Rembrandtplein Attractions in Amsterdam

Amsterdam's Rembrandtplein received a complete facelift in 2011, transforming it from an unwelcoming and unloved square into a lively and bustling place for people to sit and watch the World go by. It's surrounded on all sides by restaurants and bars with large terraces and it attracts a mix of locals and visitors. Things to note on the square are one of Amsterdam's largest nightclubs Escape, the recently renovated club Rain which offers a dinner, bar and dancing mix, the famous 1920's art-deco café Schiller and the longstanding Café Kroon which is located on the first floor of a building and therefore has an excellent view. During the day it functions as an English tea room and by night a pleasant bar which attracts a 30s crowd for drinks and a little bit of dancing. Just off the square you will find Cocos Outback bar which is a hangout for expats. And the small street between the square and the Amstel river has a number of gay bars, including the Monmatre, which is still as popular today as when it opened 40 years ago…despite the kitch décor seemingly never having been updated!

Rembrandtplein

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Rembrandtplein

Happening square with a painterly flair...
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Museum Willet-Holthuysen

Herengracht 605
Near the Amstel River

Period Rooms from the 17th-18th Century...
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Holtkamp

Vijzelgracht 15

Highest Quality Pastries...
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Bloemenmarkt

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Famous floating flower market...
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Tuschinski Theater

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Reguliersbreestraat 26-34

Landmark movie palace...
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Torture Museum

Singel 449
At the Flower market

A Peep Into The Dark Ages...
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Bijbels Museum (Bible Museum)

Herengracht 366-368
Near Spui

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