The fact that it’s a typical Amsterdam neighborhood definitely becomes clear during, among others, the Jordaan Festival, but also the atmosphere in the various bars is jovial.
At the heart of Amsterdam we find the Koningsplein and the Reguliersdwarsstraat. Situated between the Leidsplein, the Spui and connected to the Rembrandtplein you really can’t miss it during your night on the town.
Speaking of the Reguliersdwarsstraat, it’s a street with a great atmosphere. Mostly known for its gay hospitality, but it’s definitely also recommended for its many restaurants and clubs.
Cafe HerengrachtA trendy bar and restaurant at the same time with a stylish decoration. That is cafe Herengracht. On the various floor levels of the bar you can have a nice seat with friends and prepare for the night that is yet to come. A great [...] Continue reading about Cafe Herengracht.
SoHoThe 2 story high SoHo is a nice place to go out for a drink both during the week and in the weekend. The classic interior would probably give a different impression, but it's quite the party location! With their own dancers and a resident [...] Continue reading about SoHo.
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A large square in the middle and everywhere you look you see bars and restaurants with terraces and impressive lights all around. The Rembrandtplein has to be the most well known nightlife area of Amsterdam.
And whether you prefer a pub or really want to go clubbing, the variety of bars is so extensive that there’s something to be found for every taste.
3 Sisters PubAlso pubs on the Rembrandtplein are recommended. Like the 3 Sisters Pub with an enormous bar inside and various seating arrangements. Later in the evening the pub is also a place for dancing which you'll enjoy participating in! Video 3 Sisters Pub Continue reading about 3 Sisters Pub.
EscapeThe Escape is a very popular venue with previously a rather strict dress code. While the popularity hasn't dropped, the dress requirements have been turned down a notch. Friday, Saturday or Sunday evening, if you're looking for a night with an excellent lineup of dj's, [...] Continue reading about Escape.
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Who hasn’t heard of it, the Leidseplein in Amsterdam. With famous venues like the City Met beroemde locaties zoals de City theater, De Melkweg, The Bulldog and with terraces everywhere on summer days.
And also at night there’s a lot to be experienced when the nightlife makes its entry. Here are some of the hotspots.
Jimmy WooLuxury, style and glamour are definitely the three words that best describe Jimmy Woo. Regularly the rows in front seem endless so no fear of standing on the dance floor alone. With club music and the best DJs you won't be complaining about the sound [...] Continue reading about Jimmy Woo.
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Popular among students and young professionals, you won’t need to worry about being bored thanks to the many terraces and authentic pubs.
Cafe De Groene VlinderAt the heart of the Pijp you walk into the cozy diner and bar De Groene Vlinder (The Green Butterfly). With a dark interior that moves aside as the evening progresses and the nightlife kicks off. The opinions about the food differ sometimes, but nobody [...] Continue reading about Cafe De Groene Vlinder.
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For some nightlife venues in Amsterdam you’ll need to move slightly further from the city center. Logically, this is where larger parties are organized that attract a diverse audience. From salsa to dance!
Panama*At the Oostelijke Handelskade (Eastern Trading Dock) you find club Panama. With the possibility of dining there before the party starts, it's no problem that it's a bit further from the center. Panama* has room for over 1000 people; 900 in the Main Room and [...] Continue reading about Panama*.
Besides the regular nightlife, Amsterdam also hosts an impressive list of concerts and performances on various locations in the city. Both in and outside the city center you can come and admire your favorite artists.