15 minutes (follow in a straight line Damrak, Dam, Rokin, Spui). Good luck and have a nice time.