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Free Red Light District Tour Amsterdam Verified by FREETOUR.com

Provided by Strawberry Tours
The closest date you can book this product is for 29.05.2019. See products available today and tomorrow.
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Overview

Why do I have to pay a reservation fee of €2 if it’s a free tour?
The City of Amsterdam has implemented a limit of how many customers are allowed per tour group. Companies that do not follow these new regulations face significant fines. As we need to know exactly how many customers are joining our tour we have had to introduce a reservation fee of €2 per person. We welcome this initiative of the City of Amsterdam as it ensures that you can have a better experience in a smaller group of maximum 20 people. If you don’t feel comfortable with paying us a deposit, feel free to book any our 3 other tours in Amsterdam instead, which you can reserve for free. Thank you for your understanding!

This activity includes:

  • Condomerie
  • Magic Mushroom Shop
  • Red Light District
  • Amsterdam
  • Casa Rosso
  • Marijuana Museum
  • De Waag
  • Gin

Meeting point

Amsterdam Central Station

On arrival

Opposite to Amsterdam Central Station, outside the entrance of the "Amsterdam Visitor Centre", Stationsplein 10, 1012 AB Amsterdam. (See map)
Reserve Online and then show up at the meeting point and look for our guide with the Strawberry Umbrella!

Things to note

Learn about its seven century-old history, how it went from being just a swamp to becoming the poshest neighborhood in the city, to then be abandoned by the richer Amsterdammers in the 17th Century and re-inhabited by sailors and hard laborers, both trades renown to enjoy the pleasures of the forbidden; the degradation and the legend of the neighborhood had begun. From then on pimps, prostitutes and a very exuberant black market took over the area. As early as the 19th Century it already started to attract tourists from all over the world who wanted to taste its fruits, relish in its exotic shows and haze in its opium dents. The 20th Century saw the toughest times for the area due to the heroin epidemic of the ’80s and ’90s. Nowadays, however, it is one of the safest neighborhoods in the city, with the Dutch authorities have been able to maintain freedom whilst keeping the area out of the hands of criminals. It is a truly fascinating place, where with the right guidance one can discover much more than meets the eye. Throughout the centuries it has attracted all sorts of people from all sorts of places and many stories, told or untold, happened there and only there.

FRI
SUN
English
English  |  3:30 PM
WED
THU
FRI
SUN
Spanish
Spanish  |  3:30 PM
2.00
Book Now
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