Before it became a commercial building, the gabled old Latin School was graced by a pupil named Rembrandt from 1616 to 1620.
Crowned by its huge steeple, Pieterskerk is often under restoration – a good thing as it has been prone to collapse since it was built...
The Gravensteen dates to the 13th century and was once a prison. The gallery facing the plaza was where judges watched executions.
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On Friday and Saturday, live rock in this glossy scarlet bar can expand to an impromptu stage in the alley with crowds trailing up to...
At the confluence of canals and pedestrian zones, Annie’s has a prime water-level location with dozens of tables on a floating pontoon....
Breestraat 66 · interesting places nearby
Huge pulsing venue with everything from disco to rave.