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Reguliersdwarsstraat is situated in the old city centre of Amsterdam and runs between Koningsplein in the west and Rembrandtplein in the east. Half-way Reguliersdwarsstraat is separated by Vijzelstraat into a western and an eastern part:


How to get there

On foot you can reach Reguliersdwarsstraat within 25 minutes from the Central Station. The shortest way is via Damrak, Dam square, Rokin, Muntplein and the first part of Vijzelstraat:

By bike

Many people come to Reguliersdwarsstraat by bicycle. To prevent the sidewalks becoming blocked, bikes may only be parked in the designated areas or in the new indoor bike parking facility in the office building De Munthof, which opened in July 2019:

The new bike parking facility in De Munthof building

This parking facility comprises 250 places for bicycles and 8 places for electric scooters or cargo bikes. The parking can be used by visitors, employees and residents. The opening hours are:
- Sunday to Wednesday: 7.00 - 23.00 hrs
- Thursday to Saturday: 24 hours a day

For bikes every first 24 hours is free, after that parking costs 1.25 euros per day. It is also possible to take out a subscription for 75 euros per year. Cargo bikes and scooters pay € 2.50 per day or € 150 per year.

Public transport

By public transport you can reach Reguliersdwarsstraat from the Central Station within ca. 15 minutes with tram lines 2, 11 and 12 which have a stop at Koningsplein. Furthermore, line 24 stops in Vijzelstraat (stop De Munt), and tram lines 4 and 14 at nearby Rembrandtplein.

Reguliersdwarsstraat can also be reached by the new North/South-line of the metro (line 52), which stops at the Rokin station at a 5 minute walking distance.

Public transport around Reguliersdwarsstraat

By car

By car you can reach Reguliersdwarsstraat as follows: leave ringway A10 by exit S110 and follow Nieuwe Utrechtseweg, Rijnstraat, Van Woustraat, and turn into Utrechtsestraat via Frederiksplein and finally turn left onto Herengracht.

It's not recommended to come by car though, as the surrounding streets are largely prohibited for cars since November 2016, as can be seen in this map (in Dutch):

(click to enlarge)

There are no public parkings in Reguliersdwarsstraat anymore: the Koningsplein Parking Service at nr. 16 is only for office workers now; De Geelvinck garage at number 61 closed in March 2017.

Street closure

Attention: the part of Reguliersdwarsstraat between the former Havana and Geelvincksteeg is closed for all traffic between 7.00 pm and 7.00 am from May 1 to September 30. This means no bicycles, scooters, motor cycles or cars are allowed to drive through the street during that period.

Street sign
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