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Shopping in Breda

Shopping in Breda

Shopping in Breday is wonderful, and all tourists should experience it. Visitors can easily find major Dutch and European brands in Breda shops. In addition to this, most of the items sold here are much cheaper compared to other cities. Besides, Breda offers tourists a wide range of options to choose from while shopping. The city boasts around 500 shops that tourists can spend days exploring. Here are some of the most popular shopping areas in Breda.

De Barones
Located in the center of the city, this is the biggest shopping mall in Breda. It has about 70 different kinds of shops that sell clothes, accessories and a variety of other things. Tourists can find a number of shops selling international brands here at reduced rates. Two of the Netherlands’ most popular departmental stores, The Bijenkorf and V&D, can also be found in De Barones. This shopping mall even includes specialty shops like Vinegar and Oil, where visitors can taste and buy different kinds of spices, oils and many other things.

T Sas
Tourists looking for shopping options that are more elegant and chic should visit the T Sas shop. Located in Breda’s center courtyard, T Sas has attractive and special architecture that complements the lifestyle of the local people. The square has several specialty shops that sell fashionable items. For this reason, this shopping place is mostly frequented by locals and tourists that can afford expensive items. Also located in this square are restaurant-bar lounges, lunch rooms, and wine bars where tourists can relax and refresh themselves after a day of shopping.

Breda is famous for the many shopping streets it has, and Endstraat is one of the busiest streets among local and foreign shoppers. Here tourists can find a collection of standard shops that offer many different kinds of items. This shopping option is ideal for those who don’t want to spend a lot on local items. Apart from Endstraat, there are a number of other streets that offer good shopping for budget-conscious travelers.

The busiest day of the week for shopping is Saturday. The streets and shopping malls are filled with people on this day. Another busy day for shopping is Thursday. To meet the needs of shoppers on this day, most shops are open till 9 p.m. On other days, shops are open till 6 p.m. Another thing to remember is that stores in Breda are typically open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month.