Red Light District, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Red Light District
  • 2 mentions in First time in Amsterdam. Please help with my two day itinerary.

    • Martina M.

      Martina M. said, "...and stuff. I'd rather go to the pijp (Albert Cuypmarkt) for that wish is a much nicer area and more relaxed. The Red Light District: If your going here it sould most def be dark, nothing really happens until 8 ish at night...." See More

    • Wessel K.

      Wessel K. said, "...After the Anne Frank you can continue on the Prinsengracht towards the Noordermarkt (plenty of lunch places around the Noordermarkt). The Red Light District is a must see if you have never visited Amsterdam before. The best way to get around town is..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Are 4 days enough to visit Amsterdam?

    • Jan M.

      Jan M. said, "...make a boat trip on the Canals another day. Eat at the Zeedijk Chinese with Nam Kee after you have seen Red Light District de Wallen, redlight district. Go drink beer at Warmoesstraat the Prael brewery or at the Molen, Brouwerij 't IJ..." See More

    • Reyhan A.

      Reyhan A. said, "...up early, have a nice breakfast nearby the Dam Square, have a boat trip in the afternoon and walk through the Red Light District in the evening. If you spend your time right, 4 days is enough :)..." See More

  • 2 mentions in 12 hours layover in Amsterdam- what to do?

    • Vikalp M.

      Vikalp M. said, "...Amsterdam is famous for a lot of partying. If you are interested in these then head straight to the areas around Red Light District. It is not far from the railway station. You can fetch a map at the station or at..." See More

    • Andrés E.

      Andrés E. said, "...Visit some pubs. Enjoy some awesome beer. take a walk through the Red Light District. Buy a ticket to take a ferry through the canals. And if you can, try to join one of the "walking tours" groups. they meet in Dam..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to explore in London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Switzerland?

    • Lorraine M.

      Lorraine M. said, "...to the Leidseplein for good restaurants and night life. Albert Cuypmarkt in De Pijp fun to browse through. The Wallen ( Red Light District) overrated but a nice old churchthere to visit. The Bloemenmarkt (flower market) also very overrated. The Begijnhofis worth..." See More

  • 1 mention in Should I spend more time in Amsterdam or Munich?

    • Jeff M.

      Jeff M. said, "...we would have spend easily 2 more days there I love that city - between the Indonesian food, bars, cafes, museums, Red Light District and just walking around, you could easily kill three days there without leaving the city. Munich is a great..." See More

  • 1 mention in Help! Confused traveler for Netherlands/Belgium/Paris trip

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...a big city at all. For some reason all tourists cramp up in one area of town (around Dam Square and Red Light District) and I can imagine that some people may think Amsterdam is crowded if they just go there! There..." See More

  • 1 mention in New Year's Eve in Amsterdam

    • Joanne L.

      Joanne L. said, "...I lived in Amsterdam and remember a lot of fun on Dam Square, Red Light District and along the canals. Paradiso will be great if you have tickets. Sure to have a wild time!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Bike paths or good bike routes for an inexperienced biker to take

    • David S.

      David S. said, "...If you want to avoid crowded paths of bikers, you will like to visit the center walking: Dam Square Amsterdam Centraal Red Light District Rembrandtplein, but some times you can miss it, specially going around Anne Frank House My recomendation is to use..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best 2-day stop over in Europe

    • Jan Jaap E.

      Jan Jaap E. said, "...the city after such a short time. In Amsterdam you could go to the highlights like Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum, Red Light District, do a boat tour through the canals, and stroll around on the Albert Cuypmarkt. Another, new and interesting..." See More

  • 1 mention in Two days in Amsterdam!

    • Shauna H.

      Shauna H. said, "...You probably already know about the Red Light District. The old red light in the window trick to let you know it is a brothel... obviously, this section of Amsterdam has a whole lotta red lights. Great place for uh, costume ideas!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the 5 things I can't miss in Amsterdam?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...to not only do the tourist stuff! Sure it is good to see the Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum and Red Light District, but also just rent a bike, leave your map in your bag and just bike a round! Don't..." See More

  • 1 mention in what do do during a few hours layover at AMS?

    • An D.

      An D. said, "...Central Station is Vinnies Deli on Nieuwezijds Kolk if you are into health food. Also close to Central Station is the Red Light District, which is probably the safest area of Amsterdam and off course a neighborhood it's famous for. There's lots..." See More

  • 1 mention in Amsterdam or Brussels/Brugge?

    • Karla M.

      Karla M. said, "...perspective. Go to the Van Gogh Museum (behind the museum is the i AmSterdam sign), go to the Anne Frank House, Red Light District for sure, go to the famous The Bulldog Coffeeshop Leidseplein, the area of Jordaan is lovely to see. The..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must Sees in Amsterdam?

    • Sanne S.

      Sanne S. said, "...3 days to visit Amsterdam. Must see attractions.. just take a walk along the canals. And take a look at the Red Light District A place to party is the Rembrandtplein, lots of clubs like Escape. And there are some good restaurants in..." See More

  • 1 mention in Any advice on best places to stay for a week in Amsterdam?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...stay, just to try airbnb. Check if you can stay within the Canal area. preferably Jordaanor Negen Straatjes. Try to avoid Red Light District area to stay at. I will copy paste a piece about the different neigboorhouds of Amsterdam: The neighborhood behind..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best hostel and neighborhood for a solo 21 year old in Amsterdam?

    • Pepijn W.

      Pepijn W. said, "...Stay away from places like the 'Dam' (and Damstreet), Rokin and Red Light District. Sure; its cool to see, but only for an hour or so. Go to areas like: De Pijp, Vondelpark or the NDSM area to discover the real beauty..." See More

  • 1 mention in What neighborhood in Amsterdam do you suggest staying in?

    • Bre R.

      Bre R. said, "...stayed in Hotel Pulitzer, Amsterdam which was near many things we enjoyed. We were near the Anne Frank House and the Red Light District. The hotel was fantastic as well, our balcony was right on the water of a canal...." See More

  • 1 mention in Help with an itinerary for 20 days in Europe

    • Valerie S.

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      Valerie S. said, "...matter what city, it's going to cost A LOT to visit/stay/eat/sightsee. Must see in/notes for Amsterdam: If you're brave, visit the Red Light District and see some "culture" there.From what I've heard, Amsterdam is well-accessible by bike or boat, so look for biking..." See More

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