After Leidseplein, Rembrandtplein (Rembrandt Square) is the city’s second center of nightlife, itself a celebrated locale for clubbers looking for a more mainstream – and often pricey – experience.
The area’s plentiful bars and clubs attract a large number of upscale visitors and tourists who flock to the variety of venues, which include no-cover clubs with huge dance floors and underground techno scenes, upscale lounges where DJs pump out beats until dawn, and the gay-friendly hotspots on Regulierwarsdwarsstraat.
By day, the well-known flower market behind Rembrandtplein offers a charming scene of vibrant colors and flower tents floating on the Amstel River, while by night the square’s beaming floodlights illuminate the crowds who show up dressed to the nines and revved up for a night of strobe lights and thumping bass.
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