Welcome to our weekly Amsterdam guide! Let’s look at what the Dutch capital has to offer!
The emotional biblical opera ‘Jephtha’ tells the story of a man who has to sacrifice his beloved daughter because of the rushed promise to God. Enjoy the performance at the Dutch National Opera and Ballet between Nov 9 and Nov 27.
Focusing on creative documentaries, the festival organization searches for pictures that tell the most impressive stories. Sit back in your chair and get ready to travel through space and time with the help of (more than 200!) documentaries gathered from around the globe.
Celebrate the start of the festive season together with De Bijenkorf on Dam Square. Opening the season, the high-end department store throws its impressive light show event, bringing music and fun to the main square. The event is free, and everyone is welcome!
IJ Hallen is the biggest and the most extraordinary flea market in Europe that sells all kinds of things! Go treasure hunting and stock up on second-hand clothes and shoes. ‘Dig up’ a vintage bag or an antique lamp that costs less than a cup of coffee. Find everything you’re looking for and more…
Every year for one week in November, Amsterdam hosts the biggest national art and antique fair in the Netherlands – PAN Amsterdam. Gathering more than 120 gallery owners at one place, the fair provides a huge assortment of art and antiquities.
Growing their moustaches and beards for the whole month, Amsterdammers contribute to the worldwide movement for men’s health, raising awareness of prostate cancer. Don’t miss the Movember events held in the city throughout the month!
Seems like that’s all for this week! Did you like our Amsterdam guide? Then stay tuned for more: we promise to create the similar one every week!