Situated a stone’s throw from the Rembrandtplein in the city centre is arguably Amsterdam���s - and perhaps the world’s - most stunning movie theatre, the Pathe Tuschinski.
A blend of cinema styles
Commissioned by Abraham Icek Tuschinski in 1921, the interior and exterior blend several designs, with a heavy emphasis on Art Deco. And like the décor, the movies are also a mix of styles; Hollywood blockbusters play next to art house darlings.
Cinema with a view
The main hall is the most impressive, preserving the most charm. Be sure to arrive early enough to kick back and gaze admiringly at the ornate ceiling. Or, up the date-night ante and book private or balcony seats complete with a snack and drink.