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Do & See

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Maritime Museum Rotterdam

The Rotterdam Maritime Museum contains a staggering 850.000 items spanning several hundred years of maritime history. One if its main draws is the open-air harbor with an incredible collection of old-time marine vessels, many of which still in working condition. The museum contains a true rarity – the Mataró model, which is the oldest surviving ship model in Europe.
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Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

This is one of the oldest museums in Rotterdam and houses different collections of paintings, sculptures and objects. Enjoy art from Bosch, Rembrandt and Van Gogh to Dalí and Christo.
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De Rotterdam Steamship

De Rotterdam Steamship is the largest passenger ship in The Netherlands. You can come here just to enjoy a delicious meal at the restaurant or spend a night here, take a stroll on the deck and be amazed by all the beautiful artwork in different rooms.
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