Rotterdam, Netherlands


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One of the largest and most modern ports in the world, Rotterdam is the major foreign-trade center of the Netherlands and its second largest city. Among the noteworthy buildings that survived the German air bombardment of 1940 were the stock exchange, the city hall, and the Van Beuningen Museum, with its collection of paintings by Dutch masters.

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Best of Kinderdijk Windmills

Best of Kinderdijk WindmillsVisit the world famous windmills of Kinderdijk via a riverboat cruise. Y...

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Private Best of Kinderdijk Windmills

Private Best of Kinderdijk WindmillsVisit the world famous windmills of Kinderdijk via this private...

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Hop-on Hop-off Rotterdam Highlights Tour

Hop-on Hop-off Rotterdam Highlights TourHop aboard a double-decker bus and enjoy the many sights of...

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by glomarrone

What a nice port. It is overshadowed somewhat by Amsterdam & the ship did not offer any sightseeing excursions in Rotterdam itself. So, we toured independently. We walked along the waterfront to visit the ss. Rotterdam now a hotel, restaurant and attraction. I bought several items in the gift shop. After lunch, we took the complimentary shuttle into town and explored the iconic Cube Houses, the Old Harbor, the Lawrence Cathedral & the nearby huge inside Market Hall. Plan to spend some time in the wonderful city.

Visited: Aug 02, 2017

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by skerry12

Totally enjoyed Rotterdam. We did the Kinderdijk excursion which was interesting. I loved seeing the windmills and being able to go inside one and see the workings and how the people lived. Interesting, too, learning how the windmills work with the nearby plant. Not too long of a drive to and from which left time to explore. Unfortunately, the city center is too far to walk and we didn't have time to take the shuttle. We walked a long way though, had lunch and just enjoyed the river.

by maresa44

My grand daughter & I took the excursion to Amsterdam which included a canal ride and three course luncheon which was fantastic. Loved the atmosphere of the restaurant and the food. The weather was interesting as we experience rain, hail and sunshine all in the same day and still enjoyed out day.

Visited: Apr 17, 2016

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