Port of Rotterdam has many faces. The unique skyline for the Netherlands with the famous Erasmusbrug as an eye-catcher. Notable attractions such as the Euromast and De Hef. The harbours with the Wilhelminapier, the prestigious Hotel New York and the unique Steamship SS Rotterdam. Modern architecture such as the spectacular Kunsthal, the impressive Station Rotterdam Centraal and the unique cube houses designed by Piet Blom. The picturesque Delfshaven, in the west of the city, with beautiful quays, historic buildings and beautiful monuments. But also world-class museums such as the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. In Rotterdam you will not get bored and with a city guide from LeukeTip you can easily plan your perfect day or weekend in this city.
This is the National Museum of Photography with an impressive collection of more than five million images. From documentary to contemporary.
In this center for contemporary art you will find innovative exhibitions with art by well-known and emerging artists.
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The collection in this museum gives you a picture of the development of Rotterdam as a metropolis. From the colonial past to objects from the present.
Go on a journey through the history of art. Dutch and European masterpieces give an overview from the early Middle Ages to the 21st century.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city in this garden and discover a wealth of unique plants. This is a wonderful place to walk and look around.
Every day 110,000 travelers pass this striking station with international allure. The striking shape makes it a real eye-catcher.
In this artisan barbershop, men are welcome for a traditional haircut and shave. A visit to this place is a real experience.
Visit the 43-metre-high viewing platform at the Art Nouveau style house. On the ground floor you will find the Grand Café and cocktail bar Elit.
Go in the Kunsthal on a fascinating tour of ancient masters, fascinating photographs, forgotten cultures, innovative design and contemporary art.
The 390 metre long Luchtsingel connects Rotterdam North with Rotterdam Centre. Climb on stairs and explore this forgotten area.
This pedestrian and cyclist bridge over the Rijnhaven forms the connection between the Wilhelminapier and Katendrecht.
Go on a journey through our maritime present and past. Listen to stories, admire masterpieces and experience the historic ships in the museum harbour.
This striking structure consists of three futuristic floating spheres. The pavilion serves as an example for sustainable building on water.
The Wilhelminapier is at and top Rotterdam. Architecture, culture and restaurants come together in this area where something always happens.
The Fenix Food Factory is a space where everything is fresh. Open the doors of the converted harbour shed and step into a delightful, culinary world.
This Rotterdam icon is 800 metres long and 139 metres high. Thanks to the bent asymmetrical steel pylon, the bridge is also known as 'The Zwaan'.
In the arches under the former Hofpleinspoorviaduct you will find dozens of special entrepreneurs. From bakery to furniture store, everything tasty Rotterdam.
Because of the striking design you will not get around these Kubuswoningen. Take a beautiful picture and look inside the open Kijkkubus.
This hip, lively street is the ideal place for lunch, dinner and beers. You will also find shops that are slightly different and art galleries.
Right in the center you will find this half-underground shopping street with over 80 shops in the field of fashion, lifestyle, gifts and hospitality.
Experience what the Marines experience all over the world. Spread over three floors you will find more than 350 years of patriotic history.
The Laurenskerk is full of stories and is the only monument from the Middle Ages in Rotterdam. Take a look at exhibitions or go for a tower climb.
Discover this former cruise ship, blow out on the bow, sip a cup of coffee and enjoy the view of Rotterdam's magical skyline.
This picturesque district in the west of Rotterdam gives you a glimpse into the city's rich past. Discover beautiful quays and beautiful monuments.
Thanks to the elevated terrace and the view over the river Maas and the skyline of the city, Café Rotterdam is also called the 'Eretribune aan de Maas'.
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