Tourist information

Rotterdam is a young and dynamc city that is constantly developing. Skyscrapers, an impressive harbour, hip restaurants and food markets and famous musea are the result of the can do mentality of the people of Rotterdam.

Must-do’s in Rotterdam

Central Station
Central Station has had a total makeover in recent years, making the station one of the most iconic architectural features in Rotterdam.

De Markthal
In October 2014, the Markthal Rotterdam opened its’ doors as first indoor Market place in the Netherlands. At de Markthal, you will find nearly 100 stands with fresh products, but you will also find the Tijdtrap: an exhibition of archaeological finds from mediaeval Rotterdam excavated during the building’s construction.

The Euromast is the highest building of Rotterdam with a height of 185 meter. At the observation desk, you will have a spectacular 360 degrees view over Rotterdam and its surroundings.

Cube Houses
The cube houses are a set of innovative houses designed by architect Piet Blom. The show-cube is  a furnished museum house, specially designed and constructed to let the visitor experience what life is like in a Cube House.

Port of Rotterdam
The port of Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe. Visit this unique location and enjoy the mixture of industry and nature.

For more information about Rotterdam, please visit the website of Rotterdam Tourist Information.


At a 13-minute train ride away from Rotterdam you will find Delft, home of the Technical University of Delft and city of the world-famous Delft Blue ceramics, birthplace of Johannes Vermeer and many more tourist attractions. Delft is also the location where the Conference food festival takes place.

For more information about Delft, please visit the website of Delft Tourist Information.