Welcome to our weekly Amsterdam guide! Let’s see what the Dutch capital has to offer!
28 September / Cinecenter
Join Cine Expat Amsterdam for their monthly foreign language film screenings with English subtitles. Next on the agenda is the Egyptian thriller The Nile Hilton Incident that is loosely based on the murder of Suzanne Tamim in 2008, the crime that shocked Egypt. Tickets are €10 or free with Cineville cards.
29 September / Nieuwmarkt
The new deli and lifestyle market on the Nieuwmarkt takes place every last Friday of the month. Stop by to buy groceries for the week, try the delicious street food and treat yourself to a piece of freshly baked cake. The entrance is free. Visit the New Market FB page for more information.
29 September – 1 October / Westergasfabriek
For the upcoming weekend, the Gashouder at the Westergasfabriek turns into a mecca for wine lovers. Come to celebrate the joy of wine, try endless wine varieties and wine pairings, and learn more about the winemaking process from the professionals in their field.
29 September – 1 October / Kriterion
CAMERA JAPAN is an annual festival celebrating Japanese culture with the primary focus on film. Starting off in Rotterdam, the festival then travels to the Dutch capital to show the best and the most unexpected Japanese cinema here. See the link above for the full program.
30 September / Amsterdam East Javaplein
Love vintage? Save the date for the Vintage Market Javaplein and come to shop for fashion, art, design and everything in between. Over 20 companies will be selling their beautiful vintage pieces, so there will be plenty to choose from. The entry is free.
1 October / Amsterdam Roest
Great news – Modern Hippie Market is back! In cooperation with Kameleon Concepts, Moderne Hippies brings fair, vintage and hippie brands together and invites everyone to enjoy the special atmosphere. Admission is free.
1 October / Westergasfabriek
Held on the first Sunday of every month at Amsterdam’s lively Westergasfabriek, the Sunday Market is the place to be on Sunday afternoon. Offering a chance to shop for art, fashion, design and food at the same time, this beloved market brings together all foodies, rummagers and art lovers of the Dutch capital. The entrance is free.
1 October / Volkshotel
Imagine yourself sitting in an open-air hot tub, with a drink in your hand, listening to live music and staring at the beautiful views of Amsterdam. Sounds good, doesn’t it? And what is even more surprising – the event is free. All you need to do is to come early enough to get a spot!
More in Amsterdam and Around
- Rhythm & Roots at the Tropenmuseum
- Aleppo Exhibition at The Tropenmuseum
- Apichatpong Weerasethakul & Cao Guimarães at EYE
Seems like that’s all for this week! Did you like our Amsterdam guide? Stay with us for more, we promise to create a similar one every week!