One of the many stories about Amsterdam that some people have difficulty accepting is that there are theaters where clients can pay for entrance and then see genuine live couples on stage having sex, as well as absolutely a few different-but-similar skills involving bananas, pens, ribbons, vibrators, and whatnot.
Just matching the saga of Amsterdam’s coffee shops and the Red Light Area itself, this one is definitely true, at least as of now.
Commencing in late 2007 the city started splitting down on many sex-related trades and shutting down RLD windows as a component of a 10-year plan to clean the space up, so there’s no saying how long the contemporary hands-off situation will take on.
For those who truly want to encounter something special and make a good commencement to the evening, repaying a visit to the “Moulin Rouge” in Amsterdam is a necessity.
Not because I’m into marijuana (or prostitutes), it’s just one of the quirkiest places I’ve been to.
There’s something really funny about watching men get pulled into windows (especially at 10am on a Sunday morning) by scantily clad women.
Amsterdam boasts some of the best pastries and desserts in the world.
I loved all of the DIY waffle shops that let you add your own fruit, chocolate sauce, sprinkles, and whatever else your heart desires.
Don’t get me wrong, I actually love the Red Light District.
I guarantee – you’ll have never been in a museum like it!
Not for everyone, but a live sex show can be considered the epitome of a visit to Amsterdam.
They went to watch some random people have sex, of course.
Is there not enough action in the Geordie Shore house or something? magazine column, Sophie admitted that the crew decided to see a live sex show, and it sounds like they were a mix of horrified and entertained.
A town referenced by it’s red light district and legal cannabis, it’s safe to to say that it’s stereotypical visitor is looking for something a little different to traditional tourist activities.