De Negen Straatjes or as travelers call it the Nine Little Streets are streets running between the Prinsengracht and Singel canals, a perfect place for leisurely stroll while window shopping. Do stop by Nielsen cafe and the Pompadour.
When to visit:
january - december
00:00 - 23:59 Everyday
The 9 Straatjes area is just 2 minutes walk from the Dam and 5 minutes from the Munt.
These streets are famous shopping areas in Amsterdam which has both big brands as well as small independent stores. These streets also houses restaurants, coffee bars, home decoration stores as well as bookshops.
Famous streets are:
- Reestraat: fashion and decoration shops, fine restaurants, Amsterdam Watch Company, art gallery - Galerie Lughien
- Hartenstraat: Fashion and home decoration stores, small restaurants
- Gasthuismolensteeg: The National Museum of Spectacles, sandwiches shop, fashion shops and shoe boutiques
- Berenstraat: Popular cafe restaurant t’Zwaantje (The Small Swan), all in black bookshop Mendo, fashion outlets for men and women, eateries
Frequently asked Question about De Negen Straatjes - Nine Little Streets
Where to get the route map of De Negen Straatjes (Nine Little Streets) in Amsterdam?
You can get the route map of De Negen Straatjes at de9straatjes website.
Which all routes does the nine little street connects?
De Negen Straatjes (Little Nine Street ) connects Reestraat, Hartenstraat, Berenstraat, Wolvenstraat, Oude Spiegelstraat, Runstraat and Huidenstraat.
Which tram goes to the 9 streets in Amsterdam?
Tram 13 and Tram 17 from the Amsterdam Centraal passes through the Nine Little Streets.
What are the opening hours of stores in De Negen Straatjes?
In De Negen Straatjes, stores usually open at 10 AM and close between 6Pm to 7 PM.
How to get to the Nine Little Streets using public transportation?
Most busses and trams to the center will get you to De 9 Straatjes. Take the stop at Dam square, Westertoren or Spui. You can walk to the area in just 2 minutes from behind The Palace on Dam square or in 4 minutes from the Munt or on your way from Anne Frank to Rijksmuseum, close to Westertoren.