FITC Amsterdam 2010

2010-02-22 00:00:00 2010-02-23 00:00:00 America/Toronto FITC Amsterdam 2010 The combination of unbelievable international presenters, incredible networking opportunities and the infamous FITC parties, all with the amazing backdrop of the city of Amsterdam, creates a stage set for the unexpected. Amsterdam FITC Amsterdam

Venue


Felix Meritis
Felix Meritis

European Centre for Arts and Sciences

Felix Meritis is an independent European centre for art, culture, science as well as an (inter)national meeting place in Amsterdam. In Felix Meritis art, culture, philosophy and politics are matters of everyday life. It continues the values of the Enlightenment that led its founders (40 citizens) to erect one of the grandest buildings on the Keizersgracht with Holland’s oldest purpose-built concert hall (opened in 1788).

It provides the European public with a space for reflection and connection, a home in which to network and be surprised. They believe in (the need for) cultural diversity in Europe as an engine of progress and social cohesion. Under the motto “Connecting Cultures” we foster the European dialogue and take part in national and international cultural networks.

Keizersgracht 324, 1016 EZ, Amsterdam
tel. +31.20.4204545
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Travel Information


Public Transit

From Central Station you can walk or take the following trams:

  • Tram 1, 2 or 5, stop: Spui of
  • Tram 13 or 17, stop: Westermarkt
Parking

Europarking
Marnixstraat 250 (5 minute walk from Felix Meritis).

Wijdesteeg Parking
Wijdesteeg 4 – 20, 1012 RN Amsterdam
On the corner of Spuistraat and Wijdesteeg.

Marnixstraat 250
Hours of Operation: Sunday – Thursday 06:30 – 01:00
Price: €2,70 per hour
Maximum day price: € 27,50
Cross the Marnixstraat, turn left at the Keizersgracht, walk up to number 324.

Garage Molenpad
Molenpad 16
1016 GM Amsterdam
On Molenpad between Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht close to Leidsegracht.