Dutch Cannabis Coffeeshops & Hotels in Amsterdam

​​Since 40 years, coffeeshops exist and have operated with quasi-legal status in the Netherlands.
These are not to be confused with coffee shops that sell only cannabis seeds and coffee, and others that sell only food and coffee.

Coffeeshops have existed since the mid 70 but Sarasani is the first coffeeshop ( 1968 Utrecht, closed since 2007 ).
Yellow Mellow is the first ( Amsterdam 1972 ) but the first license was issued to The Rusland ( see map coffeeshop ) in 1996, one of the best in Amsterdam.

Each coffeeshop is identified by a green and white sign. They have a special menu for the varieties of cannabis and hash they carry.

Prices and quantities vary from shop to shop, and some offer much better deals than others. On average, in Amsterdam, one gram sells for around 10.00 euros.

Be careful, rates go up easily in tourist areas and some weed can be very strong.
You must be at least 18 or 21 ( rules adults according the resident country ) to enter a coffeeshop and they do check ID, so carry your passport.
Hours of business operation are set by law, all the coffeeshops are wheelchair Friendly Smokers. See more

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The Dutch capital has long held a status for being one of the most dynamic, entertaining and cosmopolitan world cities and whether it be winter, spring, summer or autumn, there is always a buzz around the place.
What to see & do?
Where to see & do it in Amsterdam?
Animals at the Artis Zoo : 6100
Windmills : 6
Wooden drawbridges : 8
Wax statues at Madame Tussaud's : 140
16th, 17th, 18th Century Buildings : 6800
Listed Historic building : 1550
Canals : 165
Bridges : 1281
Parks : 28
Markets : 26
Museums : 51
Art galeries : 141
Shops : 10330
Diamond polishing factories : 24
Houseboats : 2500
Discotheques : 36
Cafés and Bars : 1400
Theaters and concert halls : 55
Restaurants : 755
Day visitors per year : 15.749.000

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Rent an apartment or a traditional Dutch house boat, why not? 
t's a good alternative for a short or long stay in Amsterdam.
In addition, this type of accommodation often proposes a terrace or balcony, ideal for dining and smoking  what you want without disturbing anyone.

Staying in an apartment or on a boat gives you the feeling that you integrate the local population.
The ultimate feeling I am Amsterdam.

You can prepare your own meals at any hour with no worry because most of the apartments have a fully equipped kitchen, which makes your stay much cheaper than staying at the hotel. 
You sleep better and you can receive a business relationship. 
Unlike hotels, you can sleep until noon, because there is no noise or cleaning activities. 
Most apartments and houses offer a fast internet connection, so you are also able to work. 
Do not just look for apartments in the center, it is a different experience of being in a place where people live and go out to dinner. 

All shops are nearby, the car park is sometimes included in the rental.
Remember that the best mean to move in Amsterdam is  the bike.

Amsterdam has one of the largest historic city centres in Europe, dating largely from the 17th century.
At that time, a series of concentric, semi-circular canals ( grachten ) were dug around the old city centre.
Along the canals, houses and warehouses were built. 
Many of the houses were built as residences and most beautiful ones can be found alongside the majors canals of Prinsengracht, Herengracht and Keisergracht.
When the weather is fine, there is no better way to relax than to take stroll along's Amsterdam's majors canals, or perhaps to sip a beuverage or have a meal at one of the cafés wich be found alongside the waterways. 
And of course, smoking the delights of Amsterdam in your favorite coffeeshop, or one that you'll discover as you stroll... Sweet Smoke in Amsterdam...

Amsterdam, City Of Canals, City of Museums, Venice of the North, Sin City is one of the most dynamic, entertaining and cosmopolitan cities in the world. 
Remenber, it’s a city that doesn’t sleep, no matter what time of day it is and you should always find something to keep you entertained, bemused and amused. 
Support Amsterdam, enjoy!

Almost every area has a building, attraction or monument to make it special, but it's hard to get away from the history, popularity and intrigue wich surround the areas of Dam Square, Leidseplein, Rembrandtplein, Museumplein and The Jordaan.

Dam Square :

The Dam covers 17000 square meters and is the national square of The Netherlands. 
It's also the oldest part and almost 1000 years ago fishermen, shipbuilders and craft workers settled in the area. 

Between Dam Square and Centraal Station is the red light district ( De Wallen ). 
Just a five-minute walk down the Damrak from Centraal Station.


Another vibrant nightlife district wich is illumined by neon lights, while the countless bars, clubs, cafés and restaurants ensure an energetic and high atmosphere. Melkweg, Paradiso are nearby.

The Leidseplein square is bustling with activity and terraces in summertime.
Museumplein Visually one of the must beautiful district. Top museums with The Rijksmseum and The Van Gogh Museum.


One of the top destination, the famous Rembrandt Square is amass with bars, cafes, clubs restaurants and bright lights.

The Jordaan:

The most sung about neightbourhood. 
This 17th century district was originally established for the working class, but nowadays, it has become the place for Dutch revelers, students, artists ...

Amsterdam 's illustrius history as a city of diamonds dates back to the Dutch West India Compagny at the end of the 15th century.

There are about a dozen diamond factories in the city, many of wich offer guided tours Amsterdam's shopping scene.


One of the most familiar street in Holland, has existed for more than 600 wonderful gifts and delicacies, as well as typical neighbourhood stores.
In the past this was a place where cows were sold. That is why the name of the street is ‘Kalverstraat’, which means ’street of the calves’.
The fashion parade that begins on Kalvertraat continues around the corner, across Koningsplein and along Leidsestraat ( venue for the Floatting Flower Market ).


Conveniently located near the new dynamic business district Zuid-As, RAI and WTC, is rapidly growing in popularity with top designers shops.
Shoppers will find exclusive fashion, wonderful gifts and delicatessen, as well as typical neighbourhood. 
If you want to buy Italian or French design clothes, matching bags and accessories, tailor-made suits or exclusive gifts, this is the place to be.

The P.C. Hooftstraat:

Located near the Museumplein, Leidseplein and the Vondelpark.
This street is named after the famous Dutch author and poet Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft. 
It's a street full of luxury design shops which are very popular amongst rich peopleyears and boasts countless high street stores. 
It's the busiest stretch of pedestrian shopping.

The Nine Streets is in the heart of Amsterdam's canal district and is one of the city's most delightful shopping areas.
These picturesque streets straddle the 17th Century canals from the Singel to the Prinsengracht
Spend a fabulous day wandering from one to the next exploring the designer boutiques, art galleries, jewellers, gift shops, fashion shops, specialist businesses and there are plenty of great bars, cafes and restaurants to refresh you along the way...
Just two minutes walk from the Royal Palace in the Dam Square.  Learn more