A popular tourist destination near downtown and known as one of the hippest and hottest night club scenes Rembrandtplein Square was named after the late Dutch master Rembrandt in the late 19th century.
The center square actually features a statue of Rembrandt which is best seen during the day, but it is at night that this area really comes alive as tourists, youth and celebrities swarm the area for a taste of that famous Amsterdam party scene. Developed specifically to be a center for nightlife and surrounded by all the hippest clubs Rembrandtplein has become a natural hub of activity for both locals and visitors.
During pleasant days crowds can be seen enjoying the numerous café' terraces and restaurants. At at nights the area clubs, bars and alternative lifestyle gathering spots that line the area are packed with revelers of all ethnicities and ge
nder preferences. Attractions within 1 km of Rembrandtplein Square include Canal Belt; Kalverstraat; Singel Flower Market; Begijnhof and Chapel; Madame Tussaud's; Dam Square; The Royal Palace Koninklijk Paleis; Old Church Oude Kerk; The Red Light District De Wallen; Holland Casino and Rijksmuseum.
In addition the world-famous Reguiliersdwarsstraat lounge and eatery makes this a natural starting spot as well, with its draw of the hippest nightlife that pulls in both the young and young at heart.
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