24 Hours in Rotterdam

24 Hours in Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands (B)

Rotterdam is a fascinating city and there’s so much to see and do. To relax and take in the the street art and cool cafes and amazing architecture and all of the museums and galleries would take much longer, but what if you only had a day? What can you squeeze in? Here’s A Brummie Home and Abroad’s Guide to 24 Hours in Rotterdam

The Cube Houses are a perfect place to start the morning – get to these iconic abodes too late and you’ll have to share them with all of the pesky tourists but first thing, the only people wandering around are the residents who are adjusting to living a slightly discombobulated life of tilted heads and furniture that doesn’t quite fit. These buildings exemplify Rotterdam’s tendency towards quirky architecture, and look futuristic now even though they were designed by Piet Blom back in the 1970s. If you wanted to try cube life yourself, one of the cubes is available to let via Airbnb, and another (the largest in the complex) is a hostel – Stayokay Rotterdam ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 24 Hours in Rotterdam
Guide Location: Netherlands » Rotterdam
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Emmalene Fletcher
Read it on Author's Website: https://abrummiehomeandabroad.com/2018/10/20/24-hours-in-rotterdam
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Stayokay Rotterdam
  • Brazuca Coffee
  • Mart Cafe
  • Market Hall
  • Sint-Laurenskirk
  • Luchtsingel Bridge
  • Stadhuis Rotterdam
  • Pauluskerk
  • Paul McCarthy’s Santa Claus
  • Witte de Withstraat
  • hotel Bazar
  • hostel King Kong
  • De With
  • Bierboutique
  • The Maritime Museum
  • statue “The Destroyed City”
  • White House
  • Erasmusbrug
  • The Netherlands Museum of Photography
  • Fenix Food Factory
  • Hotel New York
  • Dutch Pinball Museum
  • “Bobbing Forest”

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