Conveniently placed close to the centre of Amsterdam, this square is a major nightlife spot. It shares its name with the famous painter, Rembrandt van Rijn, who lived and worked in Amsterdam and had a house nearby the square. And although Rembrandt himself may be gone, a statue of him still stands here as a reminder.
Formerly a butter market, today the square offers its visitors a pleasant stop in one of its many cafés during the day and a place to unwind in one of the numerous bars and clubs during the night.
If you visit during the weekend, you may find a flea market or a food market here. The square is within walking distance of other popular sights and there is a direct connection by tram to it, too.
Coordinates 52°21'57.853" N 4°53'47.887" E