Heldhafting, vastberaden and barmhartig: valiant, decisive and merciful. Amsterdam is defined as such by its citizens , due to its history of splendor, scientific and cultural discovery that has made this city a European capital famous in the world for being a cultural, scientific and commercial center that has always stood out for its open minded and flexible. The open mind has allowed the city to become a bulwark of a modern and liberal thought, in stark contrast to the old bigoted and outdated Italian canons.
Today Amsterdam is known among young people for being the capital of fun and transgression , with its cofee shops ,red light clubs and discos open until late at night, the ideal destination for those who love to be carried away by sin and the pleasures of life on holiday !. But what are the places to have fun in Amsterdam
Let’s find out together …

ALSO : What to see in Amsterdam

Best Clubs and Discos
Every night, Dutch and non-Dutch guys flock to clubs , night clubs and discos to have fun, drink alcohol and dance. Like all big cities, Amsterdam is full of interesting places to party and pick up girls and boys. We suggest some particularly popular ones.

1 – Panama:

  • Contatti : Oostelijke Handelskade 4, Facebook page
  • How to get there: tram number 26 (Rietlandpark stop), tram number Tram 10 (laidseplein stop). Get directions.
  • Description : It is a night club / disco that organizes events with electronic music and themed parties.

2 – Winston kingdom

  • Contacts : Warmoesstraat 131, Facebook page
  • How to get there: Located in the center of the red light district. Reachable on foot or by bike from the center. Get directions
  • Description : It is a night club and hotel which mainly hosts young tourists. Organize student parties, burlesque shows and live music events with Rock, Punk, Reggae, Hip Hop, Dub and Electro musicians.

3 – Bitterzoet

  • Contacts : Spuistraat 2, Facebook page
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : a trendy club offering bar, nightclub, concert hall and theater. It is a place of entertainment but also of culture that offers a very varied program.

4 – AIR Amsterdam

  • Contacts : Amstelstraat 16, Facebook page
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : It is one of the most famous and largest nightclubs, offering shows with internationally renowned DJs such as Afrojack and Steve Aoki.

5 – Disco Dolly

  • Contacts : Handboogstraat 11, Facebook page
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : Discopub frequented mostly by students. It offers well-priced alcohol and a good selection of funk, soul, boogie, house and hip-hop music

6 – Jimmy Woo

  • Contacts : Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 18, Facebook page
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : elegant and refined nightclub, with an international style and Asian inspiration, characterized by a rather extravagant design.

7 – Milky Way

  • Contatti : Lijnbaansgracht 234a, Page Facebook
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : Since the 70s it has been an institution among nightlife venues. It has ballrooms, concert halls, a cinema, a theater and a café.

8 – Sugarfactory

  • Contatti : Lijnbaansgracht 238, Page Facebook
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : still a nightclub that combines live music and dance. Around 11.00 pm there are live music concerts, the dance evening kicks off around 1.00 am and continues until 5.00 am.

9 – WesterUnie

  • Contacts : Klonneplein 4-6, Facebook page
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : It is a room that offers techno, house and acid evenings located inside the Westergasfabriek, a former gas production facility which has now become one of the main cultural centers of Amsterdam

10 – Escape

  • Contacts : Rembrandtplein 11, Facebook page
  • How to get there: Get directions
  • Description : finally another institution in Amsterdam, one of the largest ever, capable of hosting up to 2000 people. It offers house and electronic evenings and a suggestive scenography characterized by hi-tech lights.

Coffeeshops: how they work and which are the best
The famous coffeeshops are places where you can buy and take soft drugs such as marijuana and hashish.

NB : The consumption of these drugs is only legal within these premises.
There are strict rules for being able to enter and smoke in these places:

  1. Obviously you must be of legal age (therefore with an identity document that can certify it)
  2. the maximum limit of 5 grams that can be purchased must be respected
  3. you can not consume alcohol , also smoking tobacco is allowed only in limited quantities or in special rooms.

Info on prices: how much does it cost to smoke Inside the premises two menus
are provided to customers :

  • Dealer Menu : with prices and information on the types of weed and hashish. Prices start from € 5.00 per gram and go up to € 20.00 depending on the quality.
  • Manu Bar : with info and prices of drinks for sale.

Best Coffe Shops in Amsterdam
Below is a list of some famous and popular places:

  1. Greenhouse Centrum , Oudezijds Voorburgwal 191, Get Directions
  2. Dampkring , Handboogstraat 29, Get Directions
  3. Barney’s , Haarlemmerstraat 102, Get Directions
  4. 420 Cafe , Oudebrugsteeg 27, Get Directions
  5. Basjoe , Kloveniersburgwal 62, Get Directions

Red light district: hot clubs and shop windows
Legal in all respects and instead prostitution , which makes this city one of a kind! Everything is organized in the Red Light District , the red light district that includes the districts of Walletjes, Singel and Pijp. The streets of the district are full of shop windows, inside which prostitutes display, and obviously sell, their “wares”.
Precisely because of its exceptional fame, this area of ​​the city has become a real and priority cult tourist place, and today it is frequented above all by tourists curious to understand how this particular business works!

Where to sleep
Amsterdam is a city of a thousand resources, ideal for exploring on foot or by bicycle. The connections are excellent, so you might as well save a little bit by choosing a hotel or accommodation not right in the center. Either way, the Dutch capital has the answer to every need!

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