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Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Places of Interest


Built in 1960 for the Floriade flower show, the Euromast is the highest look‑out tower in the Netherlands. At 100 m/321 ft you have a 360‑degree panoramic view of the city. The rotating Euroscoop lift takes visitors to the 185‑meter top. During the summer thrill‑seekers can abseil or toggle from the Euromast.

Port of Rotterdam

The Industrial Tourism company offers group tours through the port by bus or by boat. Visitors can take a 75‑minute round‑trip cruise on a Spido tour boat and explore the city from the water. The trip takes in the center of the city, the harbors, the docks, shipyards and wharves: fascinating places which are just brimming with activity.

Rotterdam ArchiGuides

Rotterdam is characterized by a combination of historical pre‑war buildings with unique post‑war architecture. An original way to discover the city’s architecture and urban development is with excursions by Rotterdam ArchiGuides. These multilingual excursions are led by experienced guides with a background in architecture.

De Rotterdam

Once the most prestigious flagship of the Holland‑America Line, steam ship De Rotterdam is now open to the public and is the city's newest landmark. Rotterdam Excursions organises various tours on board.The ship also has various bars and restaurants and the 4‑Star Cruise Hotel.

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

This top museum is famous for its magnificent collections of classical and contemporary art, featuring works by many masters such as Rembrandt, Magritte, Dali, Van Gogh and Breughel. Besides its permanent collection, the museum hosts 25 temporary exhibitions each year and arranges many activities that are open to the public.