MAG Utrecht: Find out about the hidden gems

MAG Utrecht: Find out about the hidden gems

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MAG Utrecht is about everything Utrecht has to offer, whether you’re in the heart of the city or in one of the suburbs. [Contributed by MAG Utrecht]

MAG Utrecht is a free bimonthly English magazine which features a calendar with up-to-date information on all the festivals, theatre and music events taking place in the city. Get to know the special places, the best bars and restaurants and the full scope of cultural activities in and around Utrecht. Whether you are visiting Utrecht for a day, a week, or whether you are living in the city: there’s always something fun to do.

MAG Utrecht

Hidden gems of Utrecht
MAG Utrecht gives its readers an informal introduction to some of the special, but hidden, gems of Utrecht. The first edition includes an article about Utrecht seen from the water and a MAG Maastricht cycling route to the beautiful surroundings of the city, such as country estate Amelisweerd and Rhijnauwen. Alongside an overview of ongoing cultural activities in Utrecht, it also features regular sections on Eating & Drinking, Shopping and Exploring. The magazine will be available from cultural organisations, VVV tourist information points, shops, campsites, hotels, cafés and restaurants throughout the city and region, and in 23 branches of the Coffeecompany in Amsterdam. MAG Utrecht will be published six times a year.

The very first edition of MAG Utrecht was released at the beginning of September 2016. The first edition also includes great places for breakfast, lunch and dinner, some of the best home and living shops in town and a detailed cultural calendar with activities that are suitable for an English-speaking public. MAG Utrecht is published by Cultuurpromotie Utrecht, the organisation that promotes cultural participation of the inhabitants of Utrecht, as well as international visitors, expats and international students. MAG Utrecht is derived from the Uitagenda Utrecht, the Dutch magazine that was introduced in 2015. Cultuurpromotie Utrecht also organises Cultural Sundays. On each Cultural Sunday, a number of art disciplines, including theatre, opera, music, dance, film, literature, visual arts, street culture and storytelling, come together to present different sides of a central theme.

Contributed by MAG Utrecht / Photo: Jelmer de Haas


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1 Comment To This Article

  • michiel posted:

    on 28th September 2016, 02:06:49 - Reply

    where can one find this magazine once it is published?