Other Amsterdam guide books will tell you how to see the sights, get a good hotel room, how to avoid bad weather, and then it will have a blushing section at the end about the infamous red light district and how to more-or-less avoid it.
With this Amsterdam travel guide for men, we know exactly why you are going to Amsterdam and we're here to help you plan your trip and make sure you don't end up bottoming out in a darkened Dutch alleyway.
Amsterdam is the true city without sin, where adult freedoms and sexuality are celebrated and treated with common sense. To ignore this sense of freedom would be to ignore Dutch culture and one of the most vibrant parts of the city.
We'll start by helping you get to the Venice of the North. Find out what time of year you can party the cheapest, how to get to the city for under €100, and how to get around without being ripped off by the sneaky taxi drivers of Amsterdam.
We'll take you around the city and give you a history of Amsterdam - looking at how the red light district fits into that. We'll show you some of the best budget accommodation around the city center that will put you in walking distance of the windows.
In part two of this Amsterdam guidebook it's time to get ready to party. Whether you are planning a trip with your friends to partake in Amsterdam's famous libations or just looking for good spots to take a date or meet new people we've got you covered.
Find out some of the best restaurants, bars, nightclubs, pub crawls, and coffee shops going in the city. From some of the most beloved eateries in all of the Netherlands, to kitsch Dutch cafés and watering holes, to some bastions of the party capital of Europe.
©2016 Christopher Smith (P)2016 Christopher Smith
I have driven across AMSTERDAM many times and always say the next time I will take my time and enjoy the drive. The book looks great and the next time I will be armed with the appropriate material to enjoy the drive.
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