- Hilton Royal Parc Soestduinen
- Tulip Inn Amersfoort
- Hotel Theater Figi
- Bilderberg Kasteel Kerckebosch
- Bilderberg Hotel De Klepperman
- Park Plaza Utrecht
- Tulip Inn Hilversum
- All Netherlands Hotels
Shopping in The Netherlands can be one of the more enjoyable activies in the country. There are multiple areas for great shopping in The Netherlands, with many of them being concentrated in Amsterdam. Whether you plan to do your shopping in The Netherlands or shopping in Amsterdam, you will find that Netherlands currency is the same across the board. Shopping in small villages outside the larger city limits can also be a lot of fun.
One of the most famous places for shopping in Amsterdam is the Albert Cuypstraat Market. Cuyp Market is a favorite for shopping in Amsterdam. Not only is the market the perfect place for sightseeing in Amsterdam, but travelers will find deals on a wide range of products, food and goods. A selection of vegetables, fruit and locally caught fish can be purchased at the market. Often times, high-end items such as electronics, including cameras, can also be purchased at the market.
Another popular shopping area in Amsterdam is Kalverstraat. Shopping in Kalverstraat will take you to one of the busiest shopping areas in the city. There are department stores at both ends of the street, and plenty of options for both luxury shopping and jewelry shopping. The department stores at the far end of the street are located close to Dam Square and tend to offer some of the trendiest and most exclusive shopping stores.
Another great area for shopping in Amsterdam is P. C. Hooftstraat’s. This shopping is comprised of three blocks and you can find stores with everything from furniture to shoes, clothing, bread and chocolate. Yet another shopping area, Van Baerlestraat, is located near by and has even more boutiques and shops to explore. An area known as Nieuwe Spiegelstraat & Spiegelgracht is where to shop in Amsterdam if you are looking for antiques of any kind.
The official Netherlands currency is now the Euro. If you are unfamiliar with using Euros or with Euro conversions, you can usually find information through your bank regarding the most up to date conversion rates for your money. The best Netherlands currency exchange rates will be offered by your bank. Although you may find other places to exchange your money for you while traveling, you will find that businesses do not give the best rates on currency exchange. For this reason, one of the best ways to get cash is simply by using an ATM machine to get cash when you need it as you travel. Not only will you avoid carrying around large wads of cash, but you will be guaranteed to get the lowest bank exhchange rate. You can also exchange currency at the airport, both coming and going, and it is a good idea to exchange some money early on to cover airport fees and taxi rides from the airport.
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