Destination Rotterdam/The HagueDestination Rotterdam/The Hague

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Rotterdam has been selected as the cultural capital of the year on several occasions – which is not surprising: the city is filled with museums and beautiful, modern architecture.

The Erasmus Bridge

This bridge is Rotterdam’s answer to the Eiffel Tower in Paris or the Harbour Bridge in Sydney. The bridge was opened in 1996 and is known among the local population as the “Swan”.
Address: near metro station Leuvehaven.

Maritime Museum

More than half a million maritime objects of all kinds, ship models, paintings, atlases, instruments, photographs and films make this museum one of the major attractions of this harbour city.
Address: Leuvehaven 1.

Euromast

185 meters tall, the Euromast is the highest observation tower in the Netherlands and provides a beautiful view in all directions.
Address: Parkhaven 20.

The Cubical Homes

Piet Blom’s Cubical Homes are Rotterdam’s most well-known residential homes and essential viewing for those interested in modern architecture.
Address: Overblaak 70.

Kunsthal

This centre of the arts provides 25 exceptional annual exhibitions, which cover a wide variety of themes and the architecture of this building is also remarkable.
Address: Museumpark.

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