PC Hooftstraat

fashionable, high-end shopping street in Zuid

PC Hooftstraat - and the adjacent Van Baerlestraat and Hobbemastraat - are Amsterdam's most exclusive shopping area, home to big names, including Gucci, Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co.


PC Hooftstraat - The "Fifth Avenue of Amsterdam". Home to Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Tommy Hilfiger and Salvatore Ferragamo.

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Luxury brands

The Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat, located in the Oud-Zuid neighborhood, 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.

More moderate shoppers can find reasonable prices in stores like Diesel, Massimo Dutti and G-Star Raw.


Luxury Shopping Route

Experience luxury shopping in Amsterdam. Surrounded by famous museums on Museumplein you can explore exquisite art galleries, interior and design stores, high-end fashion, jewellers, barbers, restaurants and so much more.

  1. Leidseplein
  2. Nassaukade
  3. Hobbemastraat
  4. Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat
  5. Van Baerlestraat

Leidseplein   (start)   →

Standing on Leidseplein you are within walking distance of the city's most fashionable shopping streets: PC Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat and Beethovenstraat.

Nassaukade   →

Cross Leidseplein Square and walk in the direction of the Marriott Hotel. Turn left in front of the hotel. You now pass the Byzantium Building which houses some luxury shops.

Hobbemastraat   →

Walk into Hobbemastraat, to the right of hotel Park Centraal. The first street on your right-hand side is the famous PC Hooftstraat.*

Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat   →

Many large international fashion stores, jewellers, exclusive shoe shops and trendy fashion stores are centred here and in nearby Van Baerlestraat and - after a longer walk via Roelof Hartplein and JM Coenenstraat - the fancy Beethovenstraat.

Van Baerlestraat   →

Van Baerlestraat is home to stylish fashions in Pauw, The Society Shop and Vanilia, designer kids' clothes in Petit Bateau, furniture and home accessories in Rivièra Maison and Zara Home, and many shoe stores.


If you don't turn into PC Hooftstraat but walk straight on in the direction of Museumplein you will see 3 large mansions on the right-hand corner in which Coster Diamands, one of the largest diamond traders of Amsterdam, is established.

In 1852 Coster cut the Koh-i-Noor Mountain of Light diamond for the British Crown Jewels.

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Typical Dutch Stores in Amsterdam and the Netherlands

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