Rembrandtplein. (Open Map)


Rembrandtplein, previously know as Reguliersplein and Botermarkt, got its modern name from the statue of the Dutch painter which was erected in 1876. Famous for the bronze sculptures replicating his most famous painting, The Night Watch, this square is a popular spot for tourists and locals alike. In the mid-19th century, the square was known for the butter markets held there, but since then it has developed into a bustling nightlife hub with multiple cafes, restaurants and clubs. Rembrandtplein is a hub of Amsterdam's nightlife and continues to be a cornerstone of the city's culture.