24H Oost: Unique Things to Do in Amsterdam East

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Offering the most unusual things to do in Amsterdam, 24H shows the city in a completely different light. Whether you’re a traveler who’s just arrived to explore ‘the city of sin’ or one of the most seasoned Amsterdammers, 24H will still have something to surprise you with!

The first 2017 edition of 24H showcases Amsterdam East and takes place on the 11th of March.

About 24H

24H Amsterdam originated from the idea to explore every neighborhood of the Dutch capital more closely. The thing is each of them has so much to offer that even people living there all their lives might still not know all the secrets.

To reveal those, the five editions of 24H were created, each of them focusing on a particular neighborhood: 24H Oost, 24H West, 24H Zuidoost, 24H Zuid and 24H Noord.

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In only twenty-four hours, each of the neighborhoods has to present all its treasures to the public, providing unique experiences and activities.

What to Do?

24H Oost offers plenty of things to do in Amsterdam East. There will be workshops at day and parties at night, tours around the city, including one underground, festivals and parades, special theater and cinema performances, and so much more!

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Hop on a walking tour, join the coffee party, make your own soap at the soap factory, sing karaoke and listen to the talented buskers playing in the Volkshotel’s basement “until stupid o’clock”.

A little hint: even though 24H Oost involves lots of venues and integrates dozens of events, you will hardly stumble upon one of them accidentally. Taking that into account, we’d recommend to check out the list of all events planned and select or even book the ones you’d like to attend (if there is such an option).

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