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Very nice little area with beautiful architecture, make sure you go see the windmills at the end of the residential areas. Not much to do apart from shopping or eating. Can be quite windy. You can get a bus or train from Rotterdam central.
Rotterdam is famous as a city of modern and daring architecture. A virtue was made from the need of constructing a new city center after the German bombing of May 14th, 1940. However, there are still spots in Rotterdam where pictures can be made of...More
If you do want to see a canal but not want to see Amsterdam this spot is ideal. The pilgrimfathers left from this place and the canal is beautiful. There is also the statue and the house of a famous Dutch pirate who ransacked the...More
This small part of Rotterdam takes you some hundred years back in history. From here the first immigrants headed via England to America. There is an impressive wind mill from the 18th century. This area is easy to reach by tram.
I love Rotterdam. I call it the Brooklyn of the Netherlands. The city has done such a fantastic job of rebuilding since WWII. The modern buildings are wonderfully creative yet the connection to the past is evident. If you want to take aa day to...More
Delfshave is a beautiful and idyllic edge, where the modern buildings leave a place to their ancestors, smoothly emerging the visitor to the distant past. To be noted a Pilgrim Father's Church. Description on the church says: "This is a starting point of the "Speedwell"...More