Weekly Amsterdam Guide: 30 October – 5 November 2017

Welcome to our weekly Amsterdam guide! Let’s see what the Dutch capital has to offer!

Amsterdam Halloween Festival

25-31 October / various locations

The 25th of October marks the beginning of the Amsterdam Halloween Festival, more than a week of ‘bloody good fun’. The festival covers kids’ events, make-up workshops, an all-night movie marathon and, of course, parties. Click here for the full program of the festival and check out our list of recommendations too!

International Storytelling Festival Amsterdam

1-5 November / various locations

Source: International Storytelling Center

Make yourself comfortable in your chair, relax and enjoy beautiful tales, stories and legends narrated by talented storytellers. Created by passionate and devoted people from all over the world, this touching festival will definitely open your heart to the stories and lives of others.

Da Bounce Urban Film Festival (DBUFF)

1-5 November / Pathé Arena

Celebrating the cinematic diversity, the five-day urban film festival offers a wide variety of movies to enjoy. In addition to new releases, there will be good old classics, documentaries, and TV series. This year, the festival’s focus falls on black movies.

Museum Night

4 November / various locations

Every year, on the first Saturday of November, more than 50 museums all over Amsterdam (exactly 54 this time) invite people to visit at night, presenting special tours, workshops, performances and concerts. And all you need is just one ticket to cover it all!

Source: Nu.nl

IJ Hallen Flea Market

4-5 November / IJ-Hallen

IJ Hallen is the biggest and the most extraordinary flea market in Europe that sells all kinds of things! 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 even more!

Source: Amsterdam.info

Sunday Market

5 November / 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.

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