Visitors to the Zamárdi Outdoor Cinema, which adopted digital technology in 2013, will have to hold out for a week after opening night to see the latest films, but with a little luck you may be able to catch a premier here. The management makes an effort to include non-American works in the program once a week. Located a few minutes away from the train station, the cinema can seat 400 and was renovated not too long ago: it now has a 5.1 sound system and is fully accessible to people living with disabilities. The cafeteria is up to par with the buffets of the best multiplex cinemas, as it has fresh popcorn and a variety of drinks. Your bike is safe here: you can park it on the cinema grounds, and dogs are just as welcome as their owners.