Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam

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  • Rembrandtplein
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    by ankx
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    3 Sisters bar: Nicer Bar in REMBRANDPLEIN AREA !!!

    by TrvlnGrrl Written Feb 25, 2007

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    Nice Place to sit, drink and chat. Decor is dark and classy. Crowd age varies..but tends to be a little more sophisticated than those accross the street in the "coffee" shops. The bartenders mix the music and drinks well!

    Dress Code: Dressy Causal. Not sure if they would allow sneakers/hats (on guys) or not? but its not that fancy.


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    Rembrandtsplein: Barhopping

    by kixon Written May 9, 2006

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    Rembrandtsplein has loads of bars, go barhopping and you'll see all there is to the square! Very cool bars, don't let the entrances decieve you, behind them are so many cool bars and pubs and clubs that wow! We made it to 9 in one night, try to beat that if you can, all people are very friendly and you will have to stay and chat to some. Great partynight out

    Dress Code: Dress casual smart, I wore jeans and a nice top, so you'll get in for sure, they didnät seem to hav dresscode anyways.. They might check your bags!

    Address: Rembrandtsplein

    Directions: Follow the signs from city centre, it's only max 4 minutes away.

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    by Polly74 Written Feb 9, 2005

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    Rembrandtplein is the major 'entertainment' area for rowdy Amsterdammers and out-of-towners. Bars chock-a-block with people singing along to Dutch folk songs at the top of their voices, and a few large disco's with heavy security at the door. Because all bars and disco's close at the same moment, sometimes things get out of hand a bit. Strangely enough the square are surrounded by major gay spots like the iT, and just off the square is the Halvemaansteeg, a small street packed with gay bars. No problems here, so maybe Amsterdam really is a tolerant city.
    Also nearby is Reguliersdwarsstraat, currently the hippiest nightlife street of Amsterdam.

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    • Gay and Lesbian

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    It is Holland, and you are in...

    by mocca Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    It is Holland, and you are in Amsterdam, so be ready to party your ass off.
    There are many clubs and bars to choose from, especially on rembrandtplein and the streets on it.
    Depends on what you want, you have to choose a club or bar, but there is plenty to choose from.

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    The Rembrandtplein a few yards...

    by ankx Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    The Rembrandtplein a few yards further up is the centre of Amsterdam nightlife, with a host of discos and night clubs.
    If you like art deco, don't miss Schiller one of the most beautiful and luxurious cafes in town.

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    Amsterdam buzzes at night and...

    by coast2coast Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Amsterdam buzzes at night and parties well into the early hours. The hippest places to hang around are Leidseplein, Rembrandtsplein and Prinsengracht. The biggest club in Amsterdam is ' iT ' ( Amstelstr 24 )
    It's Amsterdam ! No need to say anymore

    Dress Code: Smart dress code

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