For many of the millions of tourists who visit Amsterdam each year, the city's red light district with its famed prostitutes in windows, brothels and cannabis-selling coffee shops, is one of the main reasons to visit the Netherlands. But now the government is getting tough and is on a clean-up mission.
Warning this clip contains nudity. Amsterdam council say there is a downside to Amsterdam's famed tolerance towards drugs and prostitution. And the city is often a platform for human trafficking, money laundering and tax evasion. They want to clamp down on businesses related to these crimes and attract higher-end businesses in its place.
Written and Presented by Ann Salter