De 9 Straatjes stands for 3 × 3 picturesque shopping streets in the middle of the Unesco World Heritage Canal Belt. Between Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht en Prinsengracht. Just a minute behind the Palace on Dam Square in De Grachtengordel. A delightful neighborhood brimming with unique shops, charming eateries and a great ambience.
To keep 1,5 meter distance pedestrians are allowed to walk on the street. This so called ‘shared space’ still means: pay attention to bikers, scooters and cars. More

The nine little streets means shopping, eating, drinking and enjoying the canal belt, the world heritage of Amsterdam. Come over for the most wonderful fashion, gifts, jewelry, vintage, lightning, shoes & bags, home furnishings and: the best eateries and finest hotels. More

5 x sleeping in The 9 Streets Amsterdam!

Staying at a hotel in De 9 Straatjes means staying in the world of the Unesco listed heritage canal belt. And: staying in Amsterdams most exciting shopping area. In one of the 5 really special hotels in Amsterdam. Along the main canals and housed in wonderful monuments. With all the main tourist attractions such as the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh museum, the Hermitage and the Anne Frank House within walking distance. See you in the nine little streets. More

9 x eateries in the nine streets!

De 9 Straatjes (9 little streets) are also well known for the great possibilities for lunch and diner. From modern to chic, jazzy and pure dutch! And from affordable menu to stylish diner! Just behind Dam Square between Singel en Prinsengracht: 3 × 3 little streets, 4 canals and 12 bridges. More

A few reviews for De 9 Straatjes Amsterdam

“Perfect place for authentic shopping”
“Digno de pasear por ahí.”
“Κάτι που αξίζει να πας να περπατήσεις..”
“Super zum einkaufen” More

More about De 9 Straatjes Shopping Amsterdam. Also every sunday!

Shopping in the middle of the Canal Belt, between Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht en Prinsengracht. Just behind the Palace on Damsquare. Or on the way from Anne Frank to Rijksmuseum. It is a paradise for pedestrians and it offers a stunning overview of building styles from Amterdam golden century. ‘For that true taste of A’dam. Nine little streets that are big on personality.’ (NG) More

History of De 9 Straatjes Amsterdam

The 9 Streets is a collective name given to the nine cosy and picturesque shopping streets in the Unesco Heritage listed Amsterdam Canal Belt. These nine little streets run between Raadhuisstraat and Leidsestraat, just a few minutes walk behind the Royal Palace at the Dam Square. This little district with its small monumental shops forms a charming neighborhood with a great, bustling atmosphere. More

Whether you’re shopping for business or pleasure, De 9 Straatjes will make the most of your visit to Amsterdam. Full of authentic shops and… Safe up to 21 % when you shop tax free in the 9 little streets! 7 days a week! More

Enjoy Amsterdam's best shoppinghub: De 9 Straatjes in Unesco world heritage!

9 picturesque little streets in Amsterdam canal belt. Between Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht en Prinsengracht. Just behind the Royal Palace at the Dam Square and on the way from Anne Frank to Rijksmuseum. 3 × 3 cosy streets full of quirky shops, vintage stores, designer boutiques and wonderful eateries. More

What The New York Times thinks about De 9 Straatjes, the 9 little streets? ‘Easily Amsterdam’s best shopping hub; a charming mixture of designer boutiques, art galleries, vintage clothing stores, gift shops and places to eat and drink.’ More

Vintage Heaven

February 2020

Vintage Heaven

Whether you want to shop vintage, get unique designer pieces, or scope out antique furniture, the Nine Streets has it all. More


A visit to the Museum of the Canals is the perfect way to learn more about the history of Amsterdam’s Canal Ring. The museum looks at the 17th-century city expansion projects that led to Amsterdam’s ring of canals which received UNESCO world heritage status in 2010. After seeing the interactive displays, you’ll look at Amsterdam in a whole new light when wandering through the city’s streets or taking a canal cruise. At Herengracht. Just around the corner at Huidenstraat. More