Explore Amsterdam's famous red light district on a walking tour at night. Learn more about the district's vibrant history.
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Explore Amsterdam's famous Red Light District
Learn more about the district's history
Visit a historic bar on Amsterdam's oldest street
Take a walking tour through the legendary Red Light District of Amsterdam, that is unlike any other place. Explore the neighborhood that is also called Rossebuurt and learn more about the beginnings of Amsterdam's Red Light District. Stroll along the cobbled streets and pass by the erotic window parlors.
Listen to your local guide, telling you more about the history of the prostitution. Learn how a major trading harbour made Amsterdam a magnet for the oldest profession in the world. Visit a shop called condomerie, that offers all kind of condoms that you can imagine.
In de Wallen, you will explore the alleys lined with more than 300 cabins rented by sex workers today. Discover the neighborhood at night, when the district really comes to life. Walk down the alleys and let your guide show you secret entryways. Round off your tour with a delicious drink at Café Remember that is located in the heart of the Red Light District.
• A local guide
• Personal expenses
You will meet your guide at the Statue of "Belle" on the Oudekerksplein, 1012 GX Amsterdam.
Please bring your booking confirmation.
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