This is Rotterdam
The city of Rotterdam is more than the home of the biggest port of Europe. It is a trendy nightlife city, a sophisticated shopping city, and a hip artistic city. Blessed with striking, futuristic architecture, good public transport connections, plenty of fine restaurants and bars and a dynamic night-time economy, Rotterdam is rightly considered to be one of Europe’s most exhilarating and vibrant cities right now. The Netherlands' second-largest metropolis is a diverse community, with almost 48% of its inhabitants non-Dutch. It has an international reputation as a centre for arts and culture, as well as for maritime affairs, and there are a host of top-class museums to visit.
Rotterdam has a lot to offer, but when you visit Europort you have to visit at least our top 5 of Rotterdam:
Because Rotterdam is bombed during WWII, a lot of the historic buildings and sights are destroyed. Delfshaven is one of the few places left in the city to enjoy the old Rotterdam.
You can question the practicality of living in a tilted cube, but it is certainly a very special sight to see and one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city.
Probably the most popular street in Rotterdam. After a long day at the exhibition the place to be to go for a bite at one of the many restaurants and bars.
When you think of Rotterdam, you think of the Erasmusbridge. By seeing it, it is no surprise its nickname is The Swann. The bridge is a beautiful piece of architecture.
A true food heaven in the heart of the city. Beside the delicious food and fresh produce its also a must see architecture sight. This modern building will baffle your mind.