Strolling - through Breda

Here you will find tips to enjoy shopping in Breda! Breda is a real shopping city for clothes, shoes, gadgets, gifts and more. Curious to find the best shopping streets of Breda? Then read on! Don’t forget to enjoy your time on a terrace at one of the many cafés during your visit.

Of course, you can visit the shopping streets like; Eindstraat, Karrestraat, Lange Brugstraat and Ginnekenstraat. Are you looking for unique shops and boutiques? Then carefully keep reading!

Veemarktstraat

The Veemarktstraat is a shopping street known to many. You will find something for everyone! Buy trendy shoes at Omoda, choose a new pair of earings at My Jewellery and wander around Dille & Kamille. Skate lovers and street wear enthusiasts will feel at home at Bonk. For a new lingerie set, visit Naron or The Lingerie Store and for the summer outfit shop at Sissy Boy or DNA by Newstyle.

Tip: during your shopping spree, check out the courtyard garden of In Kannen En Kruikenenjoy!  

Sint Annastraat

Initially, the street was referred to as Korte Nieuwstraat. In the early 1519 however the name Sint Annastraat popped up. This may be the most photogenetic street of the city centre. Do you enjoy coming there as well? Vintage enthusiasts indulge themselves at J’adore Vintage, where you can shop vintage per kilo! Across you’ll find cool sneakers at Fawl Customs. Need a little shopping break? Retreat in the Willem Merkxtuin with a delicious patisserie from Patisserie Nettur in hand.

Nieuwe Ginnekenstraat

The nice thing about the Nieuwe Ginnekenstraat is that you start your shopping spree on the left side of the street as of Van Coothplein, and turn around at the end to take in the right side of the street. How lovely!

Along the way you will come across Paul Pim and Kloffies & Koffies among others. Continue your journey to the Wilhelminastraat if you haven’t seen enough yet. Read more about this shopping street below!

Wilhelminastraat and Ginnekenweg

From the Nieuwe Ginnekenstraat, cross the canal and continue walking past LILA the store and The Society Shop. Past the intersection with Baronielaan, the Ginnekenweg starts a cosy mix of restaurants and unique shops. Where the shopping street turns into residential street, turn around and walk back towards Van Coothplein. This time take a look at the other side of the street.

Ready for some food? Along the way you’ll pass Stilleven and Hemels. Nice spots to rest and enjoy some delicious food. Both places also have a cosy garden!

Houtmarkt(passage)

The Houtmarkt connects Ginnekenstraat, Houtmarkt and Akkerstraat. Making it possible to do a complete shopping tour! Score a cool outfit at Urban Bozz, buy a LP at Velvet Music.

't Sas

Tucked between Havenmarkt and Lange Brugstraat, you will find the beautiful shopping courtyard ‘t Sas. Have you been here before?
Here you can shop trendy in terms of beauty, lifestyle, and interior. Highly recommended!

Boschstraat

The Boschstraat is one of the oldest streets within the city centre. This lively street is home to various shops and restaurants. Well-known shops among Breda’s residents are Schietecat and Fop-Sjop. Don’t forget to taste a nice beer at De Beyerd or get a delicious coffee at Kamu

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