There are limitless myths and legends about drugs in Amsterdam. In order to help people understand the reality of drugs in the city, we have developed Drugs Tour Amsterdam. In two hours of enjoyable walking, we will visit all of the city hot spots, including the well-known canal sights and the controversial Red Light District. By the end of the tour, you will have a real understanding of the drug reality of the country with perhaps the most modern and liberal drug policy in the world.
The tour has been developed to be educational, fun, safe and interactive.
PRIVATE TOUR: Due to the sensitivity of the subject, we also provide private tours for small audiences in order to give everyone the opportunity to raise questions in a more private and confidential environment. Additionally, the Private Tour is available in the following languages: Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
But how extensive is your knowledge of drugs in Amsterdam?
Our question would in return be, ‘How extensive is your knowledge of drugs around the world?’
– Did you know that marijuana consumption is higher in the United States, Spain, Italy and France than it is in the Netherlands?
– Did you know that the Netherlands has one of the lowest rates of hard drugs users in Europe?
Maybe you need more information?
>>To warm up we begin the tour with a free cup of coca leaf tea, courtesy of the Coca Leaf Experience.
These are establishments in the Netherlands where the sale of cannabis for personal consumption by the public is tolerated by the local authorities.
FAQ: Why are the coffeeshops there?
FAQ: How are the coffeeshops run?
These are specialized in the sale of psychoactive substances, including psychedelic eco-drugs. They also deal in literature and paraphernalia related to working with illegal drugs.
FAQ: Why are the Smart Shops there if they sell eco-drugs?
FAQ: Which kind of eco-drugs do they have?
Liquors, wine and energy drinks made with coca leaf.
FAQ: Where can I find it?
FAQ: Why the coca leaf is legal?
>Red light district:
In many places, this is an international street drug market.
FAQ: What kinds of drugs are available?
FAQ: Is there any control by the police?
>Heroin Users Rooms:
These are places to use heroin and other hard drugs.
FAQ: Why do these exist?
> Testing illegal drugs:
Institutions where consumers can test the quality of their illegal drugs.
FAQ: Why do these institutions exist?
>The “Ayahuasca Church”:
This is a religion with members that use the powerful psychedelic ayahuasca as a sacrament.
FAQ: What is the “Ayahuasca Church”?
FAQ: Why is it in Amsterdam?
>Peyote and San Pedro:
Two powerful hallucinogenic plants.
FAQ: Where is the cactus garden?
This drink symbolises the bohemian culture in the late 19th and early 20th century.
FAQ: How did absinthe influence Van Gogh’s and Picasso’s works?
>The Netherlands Drugs Lord Klaas Bruinsma:
FAQ: How did he affect the Dutch Royal Family?
>Samples of Hard Drugs:
– We will also show you samples of the fake hard drugs that are usually on the market.
>Information and consumption:
– Do you want information about: magic mushroom grow kits, magic truffles, cannabis seeds, weed and hashish, space cakes, salvia, coca leaf, herbal XTC, sex stimulants, and all the drugs that are legally on sale in Amsterdam?
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**Participation in a DRUGS TOUR AMSTERDAM is strictly voluntary and we reserve the right to deny participation in any tour to any person, for any reason, at any time.