De StreekMarket pops up on Utrecht’s Mariaplaats once a month and revolves around local, artisanal products. The roster of merchants changes each month, but there’s always a large selection of goods on offer at the market, including freshly roasted coffee beans, chocolate covered crepes and craft beer.
This large covered market is just outside Utrecht in a suburban village called Papendorp. Around 50% of the stalls stay the same every week, and the other half are given to temporary leaseholders. This means that there’s different items on offer each time you visit, as well as a wide selection of more-or-less permanent products.
Utrecht Bazaar, Groenewoudsedijk 6, Utrecht, Netherlands, +31 030 6779899
De Utrechtse Lapjesmarkt is the oldest fabric market in the Netherlands and has taken place since 1597. During the past 400 years, the market has changed from a biannual occurrence to a weekly affair and has grown into the largest event of its kind in the country. There’s an enormous range of cloth, fabric and other items related to the textile arts available at the market, including many that are quite difficult to find outside of Utrecht.