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Delfshaven (Port of Delft) is probably best known in the Anglo-Saxon world as the place where the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Nice old buildings, a.o. The Pilgrims Fathers Church (not open to the public), small harbour... read more

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Delfshaven (Port of Delft) is probably best known in the Anglo-Saxon world as the place where the Speedwell set sail for North America in 1620. On board were the Pilgrim Fathers, members of an English religious sect that had before fled England. They lived in...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a lovely area to enable you to experience what old Rotterdam looked like. There are pretty buildings, canals and a windmill and cafes and bars to enjoy

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nice old buildings, a.o. The Pilgrims Fathers Church (not open to the public), small harbour, cobblestone streets, left and right old houses, nice places to sit and watch the world go by.

1  Thank 803johannesm
Reviewed July 5, 2018

Walked along the river side from the Erasmus Bridge to reach this little picture postcard harbour. Plenty to see and do, but not flashy at all. Probably the highlight is the Pilgrims Church. we stumbled on rudi, who gave us a guided tour and a...More

Thank ENB346
Reviewed June 26, 2018

An old harbor with lots of old row houses. We were referred here as one of the few old areas to have escaped the war bombing, and there are a lot of old buildings, but just somewhat charming. Some art galleries.

1  Thank Thomas V
Reviewed June 12, 2018

The highlight for me was the Pilgrim's church - from here they sailed to America in 1620. Nice bell tower in the church and obviously quite a bit of history. Nice old fashioned windmill to view and several small foot bridges that wind through the...More

1  Thank Peter R
Reviewed May 22, 2018

Our tour took us to Delshaven and allowed us time to walk about. It was preparing for the King's birthday celebration. Lots to see.Nice quaint area.

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Reviewed May 19, 2018

Lovely pre war old houses around the old Haven. Micro brewery with tasting board. A good idea for a visit plus the church with an exhibition, although small, about the early days prior to the Pilgrim fathers departure for the New World of the United...More

Thank Nigel W
Reviewed May 12, 2018

Gorgeous part of Rotterdam, pretty different to the modern city and the sky crappers . Reminds me to most other places in Holland, such as Gouda or Amsterdam.

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Reviewed May 8, 2018

We walked to Delfshaven from Euromast where from the top of Euromast we could see the windmill which pinpoints Delfshaven's center. After all the beautiful contemporary architecture and hustle bustle of Rotterdam, it was nice to spend a few hours meandering this tiny community, slowly...More

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