Rotterdam is famous for its architecture in the Netherlands and abroad. The city centre, just a few square kilometres in total, boasts over 100 years of modern architecture that you can discover on foot or by bike. The fully decorated Kijk-kubus Museum House shows what the famous Cube Houses look like from the inside. You may also enjoy taking a peek inside Huis Sonneveld, one of the best-preserved examples of the New Movement.
For more information, visit the Rotterdam Tourism & Convention Board website: www.rotterdam.com
What makes Amsterdam so popular? Is it the canals and bridges, the city’s rich history, the cultural offerings, the congenial neighbourhoods with cafés and antique shops or the municipal parks that are enough to confound the senses? Or is it the liberal character of the city, where it doesn’t matter what your skin colour, religion or sexual orientation are. It’s the combination that makes Amsterdam so unique. Do as the Dutch all do: hop on a bike and experience Amsterdam!
For more information, visit the Amsterdam Tourism & Convention Board website: www.iamsterdam.com
The airport is situated 55 km (34 miles) from south-west of Amsterdam
Rail: there is a direct link (express train) between Rotterdam Central Train Station and Amsterdam Central Train Station (45mn).
Bus: buses ensure a regular service to Rotterdam Central Train Station (approx. 20 mn).
Taxi: taxis are available at the Arrival zone.
Rotterdam with Transavia-from 27/04/13 to 28/10/13
- Flight time: 1h45
- Time zone: GMT+1
- Administrative formalities: valid passport or identity card
- Languages: Dutch & English
- Currency: Euro
- Airline information: seasonal flights operated by Transavia
- Booking on: www.transavia.com
Rotterdam Welcome Card & Iamsterdam Card
The Rotterdam Welcome Card offers discounts of 25% and more at 54 attractions, museums, restaurants and places of entertainment in Rotterdam and 1, 2 or 3 days of unlimited travel with RET metro, tram and bus. See more, pay less!
|The “I amsterdam Card” consists of a smart card, a public transport ticket (GVB public transport system) and a pocket guide, and provides over 40 free and 50 discounted offers on major tourist attractions and restaurants. It is comparable to the City Cards that are on offer in many European Cities. The “I amsterdam Card” is available at several Tourist Offices run by the Amsterdam Tourism & Convention Board (ATCB), or can be purchased on-line. www.iamsterdam.com|