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Exploring Red Light District

Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll – if that’s what you’re looking for that’s exactly what you’ll find in Amsterdam’s famous Red Light District, locally known as De Wallen. As one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, it holds a great deal of history and the walls now separate the erotic, religious, residential and the commercial. In this area you will be able to discover the Erotic Museum and the sex shops with their merchandise on display, along with sex shows of all natures. Whilst in the area, be aware that cameras are not usually welcome, particularly near the red hued windows. The Red Light District is also still a residential area where people are going about their daily lives. If you visit the area, be respectul as prostitution is legal in the Netherlands and also be mindful of your wallet, as many pickpocketers are known to wander the area in search for distracted tourists.

Accommodations near Red Light District

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Amsterdam is the Royal Boutique Apartment Amsterdam, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Amsterdam Canal Guest Apartment in Amsterdam as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Red Light District

- Royal Palace

Dam Square’s most monumental landmark is its Neo-Classical Royal Palace – a sprawling celebration of the Dutch Golden Age. Take a tour inside, making sure to spend extra time soaking up the regal atmosphere in the elaborate chandelier-shrouded Citizen’s Hall.

- Rembrandt Square

A must-see place in Amsterdam, this popular square is always full of activity and energy. Visitors will find that there are a plethora of shopping, dining and entertainment options in the area. The number of nightclubs and bars also make it a popular spot for young people.

Transportation near Red Light District

Amsterdam’s Old Town can be explored on foot or by tram until midnight, when a night bus system takes over, and a metro service runs between downtown and the suburbs. Bus travel covers the city and nearby towns, and ferries link downtown with the north of the city. Taxis are plentiful, but fares are high and the service is unreliable.

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