The airport’s shopping centre: Welcome to Schiphol Plaza
Many people come and go through Schiphol Plaza. That includes departing and arriving travellers from all over the world, and also commuters on their way to work, study or home. Schiphol Plaza houses an extensive range of shops and restaurants. They are multi-faceted, easily accessible and with ample opening hours. At Schiphol Plaza, you will find what you are looking for!
The shops at the airport have very long opening hours. Most shops are open from early morning until late in the evening, giving you time to fully enjoy the shops, bars and restaurants at Schiphol.
More than just shops
Schiphol Plaza is the airport’s shopping centre. From a supermarket to an electronics shop, from fashion retailers to hairdressers, you'll find it at one of the thirty shops. But Schiphol Plaza is more than just shops. It also has over twenty bars and restaurants. Thanks to the wide range of options, you will always find the atmosphere, dish or drink that you feel like at that moment.
There are a handful of places where you can shop for your daily essentials and toiletries. Just stop by Albert Heijn for groceries, Etos for toiletries, Gall & Gall for wine and spirits, Nespresso for coffee, or HEMA for general purpose items.
Whether you want to spoil yourself or someone special, you can easily pick up a present at Schiphol Plaza. Try Electronics for electronic items, Gassan for jewellery, Rituals for home and body products, MultiVlaai/Jamin for cakes and sweets, Victoria's Secret for women's underwear and Kappé Perfumes & Colors for cosmetics.
You can find exciting fashion from all over the world at Schiphol. Spice up your wardrobe with colourful casual clothes from shops like America Today, G-Star and H&M or opt for something dressier from Suitsupply.
Whether you're passing through Schiphol for business or pleasure, there's always a great spot to eat or drink. Enjoy a delicious coffee from Starbucks, healthy snacks from LEON or 'go Dutch' and enjoy a beer and 'bitterballen' (deep-fried croquettes) at Cafe Rembrandt.