What’s on in the Benelux and Germany in September?

We’ve hand-picked our favorite activities in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. There is something for everyone’s taste, from Brussels Design Market to The Hague Embassy Festival, and Berlin Beer Week. Check out our top to-do’s below.

🇳🇱 The Netherlands

What: Embassy Festival 

Where: The Hague

When: September 2-3  

You don’t want to miss this cultural melting pot in the Hague happening on September 2-3. The Embassy festival is free and open for everyone to attend and celebrates a diverse range of cultures from all over the world through music, dance, traditions, and performances. Read more about the festival and its programme here.

🇩🇪 Germany

What: Berlin Beer Week  

Where: Berlin

When: September 1 – September 10

Celebrate Germany’s pride and glory: Craft beer! The programme showcases Germany’s diversity of brewing and this year they even invite breweries outside of Germany to join in on the fun. a Expect guided beer hike through Berlin, food pairings, beer quizzes, live music, special tasting sessions and much more. Read more about it on their website here. 

🇱🇺 Luxembourg

What: The National Museum of Modern Art

Where: Luxembourg City 

The National Museum of History and Art is a great museum in Luxembourg City that offers a wide variety of exhibits and events. In September, the museum often hosts special exhibitions and events from guided tour to workshops for kids, so it’s an ideal time to visit. Take a look at their programme here 

🇧🇪 Belgium

What: Brussels Design Market

Where: Brussels 

When: September 23-34

Brussels Design Market has evolved into the biggest design market in Europe, showcasing vintage and contemporary furniture and interior pieces. From Corbusier to Jacobsen via Bertoia, the Brussels Design Market offers a wide range of choices to match the diversity of tastes and interiors. Read more about it and book your tickets here.

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