Spotted By Locals has posted an interesting article highlighting the best outdoor cinemas in Europe. With their permission we post the following list of the bestВ 10 (in alphabetical order):\n\n\n\n1. Athens Outdoor cinema Zefyros (by Lambros Papadopoulos)\n Its location is a serious advantage. Petralona is one of the most beautiful areas of Athens \n\n\n\n2. Barcelona -Sala Montjuic open air cinema (by Yolanda Molinero)\n Time to open the wine bottle! You didn't bring any food with you? No worries! \n\n\n\n3. Geneva CinГ© Transat Parc la Perle du Lac (by Lorcan Meyfarth)\n The scenery is beautiful, the movie is free, and deckchairs are available to borrowВ \n\n\n\n4. Hamburg Freiluftkino in 4 different venues (by Valeska Bolze)\n have fun to hear the funny German voices in one of your favourite movies \n\n\n\n5. Helsinki outdoor movies at Helsinki Festival (by Nea Barman)\n This free open-air cinema is best that the city can offer in my opinion \n\n\n\n6.В Munich Open Air Kino (by Emily Rasch)\n It's a great place to take a date or a romantic place to be surprised with one \n \n\n\n\n7. Paris CinГ©ma au Clair de Lune outside cinema (by Fred MoussaГЇan)\n . even if you don't understand the language, it is worth going there, for the friendly and laid-back atmosphere \n\n\n\n8. Zagreb Summer Festival open air cinema (by Karla LonДЌar)\n It's pretty secluded, which usually makes it very special among younger couples or people \n\n\n\n9. Zurich Orange Cinema (by Roman Rey)\n you sit on the shore, watching a popcorn flick and have the whole beautiful view of the lake surrounding the screen. Isn't that something? \n\n\n\n\n10. And one of Holland's favorite outdoor cinema festivals currently on in Amsterdam, isВ Pluk de nacht.