Experience the charms of Amsterdam's Red Light District with a self-guided audio tour on your phone. Listen to fascinating stories, based on an award-winning storytelling concept and gain great insights into the most talked-about quarter of the Netherlands.
Your walking tour begins at Dam Square, which is among the most important locations in Amsterdam. Find out how a simple dam on the Amstel River gave the city its name and witnessed the glorious, as well as bizarre, moments of Dutch history.
Guided by an immersive audio guide, you will continue your stroll to admire the oldest building in Amsterdam, the famed Oude Kerk. Just outside the historic 14th-century church, you’ll discover the small statue of 'Belle', who asks all passersby to “respect sex workers all over the world”. After all, the neighborhood became famous due to its housing of the world's oldest profession.
Throughout your walk, you will follow in the footsteps of sailors, sex workers, merchants and modern curious visitors to experience unique attractions such as the Café In’t Aepjen, the “secret” chapel of Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder and Bloedstraat.
Your tour will end in Nieuwmarkt, Amsterdam's busy market square, home to the iconic Waag building. Here, you'll discover the stories of a unique heritage site that once functioned as a city gate of Amsterdam and later became the city’s main guild-house.
This is an unmissable opportunity to experience at your own pace Amsterdam’s Red Light District guided by an expertly designed audio tour on your phone.