Facebook Twitter Email. Coronavirus dealt a devastating blow to the Dutch capital's notorious window brothels and left over legally operating sex workers without an income for almost four months. The district in Amsterdam's historic center, known locally as De Wallen, relies heavily on tourism and normally attracts over a million visitors a month. The pandemic plunged the sex industry into deep financial trouble and reignited a debate about the future of the Red Light District.
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I had gone the red light district in while I went for WGD in Sweden and I was so surprised that there still have the red light district. WOW I bet it charge more than HA Thank for sharing again. I hope I will go to Amsterdam next summer. I notice you wore a heavy jacket. Too cold for summer?
Prostitute prices in Amsterdam, just in case you were wondering
Sunny is a sex worker in Amsterdam. You will sometimes find her at the Prostitution Information Center, sitting on Enge Kerksteeg 3, ready to answer all your questions over a steaming mint tea waiting to be served. The Center is very beautifully decorated, pictures and posters adorne its walls, and towards the back is a spacious wooden table. Pressure is high when you are working in the Red Light District, everything moves quickly, you need to negotiate, and I am terrible at negotiating! I really respect the girls that power through hour shifts.
Paying too much is never fun, especially not abroad. Paying too much can ruin your trip to Amsterdam. Avoid that!