Where Is A Starbucks In Amsterdam?


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Rosie Normanton Profile
Rosie Normanton answered
As of the summer of 2007, there is a Starbucks coffee shop open Schiphol Plaza, just before passport control and security. In 2009 Starbucks opened another shop in another train station. But as of spring 2011, Starbucks are set to open another big store in the city centre.

Simply by doing a search on Google, we found out the locations of the Starbucks coffee shops in Amsterdam. The first one is located at Stationsplein 13, 1012 AB, and there’s another one is located at Accraweg 19, 1047 HJ. But as mentioned previously, Starbucks are set to open a big store in the city centre this year, which is set to be hugely popular amongst both the locals and tourists.

If you are ever not sure of whether or not there will be a Starbucks where you are going on holiday, then simply visit their website and select the store locator. From there you will be able to enter the country you are visiting or even the address or postcode and you will be shown your nearest shop. Once you discover that there is a Starbucks nearby but you are not sure how to get to it, then open up Google maps and select the ‘get directions’. Enter the address of where you are staying and then the Starbucks address and walking or driving directions will be delivered to you, along with an estimation of the distance and how long it will take you to get there.

The Starbucks website will also give you a guide to their weekly opening times so that you won’t be disappointed by turning up on a day when it is closed.
Vikash Swaroop Profile
Vikash Swaroop answered
There are no Starbucks Coffee outlets in Amsterdam as yet. The Dutch, who have a tradition of being coffee drinkers, have always had coffee houses, but Starbucks has still to arrive here.

Starbucks, in recent years has added more than 5000 stores in Europe, Africa and the Middle East (EMEA). To service these outlets, Starbucks has opened a European Starbucks Support Center in Amsterdam. In addition to being the regional headquarters for EMEA, it will also have a roasting plant, designed on a modular basis. This is to allow for easy expansion, as and when demand grows. To do this, Starbucks has tied up with the Amsterdam Port Authority.

Starbucks is named after the first mate of Pequod, a character in "Moby Dick", a novel authored by Herman Melville.

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