Amsterdam: City Centre Pub Crawl

Amsterdam is renowned for its vibrant nightlife and infamous red-light district. Our pub crawl takes you on a journey from a bar located near the central station to the bustling red-light district and culminates in the lively Rembrandtplein. You can rest assured that this crawl is all about enjoying alcohol and good company, and will not lead you to any of those other establishments.

For this crawl you do not need public transport, but in Amsterdam you can use trams or buses to easily travel around the city.

Here you can find the information about Public transport in Amsterdam.

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Bierproeflokaal "In De Wildeman"

This bar is very recognizable, boasting a distinctive interior complete with stacked barrels at the end of the bar and a striking block pattern on the floor. Interestingly, the name "De Wildeman" translates to "the caveman" in English, and it's no secret that the primary focus of a caveman is simply to survive. And what better way to do so than with a nice cold beer?

Café Old Sailor

Located in the heart of the notorious red-light district, this pub stands out from the rest. Unlike other establishments in the area, it's not about what you might expect, but rather about whisky, cognac, beer, and good times. Stepping inside, you'll feel like you've boarded an old pirate ship, with a decor that matches the ambiance perfectly.

Café De Monico

Located on the bustling Rembrandtplein, Café De Monico is a must-visit bar for those looking for a unique and intimate atmosphere. The bar's interior, with its dark wooden walls and Dutch artwork replicas, exudes a cool and sophisticated vibe. If you're not a fan of clubs, then Café De Monico is the perfect spot to enjoy a night out with friends.

Café Bolle Jan

This café has a special place in Amsterdam's music history, as it was the starting point for the career of a well-known singer, René Froger. The bar has a traditional Dutch pub atmosphere, and it's the perfect place to enjoy some good old-fashioned Dutch sing-along songs and have a fun night out.

De Heeren van Aemstel

De Heeren van Aemstel is a spacious bar, but it can feel much smaller when you're there on a busy night out. This is because it's an extremely popular bar in Amsterdam. It's the go-to place for a variety of events. They often have live music, pub quizzes, and you can even hold your wedding there.