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Erasmus Bridge

Rotterdam’s answer to Paris’ Eiffel Tower and Sydney’s Harbour Bridge, the graceful Erasmus Bridge, opened in 1996 and was dubbed the Swan by the locals – definitely one of the city’s most famous landmarks.
The Zoo And Oceanium

The Zoo And Oceanium

For a splendid day out that the entire family is bound to enjoy, head to Rotterdam’s famous zoo, where you can explore the nature and animals from different parts of the world, or meet the sharks, penguins, fish and otters at the amazing Oceanium.
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Euromast

At 185 metres high, the Euromast is the highest lookout tower in the Netherlands, and should you – against all odds – get bored of the stunning views, enjoy the attractions of the tower’s added Space Tower instead.
The Cube Houses

The Cube Houses

Piet Blom’s cube houses are one of Rotterdam’s most famous sights, and for the one with an interest in modern architecture, a must!
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Kunsthal

Not only does this art centre play host to some 25 remarkable exhibitions with widely different themes each year, the architecture of the building is remarkable in its own right, making it well-worth a visit.
Arboretum Trompenburg

Arboretum Trompenburg

The Netherlands is the flower centre of Europe, and to get a flavour of all that bloom it is famous for, head to this lovely park.
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The Harbour

When in Rotterdam, you simply cannot miss out on the opportunity to take a Spido boat cruise around this massive harbour, one of the largest in the world.
Museo Marítimo Ría de Bilbao

Museo Marítimo Ría de Bilbao

Museo Marítimo Ría de Bilbao features half a million maritime objects of all kinds, including ship models, paintings, atlases, instruments, photos and film, what better museum to visit when in this port city.
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