Oud-Zuidwith 84,000 inhabitants one of Amsterdam's nicest residential areas with fashionable shopping streets like PC Hooftstraat, Beethovenstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat
Oud-Zuid is one of the boroughs of Amsterdam. It was formed in 1998 by merging the boroughs of Zuid and De Pijp. Also the Museum Quarter (Museumplein) with the Stedelijk Museum, Van Gogh Museum, and the Rijksmuseum, belongs to Oud-Zuid. It has about 84,000 inhabitants.
Amsterdam Oud-Zuid's main shopping streets
Amsterdam's most luxury shopping street -- the PC Hooftstraat -- is home to high-end clothing (Chanel, Gucci, Hermés, Louis Vuitton), jewelry (Chopard, Cartier) and specialty (Mont Blanc, Henckels) stores, as well as several boutiques selling more luxury labels.
Van Baerlestraat features chic names like Pauw and Vanilia. Beethovenstraat, along the eastern border of this neighborhood, boasts a row of women's, men's and children's chic shops. Don't miss Cornelis Schuytstraat and its trendy boutiques and home stores for a special Dutch outfit or gift.
The Cornelis Schuytstraat is known for its high end and stylish stores, with owners who specialise in exclusivity and trendy goods. With its hardware and grocery store, this is certainly not a street that is 'a dime a dozen'.
Every Saturday the zuiderMRKT takes place at the crossroads of Jacob Obrechtstraat and Johannes Verhulststraat. The zuiderMRKT is a small, cozy, weekly market, which is organised by enthusiastic residents who live in the Oud-Zuid neighborhood.
zuiderMRKT at the crossroads of Jacob Obrechtstraat and Johannes Verhulststraat with the Obrechtkerk in the background
nearby AttractionsAlbert Cuyp Market famous open-air market
Concertgebouw concert hall
PC Hooftstraat elegant shopping street
Rijksmuseum National Museum of the Netherlands
Van Gogh Museum world's largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh
Vondelpark the city's largest park, with cafés, ponds and English gardens
Zuidermrkt cozy, weekly market on a small square
nearby Lunch places