This is the book you should read before you visit the Red Light District!

Dam Square Amsterdam

Date: 13. jul 2018.
<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">If you walk down the Dramark from Central station during your Amsterdam tour, in just couple of minutes you will find yourself in the jam-packed square, filled with locals and tourists 24/7. The square was created in the 13th century when a dam was built around the Amstel River to prevent the Zuiderzee from swarming the city. The Zuiderzee was a shallow bay of the North Sea in the North-West of Netherlands..</div>

Gezelligheid Amsterdam

Date: 13. jul 2018.
<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">Gezelligheid is a Dutch word that embodies the unique experience of coziness and comfortable and time to relax. This is the story about Amsterdam’s bars and cafes. These words can be used interchangeably since the distinction is mostly seen in the title or layout of the establishment...</div>

Krasnapolsky Amsterdam

Date: 13. jul 2018.
<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky represents an institution in the city of Amsterdam. It is over a century old hotel located in the central historical district of Amsterdam, minutes away from the central station and the famous De Wallen Red Light District which is a major tourist attraction of the city...</div>

The unknown world of male prostitution in Amsterdam

Date: 13. jul 2018.
<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">One of the major tourist attractions that you can visit during your Amsterdam tour is the Red Light District in the historical part of the city. The vibrant Red Light District is also one of the most controversial tourist attractions in the Netherlands. On its streets and canals woman from all over the world are lurking the customers from their working stations, known as “the window”. But besides woman there is a couple of streets (for all the details check out the RedLightDistrictGuide) where you can find prostitutes that weren’t born a woman, meaning transsexuals, transgender prostitutes, cross dressers…&nbsp;</div>