There are living locals in this area and the areas is full of normal tourists. DO NOT try to take photos of prostitutes even from the streets, or you might lose your camera without any warning!
Very pleasant little pedestrian street, few people around, but much less hookers, mainly middle aged plump ones some ugly some very sexy, a few good looking ones. The Red Light District consists of several canals, and the side streets between them, south of Central Station and east of Damrak.
A bit annoying having queues of middle aged Chinese couples looking at you awe struck as you enter one of the window booths.
It's totally normal to walk around De Wallen and no-one is thinking that you're there because of the working girls.
Some of the international escorts also travel to Amsterdam and usually they will take clients at hotels in the Amsterdam centre, near Red-light district.
In the red-light district of Amsterdam you’ll see scores of working girls flirting with people from behind their red-light windows.
Known as 'De Wallen' (the quays) in Dutch, because the canals were once part of the city defenses (walls and moats).
Prostitution itself is limited to certain streets, mainly side streets and alleys, but the district is considered to include the canals, and some adjoining streets (such as Warmoesstraat and Zeedijk).
Prostitution is legal in the Netherlands, just as it is in many other European countries and well regulated in Amsterdam, which arguably creates safer conditions for sex workers.
Most of the caucasian prostitutes are from Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, or Russia.
Black prostitutes usually are from Suriname, Gambia and Senegal.
Sex prices in Amsterdam generally range in the red light areas, depending on the time of day, as well as the client’s age and attractiveness.
Amsterdam’s notorious red light district caters to every kind of fetish and kink and the best part is, it’s (relatively) safe.