For more than 40 years the coffee shops in the Netherlands are a unique model for smokers all over the world. HAVE A GOOD SMOKE AND GOOD TIMES!

The best coffee shops in the Jordaan and the Pijp

THE WORST COFFEE SHOPS IN THE RED LIGHT DISTRICT

Welcome all Amsterdam lovers

For a good 50%-50% or mainly Indica strain of weed ( White Widow, Northern Lights, BLUEBERRY, etc ) you should pay about 8-10 € per gram.

For a mainly Sativa strain of weed (Silver Haze, New York Diesel, G-13) you will probably need to pay between 10-12 € per gram.

For a simple (Afghan, Maroc, Nepal) hash you will pay about 6-7 € per gram, but prices get really silly for some of the ice hash, we’ve seen it for 20 €+ per gram.

For Cali sTRAINS about 28 €per Gr.

up to 50€/gr for special hash.

MOONROCK 35€ pER GR.

Around Amsterdam, prices are lowest in Haarlem, Zandvoort, Alkmaar, the choice is the same, but the quality is often better! see also den haag

You can book your accommodation without breakfast, which are often expensive for average quality.
Amsterdam offers many places that will guarantee you a delicious breakfast for a lower price.
Otherwise you can always buy your food in store food such as Albert Heijn or Hema. The quality and choice are waiting for you.

smoking in amsterdam. Many hotels are non-smoking but offer rooms with balcony and windows that open. But this is not always indicated in the room description.
However superior rooms and executive rooms most often this service. See users reviews before your booking!


The Warmoesstraat is the one of the oldest streets in the city with coffeeshop, restaurant, sexshop and much variety shops. Small side streets around Nieuwendijk will you lead up to Kalverstraat, THE most crispy street shopping.

amsterdam red light district next to coffeeshop greenhouse

Reguliersdwarsstraat several gay bars and clubs. of course, cool coffeeshop ( betty boop, the otherside ) Next Muntplein, Bloemenmarkt ( Flowermarket )
The main pedestrianised shopping streets are Leidsestraat, Kalverstraat and Nieuwendijk.


Amsterdam also plays host to exclusives shopping area like PC Hoofstraat, Spiegelstraat, Van Baerlestraat, and The Nine Streets, located between Jordaan ,Vondelpark, and Rijksmuseum.


Most stores open at around 10:am, later on Monday mornings, close at 6:pm, 5:pm on Saturdays.
Thursday is late night shopping with most shops staying open until 9:pm.
First time visitors will probably be amazed at the amount of bicycles on the city’s streets
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It’s simply the most popular way for local to commute and it’s also an ideal way to see the city but tram and buses are useful. Most hotels offer bike rental.