If you would like to spend some more time in Rotterdam
we can enthusiastically recommend the following:
Next to the indoor Maritime Museum lies the open-air Maritime Museum Harbour, which contains an exceptional collection of historic vessels and cranes which are maintained in working condition.
The fifth SS Rotterdam is a former ocean liner and cruise ship, and has been a restaurant hotel ship since 2010. Guided tours are available.
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
Art museum which houses a collection ranging from medieval to contemporary art, including works of Rembrandt, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, and Salvador Dalí.
Dutch Photography Museum
The museum has large exhibition rooms and a rotating display of Dutch history.
Stunning modern building housing appartments, offices and a fantastic food market adorned with an 11.000 m2 artwork by Arno Coenen.
Maas cruise & Rotterdam harbour tour
Experience one of the world’s largest ports in all its glory!
One of Rotterdam’s most iconic attractions: 38 cubic houses tilted at 45 degrees, and resting upon a hexagon-shaped pylons.
Observation tower and restaurant, and Rotterdam’s tallest building.
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