Currency en




Once a month receive by mail exclusive offers, promotions and discount vouchers! Under no circumstances do we share or sell your information to third parties.

Why Book With Us?

  • Best Rates Guaranteed

  • Amazing Exclusive Deals

  • Secure Online Bookings

  • Personal Customer Service

Company ID 3
API 0D6807D1-0B91-4061-BB61-6BD5CF768202
Date 01/01/1900
Location 0
Locations 9188
Category 0


Unlike many historic cities in the Netherlands, which sport Renaissance buildings and ancient Gothic churches, Rotterdam is a gleaming cluster of high-rise buildings, some of which are marvels of 20th-century architecture.

After many parts of the city were destroyed in World War II, much was demolished in order to rebuild. In fact, only three buildings in Rotterdam's centre survive: the art deco City Hall, the iconic White House, and the St Lawrence Church. Another enclave of historic Rotterdam is the Delft Harbour area, luckily missed by German bombs.

The result of all this construction is a city with its own unique personality when compared to the rest of the Netherlands. Rotterdam is made up of spacious streets with slick shopping malls and public parks dotting the efficiently-designed city centre. You can view it all from the iconic Euromast Space Tower, a 605 foot (184m) tower with a revolving sit-down elevator.

Rotterdam hasn't forgotten its history though, and there are a number of museums where you can catch glimpses of its illustrious past, including those dedicated to natural history, maritime history, photography, art, architecture, World War II, and the Netherlands' rail system.

Rotterdam is a multicultural city, with larger immigrant populations than most of the Netherlands, and this is evident in the diversity of restaurants and neighbourhoods within the city.

Information & Facts


Dutch is the official language. English is widely spoken. Fries (as well as Dutch) is spoken by the people of Friesland province.


Single European currency, or Euro (EUR), is the official currency of the Netherlands, and is divided into 100 cents. Major credit cards and travellers cheques are widely accepted. To avoid additional charges take travellers cheques in Euros, Pounds Sterling or US Dollars. Foreign currency or travellers cheques can be changed at banks, post offices or bureaux de change (usually indicated by the letters GWK). Banks are closed on weekends but bureaux de change are open. ATMs are widely distributed and most are open 24 hours a day.

M6 Croatia Accord American Avis Emirates Hertz Oasis Radisson
ACCEPT COOKIESTo give you the best possible experience, this site uses cookies. Using this site means you agree to our use of cookies. Please confirm your agreement by clicking the green button on the right side.