Posted on: August 28, 2017
(This article was last updated on 7 January 2020.)
To make your traveling life a little easier we’ve decided to make a handy overview of all the Red Light District prices for 2019 (that you’d want to know about before visiting).
Did you know that Amsterdam has three Red Light District area’s in total?
The prostitutes standing in Amsterdam’s window brothels typically have a starting price of approximately 50 euros for fifteen to twenty minutes of sex. They only do it with a condom. Red Light District prices can be negotiated at the door but be aware of the fact that starting off with a low price offer is disrespectful.
If you want extra services or stay a little longer you’ll have to pay more and the price will depend on your negotiating skills and the wishes of the prostitute. Of course you can stay with the prostitute without having any sex and just talk, for these types of services the regular price of 50 euros for fifteen to twenty minutes is maintained. Every day, we take beautiful pictures of the Red Light District and post them on Instagram and Facebook. Follow us and view free photos from Amsterdam’s most exciting neighborhood.FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM >
Did you know that Amsterdam’s Red Light District has currently 292 window brothels and approximately 350 prostitutes?
You can of course also order a prostitute in Amsterdam directly to your hotel room or at home.
The average starting price for 1 hour is around 150 euros. If you’d like two hours the price also doubles. For further information on Amsterdam escort services and an escort agency top 10, click on the link below. The advantage of an escort is that you can select a woman from the comfort of your hotel room instead of having to walk the streets in the Red Light District. It adds a level of discreetness too.10 BEST ESCORT AGENCIES >
Learn more about Dutch culture, Amsterdam and the famous “Wallen” area (as all locals call it) during our super interesting walking tours with a local guide. We show you the very best highlights and we really tell you everything about this unique Dutch place. You can ask everything to our local experts. No need to be shy. Our tour guides are very open-minded and already answered all “awkward” questions.
We are proud to share that our company has been in the media a lot! Fox News & Yahoo listed us as 1 of the wackiest tours in the world. The Telegraph joined our Red Light District tour with the Fokkens twins who worked as prostitutes for 50 years and titled it “Meet the Fokkens: the Dutch sex workers turned tour guides”. Lonely Planet said about our tours: “Feel like being on a fun night out with a friend with good knowledge about his own backyard, rather than on a scripted tour.”
Learn more about Dutch culture, Amsterdam and the famous “Wallen” area (as all locals call it) during our super interesting walking tours with a local guide. we show you the best places that you should not miss.
|Regular Red Light District Tour at 3 & 5 PM||€ 19,50|
|Exclusive Red Light District Tour at 7 & 9 PM||€ 37,50|
This tour was recommended by Lonely Planet, Fox News, BBC, The New Yorker, Yahoo and The Telegraph.
Amsterdam’s number one sex show. This is the real thing, as in live couple sex on stage. Casa Rosso has been part of Amsterdam’s Red Light District for over 50 years now and is located right in the heart of it. You can’t miss it due to the massive pink lit elephant on its facade. Besides couple sex shows you can also expect strip teases, banana shows and some audience participation. 😉 Don’t wait in line, book your tickets below:
You’ve experienced the Red Light District, now go behind the scenes with a Amsterdam brothel tour through Amsterdam’s highest-end club. At Strip- and sex club BonTon you’ll get a peek behind the curtains. Outside of regular opening times they host an informative tour hosted by a sex worker who will tell you all about her profession and the history of sex work in Amsterdam.
During this super interesting tour you’ll learn everything about legal and illegal drugs in the Netherlands. Our local guides will teach you everything about the tolerant drug policy in our country and share the history of drugs in Amsterdam. All popular drugs will be discussed. Think off cannabis, XTC, cocaine, magic truffles, speed, laughing gas but also Holland’s most popular drug: alcohol. This tour will not blow your nose but it will blow your mind, as there’s so much interesting stuff to learn about drugs (in the Netherlands). For example: Did you know that Amsterdam used to have its own legal cocaine factory? And, did you know that criminals grow all the cannabis for Amsterdam’s coffeeshops?
Don’t feel like joining a guided tour group? you can now explore Amsterdam’s Red Light District on your own and at any time, all you need is your smartphone and some earphones. A virtual audio tour guide will show you around the Red Light District using the GPS on your smartphone.
The guide will introduce you to 22 local and international experts who tell you everything you need to know about Amsterdam’s Red Light District. The app gives you the option to start, pause or finish whenever you like. For more information and download options go here.
Want to learn more about Amsterdam besides the Red Light District? Join our brand new Amsterdam history tour. During this tour you’ll pass by the best landmarks in the city centre and learn about Dutch culture and Amsterdam between the 14th & 21th century. We guarantee the same quality tour and tour guides as with our highly rated Red Light District tours.
Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken is the owner of a 25% controlling interest in Heineken.
|Coffee or Tea||€ 2,50 – 3,50|
|Cola or Soda||€ 2,50|
|Draft beer||€ 2,70 – 4,50|
|Special beer||€ 5,50 – starting price|
|Pint of beer||€ 4,50|
|Glass of wine||€ 3,50 – 5,00 – starting price|
A typical Dutch “kroket” from famous local automatiek snackbar the FEBO.
|Budget breakfast||€ 3,50 – 12,00|
|Budget lunch||€ 4,49 – 15,00|
|Budget diner||€ 7,00 – 17,50|
|Burger (fast food)||€ 3,00|
|Sandwich:||€ 3,00 – 12,00|
|Kebab||€ 3,50 – 5,00|
|Turkish pizza||€ 2,50 – 3,50|
|Dutch Fries||€ 3,50|
|A slice of pizza||€ 3,00 – 4,00|
|Pizza||€ 8,00 – 15,00|
|Croquette from the FEBO||€ 1,60|
|FEBO kaassoufflé (cheese souffle)||€ 1,60|
|Herring sandwich||€ 2,50 – 4,50|
|Piece of pie||€ 3,00 – 4,00|
|Waffle||€ 3,00 – 4,00|
|Pancake||€ 8,00 – 14,00|
The BurgerFabriek in Amsterdam has delicious Dutch fries!
The porn cinema has finally returned to Amsterdam’s Red Light District. And not just any kind of porn cinema, a 5D porn cinema! Besides watching a short porn movie in 3D, all your other senses will also be triggered via its 5D features! Think of smell and wind and much more! The rest we’ll leave up to your imagination! 🙂 For further information and reservations hit the book-button below.
|Weed (per gram)||€ 5,00 – average starting price. Can go up to € 42,00 per gram.|
|Hash (per gram)||€ 8,00 – average starting price. Can go up to € 35,00 per gram.|
|Pre -rolled joint Amsterdam price||€ 5,00 – is the average price in the city centre.|
The price for renting a hotel room or Airbnb apartment in Amsterdam varies greatly depending on your wishes and requirements.
This is the National Monument on Dam Square – the centre of Amsterdam.
We’ve already made a selection for you of the best hotels for every budget, you can check them out here. Prices for a 2 person bedroom in a quality hotel start from around € 85,- euro per night. The average price for an apartment in the Red Light District via Airbnb ranges between 85 euros and 180 euros.HOTEL TOP 10 >
What looks like an ordinary canal house in the Red Light District turns out to have an entire Catholic church hidden inside it. Ons’ Lieve Heer Op Solder was built in the mid-1600s in defiance of the Calvinists, and tolerated by the city. Inside you’ll experience a labyrinthine of staircases, rich artwork, period decor and the soaring two-story church itself. Open Monday through Saturday from 10 am till 6 pm. Sunday from 1 pm till 6 pm. Holidays from 10 am till 6 pm. The ticket desk closes at 5.45 pm. Address: Oudezijds Voorburgwal 38, Amsterdam.
|Children ages 5 till 18||€ 6,00|
|Children ages 0 till 4||Free|
The only museum in the world dedicated to prostitution. It’s located in the heart of the Red Light District in a former brothel. The museum is part of the Project 1012 effort to revamp the Red Light District, you can find out more info about that project here. Within the museum itself you step inside a world that remains hidden for most and you can experience what it feels like to sit behind a window in Amsterdam’s Red District! During our tours we will pass by this museum.
|All ages||€ 10,50|
This unique museum was founded in 1985 by one of the most important figures in the Dutch cannabis industry: Ben Dronkers. The Hash Marihuana and Hemp Museum is located on one of the oldest streets in Amsterdam and it describes the past, present & future of the cannabis plant – which is very educational! The exhibition shows how the Cannabaceae plant species enabled the development of medicine, clothing, sea travel and farming. And of course, this museum also demonstrates how cannabis and hemp – which are simply different strains of the same plant – have been part of life for thousands of years.
|All ages||€ 9,00*|
*Children 13 years and younger get free entrance if they are accompanied by an adult.
|Adults ages 16 – 64||€ 10,00|
|Children ages 4 till 15||€ 5,00|
|Seniors ages 65+||€ 5,00|
Please note that this museum is only open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 am till 16:00 pm. For more info on the Salvation Army Museum, check out their website here.
Henny Tinga – one of the leaders of Amsterdam’s Salvation Army – next to the statue of Majoor Bosshardt in the Red Light District. We did a short interview with her about the Red Light District which can be read here.
|Children ages 0 till 12||Free|
|All ages||€ 6,50|
The Old Church is the oldest church in Amsterdam and stands in the heart of the Red Light District. We will tell you all about it during our tours or you can find out more here. Open Monday trough Saturday from 10:00 am till 18:00 pm and Sunday from 13:00 pm till 17:30 pm. Ticket sales always end 15 minutes before closing time.
|All ages||€ 10,00|
The Chinese He Hua Temple in Amsterdam is the biggest Chinese temple in Europe! Find out more about it here or during our tour! Open on Tuesday from 12:00 am toll 17:00 pm and on Sunday from 10:00 am till 17:00 pm.
Amsterdam’s Metro Station.
|1 hour public transport ticket||€ 3,00 – not valid in train|
|Day pass public transport||€ 7,50 – starting price, not valid in train|
|Bike rental per day||€ 14,75 – starting price|
|Train ticket, Schiphol to Amsterdam Central station||€ 4,30 – (2nd class ticket)|
|Taxi from Schiphol to Amsterdam Central Station||€ 18,50 – starting price|
The Red Light District itself is a pedestrian friendly area. There is no public transport within the district itself. When looking at the map of Amsterdam, note that “De Oude Kerk” building stands at the heart of the Red Light District.
From Amsterdam Central Station it is a 5 – 10 minute walk to the Red Light District. This is the fastest and cheapest option. Another option from central station is taking the subway to Nieuwmarkt Station via line 51, 53 or 54. A ticket will cost you € 2,90 and is valid for one hour. The Nieuwmarkt is located right next to the Red Light District and is one of the highlights during our tours. We can give you more insiders tips for your stay in Amsterdam during our walking tours.
We made a new Red Light District map containing all window brothels and great restaurants, bars, cannabis shops & erotic places. It’s really useful!SHOW THE MAP >
Would you like to learn more about the unique Dutch culture, legal prostitution and Amsterdam’s famous “Wallen” area? Join our walking tours, see the best highlights and learn everything from a local guide. It’s super interesting! Every night at 7 & 9 pm.INFO ON TOURS >