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Things to do

Below you will find some tips and things to do in the city Rotterdam

Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen


Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen is the world’s first publicly accessible art storage facility.

 

Euromast


Rotterdam’s highest panorama elevator with glass floor!

 

Markthal(Market Hall)


This first covered market hall in the Netherlands contains about 100 fresh food stands, nearly 15 food shops and various restaurants.

 

ss Rotterdam


At ss Rotterdam you can not only spend the night, but it’s also an excellent venue for dining, weddings or events!

 

Historisch Delfshaven (Historical Delfs harbor)


A part of the old city that survived the 1940 bombardment of Rotterdam. It has had a remarkable history,
both as the departure point from which the Pilgrim Fathers sailed for America,
and the birthplace of prominent Dutch maritime hero Piet Hein.

 

Spido


The most fun way to discover Rotterdam! Among the busy traffic of sea-going and inland ships, this trip is a
special journey through one of the largest harbours in the world.

 

Cube Houses


The Kijk-Kubus is a furnished cube house in the Blaakse Bos, specially designed and made to give
the visitor an impression of what life is like in a cube house.

 

Erasmusbrug(Erasmus Bridge)


The 800 meter long Erasmus Bridge is the connection between the northern and southern parts of Rotterdam.
The suspension bridge over the Maas has a 139 meter high steel pylon, which is mounted with 40 cables.
The shape of the pylon gave the bridge the nickname The Swan. The Erasmus Bridge is the icon of the city of Rotterdam.

 

Pannenkoekenboot (Pancake Boat)


Take a cruise with the Pancake Boat Rotterdam along the impressive skyline including unlimited pancakes.

 

Museumpark


Museumpark is located on the former estate of the van Hoboken family,
who lived in the villa that now houses the Rotterdam Museum of Natural History.

 

 

Architecture

The story of Rotterdam – its history, the bombing and the reconstruction – says a lot about the fertile conditions for flourishing architecture. After all, if nothing’s left, why not build on a grand and compelling scale? The courage that was and is shown – in design and the granting of commissions to architects – can be seen everywhere in Rotterdam.