The illuminating, 1½-hour itinerary looks at Amsterdam's drug culture, both its myths and reality. It includes smart shops, a 'user...
Oude Kerk Tower
It is the city’s oldest surviving building (from 1306) built to honour the city’s patron saint, St Nicholas (the inspiration for...
Huge, dark and always busy, Nelly's attracts foreign visitors from the cheap lodgings in the area (including the attached Durty Nelly's...
It's quite a contrast: Anna's sleek line of white-clothed tables topped by plates of curry-sauced monkfish and truffle-and-veal risotto,...
An intriguing place to view the Red Light action is Trompettersteeg, a teeny alley where the most desirable women are stationed. Claustrophobes beware: it's only 1m wide, but it's plenty busy. Look for the entrance in the block south of the Oude Kerk.