Amsterdam’s last remaining floating market is a permanent fixture housed on a row of moored barges along the Singel canal. Once famous for its many flower shops, the market has since ceded to tourism, with the last florist closing up shop in 2019. You can still purchase seeds, bulbs, gardening tools, and the odd houseplant, but its stalls now mainly trade in cheesy souvenirs: clog-shaped keychains, wooden tulips, magnets, and the like.