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Red Light District & Old Amsterdam

No doubt about it, figuratively speaking the red lights have been shining here for hundreds of years! But associating this area only with prostitution would wrong the old heart of Amsterdam! Still the ‘Old Town’ is a world of its own, not easily giving away her secrets...

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Red Light District & Old Amsterdam

Take a walk with us in the redlight-disctrict and discover everything about:

• Daily life in the red-light district • How did the red-light district came into existence? • Who are working here? • Visitors and inhabitants • Rembrandt and the anatomic lessons • Chinatown and the Chinese temple • The oldest houses, churches and streets

As of 1 April 2018 strict municipal regulations apply to guided tours through the Red Light District.

HERE you can read more about these rules.

Details

* Sale Rate Summer Deal! For program dates in July the groupprice upto 6 persons is 75,- + VAT
Rate 1-10 persons € 125,- excluding 21% VAT. From 10 persons €12,50 per person excl. 21% VAT.
Languages Dutch, English, German, French. 1 language per group of max. 25 persons.
Place of departure In front of the Visitor Centre opposite Central Station. Other departure places in consultation.
Time of departure All days of the week, departure times in consultation till ultimately 17.00
Duration 1,5 hour
Many interesting stories
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The guide told us many interesting stories. Everybody was very enthusiastic and I only got positive reviews from the group. Thank you for this! G. Schuiling
Very informative and brought with humour
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Our group of friends REALLY ENJOYDED the tour through the Redlight District. For about 2 hours our guide entertained us with information during the tour, very informative and brought with humour. N. Hoogsteder, Vriendenclub
A great day!
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We had a really good time! You made it a great day. Roel knew how to strike the exact right note and his distinct interest in and knowledge of (the history of) Amsterdam are a relief compared with the average city guide. T. van Zwet