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  • Rotterdam: 90-Minute Harbor Cruise and Euromast Entry Ticket

    1. Rotterdam: 90-Minute Harbor Cruise and Euromast Entry Ticket

    Relax and see Rotterdam's most spectacular landmarks as you sail down the Maas River on a harbor cruise with live commentary and a bar with drinks and snacks. Find a place inside the cozy salon or sit on the open deck. Start your cruise from the Parkhaven under the Euromast. Pass by the Sint Jobshaven, the Waalhaven, and the Rotterdamsche Droogdok Maatschappij, home to Onderzeebootloods. Keep an eye out for the massive container ships. See the famous cruise ship SS Rotterdam and Hotel New York. Enjoy the skyline of downtown Rotterdam as you approach one of the most famous city landmarks, the Erasmus bridge. Experience a relaxing alternative to sightseeing in Rotterdam- a perfect way to see the city free of traffic noise and congestion. After the cruise, receive your ticket to visit the Euromast. Make your way up the glass elevator of the highest watchtower in the Netherlands and enjo...

  • Rotterdam: 1-Hour Sightseeing Splash Tour

    2. Rotterdam: 1-Hour Sightseeing Splash Tour

    Take a tour of the city to see the most exceptional and beautiful places in Rotterdam, followed by a thrilling splash — a spectacular dive into the Maas River. Suddenly the bus turns into a seaworthy vessel, sailing down the river with spectacular views of the city skyline.  Board the amphibious bus in the center of Rotterdam and enjoy a 1-hour sightseeing tour that takes you past the city’s highlights. Learn about the history of this port town from your expert guide, or through the multilingual audio commentary available on board.

    A great way to see Rotterdam and get an overview from land and sea, I would reccommend it.

  • Rotterdam: 75-Minute Segway Tour

    3. Rotterdam: 75-Minute Segway Tour

    Discover the best of Rotterdam onboard a modern Segway with this 75-minute tour. Before the tour starts, get kitted out with the necessary equipment and listen to a quick safety briefing and demonstration on how to use the vehicles. After just 15 minutes, you'll be ready to set out on your journey of exploration.  Begin your tour in the monumental Park near the Euromast. Here, get used to riding your Segway and admire the beauty of the park. Later, glide through the Scheepvaartkwartier and admire the area's beautiful old buildings. From the Scheepvaartkwartier, head into Rotterdam city center and glide along the iconic Erasmusbrug as you discover the contrasts between the old buildings and modern architecture.

    It was a really cool and enjoyable experience. My girl organized the event as it was her turn to plan an outing as part of our ritual to amuse each other.

  • Rotterdam: Private Maas River Speedboat Cruise

    4. Rotterdam: Private Maas River Speedboat Cruise

    Embark on a thrilling experience and explore Rotterdam in the most unique way aboard a speedboat traveling up to 90 km/h over the Maas River. Feel the adrenaline rushing through your body while you see and learn about the city’s famous water-side highlights. Start your thrilling river adventure in the city center of Rotterdam and marvel at impressive highlights like the Erasmusbridge and the Euromast Tower. After, head into the big river where, on a lucky day, the RIB boat will cruise along the huge containerships that visit Rotterdam on a daily basis. Sail up to the city of Vlaardingen and see, among other things, the vastness of the 'Waalhaven', the village of Pernis after which the Shell refinery is named. Continue to the Wilton Harbor with all its offshore activities and of course the city from the Maas with the SS Rotterdam, Erasmus Bridge and Willemsbrug, The North Island, and ...

  • Rotterdam Highlights 2.5-Hour Bike Tour

    5. Rotterdam Highlights 2.5-Hour Bike Tour

    See Rotterdam from a local perspective, traveling the cycle friendly streets by bike. Join an enthusiastic guide on a tour of Rotterdam’s old and new landmarks, and learn practically everything you need to know about the city and why it is so unique. Available as a group or private option, all tours start from the striking new Rotterdam Centraal Station, completed in 2014 after a decade-long reconstruction. See the imposing City Hall (Stadhuis), and the dramatic new Markthal (Market Hall). Go into the Kop van Zuid district on the south bank of the Nieuwe Maas. Marvel at some of the new developments of the old port area, along with landmark buildings such as the Hotel New York in the former headquarters of Holland America. Admire the Erasmusbridge that connects the north and south of the city, cycle through 2 beautiful parks, and pass some of the city’s most important museums. Stop for ...

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  • Rotterdam: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    6. Rotterdam: 2-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    This 2-hour guided walking tour takes you from the newly built Central Station, past architecturally iconic locations, and buildings such as The Timmerhuis, designed by the world-famous architects of OMA, and the Markthal, Europe's most unique and beautiful covered market. Your guide will expose you to the everyday life and history of the city.

    Meet your guide at Rotterdam's Central Station and learn about the Town Hall, St. Lawrence Church, and Europe's first high-rise building. Hear about what happened during the World War II bombing and why the wealth of modern architecture is so abundant in Rotterdam. Next, your guide will take you to see the city's modern structures. Admire the impressive new Markthal, the renowned Cube Houses, and the Erasmus Bridge. Keep walking through beautiful shopping streets and experience the modern Rotterdam lifestyle. As you go along, fee...

    This was an amazing tour with our guide Stephan! For anyone visiting Rotterdam you HAVE to take this tour!! It was a very small group what made it even a better experience. Stephan was really friendly and knowledgeable about the city. He showed us many sights we would have never discovered on our own. This is really one of the best tours we have ever been on. We are really thankful and want to wish Stephan all the best. A MUST DO..

  • Rotterdam: Historical City Exploration Game

    7. Rotterdam: Historical City Exploration Game

    Immerse yourself in a city exploration game and follow clues to discover hidden secrets and amazing spots in the city of Rotterdam. Walk across the city’s iconic bridges and hear the story of the many Europeans who traveled through Rotterdam to New York. Play the game by solving each piece of the puzzle on your smartphone, guess the answer to unlock the story of each secret place. Untangle the past and learn about Rotterdam’s rapid architectural transformation after the Second World War. Explore the city and be given exact directions so you won't need a map, GPS, or guide. Play offline as you don't need an internet connection to play the game. Enjoy as a group and solve the clues together as you walk, or split into smaller teams and compete against each other. Go at your own pace as there is no time limit, the game however can be completed in 1.5 hours. Play without a guide, just dow...

  • Rotterdam: Center and South Walk with Speedboat Ride

    8. Rotterdam: Center and South Walk with Speedboat Ride

    Explore Rotterdam through the eyes of an architect on this walking tour with a local architect guide. After meeting your guide at the newly-built Central Station, begin your journey through the city, following an architecturally iconic route which passes highlights like the Lijnbaan post-war modernist shopping area, Timmerhuis – designed by the world-famous architects of OMA, St.Laurens Church, the most unique indoor market in Europe – the Markthal and of course the Cube Houses. At the riverside, board the Watertaxi speedboat and enjoy a thrilling ride to the South Bank, passing under the city's most iconic landmark – the Erasmus bridge. Learn more about the history and future plans for the former harbor area that’s now a must-see flourishing semi-island with high-end architecture and some of the best cafes and restaurants in the city. You will also see the Rotterdam OMA building, the h...

  • Private Day Trip From Amsterdam to Rotterdam and Kinderdijk

    9. Private Day Trip From Amsterdam to Rotterdam and Kinderdijk

    Discover the beautiful countryside and the amazing city of Rotterdam on this one-day private tour from Amsterdam. Take the opportunity to visit the picturesque village of Kinderdijk and the amazing city of Rotterdam learning about the culture and history of the Netherlands that has influenced the innovation and architecture you will see on the tour.  Your day tour will begin when you are picked up from your accommodations in Amsterdam by your guide and driver. From Amsterdam, you will die into the countryside of the Netherlands and explore Kinderdijk, a village home of UNESCO World Heritage Site windmills which you will explore. You will also see the dykes and learn about their use in the Netherlands to deal with water. You will then go on a 1-hour boat tour of Kinderdijk to further explore the Dutch countryside with your guide. From Kinderdijk your tour will continue on to Rotterdam, ...

  • Rotterdam: Architecture Highlights Tour including the Depot

    10. Rotterdam: Architecture Highlights Tour including the Depot

    Follow an enthusiastic local guide on a walking tour highlighting the striking and experimental architecture found in Rotterdam. Explore the city’s smart and bold building styles while hearing about Rotterdam’s bold urge for non-stop innovation. Start your tour on the rooftop of Het Witte Huis (weekend tours) with a stunning view over Markthal, the Cube Houses, the Erasmus bridge, the Willems bridge, and De Rotterdam. Afterward, walk right through the famous Markthal designed by MVRDV. Discover Rotterdam’s new city park including a public stage for music and dance at the recently refurbished Grotekerkplein. Pass Dudok’s ‘Dudok’ and arrive at the Timmerhuis, a beautiful inner-city redevelopment project in which renowned Rotterdam-based architectural firm OMA merged a municipal office block from the 1950s with a pixellated steel-and-glass structure. Visit a rooftop terrace (weekdays) w...

    We are part of an Architectural Practice from Dublin and our visit was intended to take in the most recent developments in Rotterdam. I had lived there between 1979-1982 and the developments over a short span was enormous. From the redevelopment of the train station as an Iconic building in a short period to the Markthal building and the new high rise office building De Rotterdam made for an interesting architectural with the historic footnotes added. Anet was a great host and interesting with her comments and observations with her added book material to illustrate her points with regard to history and place. The tour itself can only cover a small part of the architectural past that is Rotterdam but lots of exciting building are in the pipeline for a progressive city. The water taxi ride was novel to us and an interesting break form the architectural jargon which may be alien to some tourists.

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What people are saying about Erasmusbrug

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 229 reviews

This was an amazing tour with our guide Stephan! For anyone visiting Rotterdam you HAVE to take this tour!! It was a very small group what made it even a better experience. Stephan was really friendly and knowledgeable about the city. He showed us many sights we would have never discovered on our own. This is really one of the best tours we have ever been on. We are really thankful and want to wish Stephan all the best. A MUST DO..

Very nice cruise, cozy atmosphere on board with great guides and helmsman. We enjoyed it very much. The guides not only gave interesting information, but were very amusing! Top! Worth repeating!

It was really fun to see the harbors from the water. Service was excellent, lots of explanation and a nice spot on the deck with an okay cup of coffee.

Entrance for ticket processing Euromast can be better arranged. Most travelers do not have the option to print a PDF.

A great way to see Rotterdam and get an overview from land and sea, I would reccommend it.