The largest covered market of Europe
Not far from the Dutch sea and the capital is the city of Beverwijk. An international concept because of the largest covered market in Europe, the Bazaar is melting pot of cultures.
The World of the Bazaar
Since its opening in 1980, the market has been a great success. On the first day, there were already 14,000 visitors. Now every weekend over 40,000 people gather from all over the world to the Bazaar in Beverwijk. When you enter the Bazaar, you get a completely different world which will amaze you more and more. More than 1000 outlets, shops, stalls and food stands that offer products from all over the world introduces you to more than 50 cultures.
The Seven ‘Continents’
The Dutch Bazaar is divided into several parts with various themes. You’ll find books, designer clothes, bags and home accessories, but also second-hand clothes, cosmetics, and tools. You can find everything! On each corner and on the Food Market are restaurants with delicious foods and drinks. Enjoy Italian pastas, Turkish sweets, Persian coffee, Afghani ice cream, Dutch waffles and much more. Breathe in the delicious scents of spices on the Eastern market and taste diverse delicacies. Walk between sparkling jewelry at the gold Souk. Rummage through second-hand stuff on the trunk market and take a look at the black market.
And not to forget the children, they can jump on trampolines, put on face painting, explore the market, and time travel at Siplo’s Games Xperience. The Bazaar is a unique experience for everyone.