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The Markthal (English: Market Hall) is a residential and office building with a market hall, located in Rotterdam. The building was opened on October 1, 2014, by Queen Máxima of the Netherlands. Besides the large market hall, the complex houses 228...more
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Dominee Jan Scharpstraat 298, 3011 GZ Rotterdam, The Netherlands
All reviews market hall fruit food stalls indoor market market place great market food stands food lovers stalls selling sushi different foods fresh food beautiful building food hall worth a visit fries cube houses
Well I found myself returning to this market often for the vibe and great food.
International cuisine at its finest. Cheese cheese cheese!!!! Got to have more fries and picalilly sauce..
Have to take some home.
The building itself was very cool but would have been better to see at night. The stands were cool but the food options weren’t very inspiring, and none of it looked fresh. Our food in the end wasn’t great after spending over €10
You cannot miss the structure in the market square as it is amazing with apartments around the domed roof. There are every type of world foods on sale and you can eat in or take away or simply do all your food shopping. We ate...More
My workmate and I went here on our last night in town on our recent business trip.
We absolutely loved it here and were so pleased we found out about it before we left Rotterdam.
The Market Hall is absolutely beautiful and you can’t stop...More
This building offers a residential & commercial functions. On ground level, it offers a gigantic food court opened 7 days a week until 20h00.
As you walk through the market stands look up tp enjoy the artwork sprawlings across the ceiling. The building's architecture is...More
From looking at the mural painting (the horn of plenty) to seeing the architecture it is a great must-see attraction.
Spend some time going by the local shops for local products and food. Mind you prices are not easy, but what you get will be...More
Some places are nice some suck. Most of the food is overpriced here. Especially the herbs place, where they try to force you to buy box of herbs for 7 euros... Herbs are nothing special, they should make also smaller boxes to buy.
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First of all, Amsterdam is a must see/visit, but it does not represent The Netherlands, The Hague on the other hand has the government buildings but besides that “not much to offer” for sightseeing; whereas other smaller... More
First of all, Amsterdam is a must see/visit, but it does not represent The Netherlands, The Hague on the other hand has the government buildings but besides that “not much to offer” for sightseeing; whereas other smaller cities like Delft or Leiden in the area still have the “old” feeling of how Holland was hundreds of years ago.
Rotterdam is great city, basically totally rebuilt after WO ll. Typical tourist area worth visiting is Voldendam / Marken.
But then again, any place visiting depends on the weather! Without rain it all be nice and people will treat you friendly and in English anywhere.