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

Floating Flower Market

Date: 7. jul 2018.
The Flower market, officially flower- and plants market “Bloemenmarkt” is a permanent market in the city center of Amsterdam. Until 1862 the market was situated at the Sint Luciënwal, but when the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal was filled up in 1883, the flower market was forced to move to its present location at the Singel canal (one of the oldest canals in Amsterdam), between the Koningsplein and the Munt.

Magere Brug

Date: 7. jul 2018.
Magere Brug is the famous skinny bridge that should not be bypassed during your Amsterdam tour. It is a bridge across the Amstel River and opposite of the Carre theatre in the city center of Amsterdam. it connects the banks of the river at Kerkstaat (Church Street) between Keizersgracht (Emperor’s Canal) and Prinsengracht (Princess Canal). The central section of the Megere Brug is a bascule bridge made of white painted wood. The present bridge was made in 1934. 

Street performance and art Amsterdam

Date: 7. jul 2018.
<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">During your Amsterdam tour, you will have an opportunity to experience many forms of Street art performances and art. Traditionally, Amsterdam is the city of commerce, exchange and tolerance and the rich flow of creative expression accentuates its multicultural and international character...</div>

The Hash, Marijuana and Hemp Museum in Amsterdam

Date: 9. jul 2018.
<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">Amsterdam is the city not just famous for legalized prostitution but also for the unique drug policy of cannabis in the Netherlands, among other things. This policy is a little different in Amsterdam then the rest of Netherlands in the favor of tourists. Outside of Amsterdam, only the locals&nbsp;</div>