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Amsterdam most popular among tourists: ‘De Wallen’, also called ‘De Rosse Buurt’ or the Red Light District.
The area around Oudezijds Achterburgwal is more or less devoted to adult entertainment.
Money It creates problems, but it generates a lot of money too.
Amsterdam chose the money and with the money come the problems.
It’s a profusion of cheap souvenir shops, kebab joints, cannabis cafes, museums of torture and unalluring sex shops – utter commercial predictability with no reference at all to the badly needed art of urban planning.
If you’re looking for pub after pub hammering out loud music until the small hours, then disgorging their international contingent of drunks to take their chances on the streets, just nip across the road any evening to the famous red light district – known in Dutch as De Wallen.
Please remember that taking photos or selfies is strictly forbidden in the red light areas of town.
That does create problems.” It certainly does create problems, for the police, for the emergency services, and not least for the dwindling number of local people who defy the encroaching theme park in a city where 29 per cent of all visitors – the largest single group – are between 21 and 30 years old.Gathered near the windows full of scantily clad working ladies, like animals around some African watering hole, were a group of guys shouting, laughing and sneaking glances at the ladies.A couple of women parked their bikes on the street in front of the windows, while embarrassed looking men exiting the rooms held their heads down to avoid the knowing gaze of the women and scurried away like cockroaches disturbed by a suddenly switched on light bulb.Of all the cities I’ve visited, it is the most magical. Which may seem like a strange opening, I admit, for a Letter from . Well, very laudable but far too late, I’m afraid, Oranje. Arrive at Amsterdam’s iconic central railway station, designed in the 19th century by Pierre Cuypers, who also brought us the wonderful Rijksmuseum, and you’re confronted with the arrow-straight and potentially very impressive Damrak which links it to Dam Square and the royal palace.
No cars, bustling waterways, ornate bridges, great art, proper coffee, the vaporetto along the Grand Canal and out across the lagoon to the Lido. This is where the rot starts with depressing immediacy.
It is hard to imagine anything in this field that you cannot find here.