De Utrechtse Bazaar

  Taatsendijk 1      (+31) 306 77 98 99     more than a year ago
The Netherlands has had a multicultural society for decades, despite the fact that some of the current political leaders have a problem with this tolerant tradition. However, people from all backgrounds have been visiting the Utrecht Bazaar each weekend for more then 30 years. Each Saturday and Sunday the ‘most cheerful market in the Netherlands’ is filled with over 500 market vendors from all corners of the globe.


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No Credit cards
Facilities for disabled
Guarded parking


Sat 08:00-16:30, Sun 08:30-16:30. Closed Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri.

Price/Additional Info

Admission: adults €3, children under 12 years free.


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C. Foxton

Why does is this article blighted by the opening political statement. I want to visit Holland and not suffer a biased diatribe.
Fam. Jorgensen

What a great place, although it's a bit out of the way. I went there with my family and we all enjoyed it. Especially the cheap prics for food and typical Dutch gifts saved us a lot of money. Make sure to try <em>stroopwafel,</em> a kind of hot cookie with delicious hot caramel between it!!!
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