Enjoy the Skyline

During your stay with us it will be a nice addition to make time for the many activities and viewings that Rotterdam has to offer. Rotterdam has a beautiful skyline, so it is highly recommended to view it from a beautiful point. One of these great points is the Euromast. The Euromast is the highest point from which to view Rotterdam. The entire city can be seen from the Euromast. Around the Euromast is a beautiful park where you can walk and on summer days you can also do a nice picknick.

Blijdorp Zoo

When you have children it is nice to visit the Rotterdam Zoo, Blijdorp. With all the animals that you can imagine, this is a very nice zoo. There is also an aquarium with a large number of sea animals. Daily there are also activities in the zoo that teach the children a lot about the animals and make it even more special.


The art and the natural history museum have also recommended viewings and activities to do. Various exhibitions and beautiful works can be seen in the art hall. In the natural history museum it goes without saying that there is a lot to learn about everything about nature and its origins.

Feijenoord & Sparta

For football fans, it is certainly fun to visit the Feijneoord football stadium. Feijenoord is the largest football club in Rotterdam. With more than 50.000 seats, it is a gigantic stadium, but especially full of history. This stadium is in Rotterdam Zuid, which also gives you the opportunity to take a trip over the Erasmusbrug. Another nice stadium to visit while in Rotterdam is ‘’het kasteel’’ this is Sparta Rotterdam’s home ground, the oldest football club in the Netherlands. The stadium is called The castle because the entrance has the front of a castle.

Nearby cities

Once in Rotterdam, it is also nice to visit nearby cities. Delft and The Hague are advisable in this. Especially The Hague, this is the city where the government is. The city is very different from Rotterdam and has much less high-rise buildings. To see that difference is interesting.

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