Nuit Blanche Amsterdam

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Nuit Blanche (“White Night” – in French)  is a cultural event which takes place at night. It starts at 28 September 19:00 and ends at 7:00 the morning after. It’s a crazy ride on a cultural train you will never forget. And it takes place in the Red Light district at many beautiful locations! The theme of this years edition is Crazy Makes Beautiful. The Nuit Blanche is filled with fine Read more…

Amsterdam Dungeon

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The Amsterdam Dungeon presents Amsterdam history from a somewhat creepy perspective. This makes the museum unique, and terrifying to many. Picture yourself in an scary movie about 500 years of Amsterdam’s history. Take for example Rembrandt van Rijn painting a portrait of an autopsy! Book your ticket online here. The Amsterdam Dungeon offers tours of 80 minutes. The tour takes you past 11 different shows, each focused on a specific situation Read more…

Dutch Theatre Festival

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The Dutch Theatre Festival is probably the most prominent among theatre events in The Netherlands. The festival showcases more than 20 of the very best Dutch and Belgian productions of the past year. Always carefully selected by both a authoritative jury panel and the audience. Various shows are surtitled in English, so there is no language barrier is you don’t speak Dutch. The locations of the Dutch Theatre Festival are Read more…

Amsterdamse Bostheater

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The Amsterdamse Bostheater is an open air theatre which houses up to 1500 guests. The theatre is located in the North West side of the Amsterdamse Bos (“Amsterdam forest”), the biggest park in Amsterdam. A perfect way to end a day on your rented bike. The Amsterdamse Bostheater is open from July to mid September. Tickets are typically between €15 and €20. For this you get a summer evening in an idyllic Read more…

Parade Amsterdam

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The Parade Amsterdam is a theatre festival and takes place every year in the summer. This year it will start on the 9th of August and end on the 25th of August. The location of the Parade is the Martin Luther King Park, located at the Amstel river in Amsterdam’s Southside. You can take tram 25 at Central Station and get out at the last stop. The Parade is something Read more…