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    This question has been asked so many times 😂 But imma ask again. Basically me and my mates are going Amsterdam in a few months and we are all 16 and 17, we are basically going for the coffee shops. Just wanted to know from any people that have had experience with the same problem as I'm worried I won't get served anything and the whole trip will be ruined. We are thinking about buying fake id's but we are also worried we will be caught. Is it easy to get served in Amsterdam or are they strict and I'd everyone?
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    This question has been asked so many times 😂 But imma ask again. Basically me and my mates are going Amsterdam in a few months and we are all 16 and 17, we are basically going for the coffee shops. Just wanted to know from any people that have had experience with the same problem as I'm worried I won't get served anything and the whole trip will be ruined. We are thinking about buying fake id's but we are also worried we will be caught. Is it easy to get served in Amsterdam or are they strict and I'd everyone?
    Why, when the age is 18? They are bound to ask you, especially as a group because you will be too conspicuous. Fake ids are easy to spot. They dont id people who are obviously over 18. Its a bit since ive been, but you are going to be a bit stuffed if thats the only reason and it doesnt work out for you.
 
 
 
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