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12 MIN

Erasmusbrug

The Erasmus bridge is iconic to Rotterdam and truly a must-visit for every visitor. The bridge was opened in 1996 and connects the popular neighbourhood ‘Kop van Zuid’ with the city centre. The bridge also goes by the name ‘The Swan’ due to its form which could represent a swan. Make sure to admire the bridge’s architecture as well as the buzzing neighbourhood. Want to go on a romantic walk? The Erasmus bridge is your go-to place.

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5 MIN

Street Art Route

For years it was seen as vandalism, but nowadays it’s one of the most popular and appreciated art forms: street art. Unlike graffiti, street art is most often created as a mean to convoy a message, and stands for freedom and creativity. You will also find fascinating and inspiring street art throughout  Rotterdam, which can be easily discovered with one of the many mapped out routes. 

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6 MIN

Oude Haven

The Old Harbour (Oude Haven) is one of the oldest ports in Rotterdam and is located in the city centre. Because of the beautiful and historical ships located in the port and plenty of nice cafes and restaurants in the area it’s a super popular place. Close to the Oude Haven you will find the well-known Cubic Houses, designed by architect Piet Blom. A true architectural phenomenon!

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12 MIN

Euromast

The 185 meter height makes the Euromast the highest lookout point in the Netherlands and a true icon to the city’s skyline. An elevator will bring you up the lookout point, from where you can admire a panoramic view over the city of Rotterdam. Would you also like to enjoy some food and drink whilst taking in the views? That is possible in the two restaurants located in the tower.