Anyone with a high vertigo tolerance should absolutely pay a visit to this popular attraction.
A masterpiece of modern engineering designed by Ben van Berkel in 1996, this impressive suspension bridge spans more than 2,600 feet over the Maas River.
These bite-sized sugar bombs are the absolute height of comfort food and have a special place in the hearts of just about every Dutch person.
At the height of its global power in the 14th and 15th centuries, the Netherlands was renowned for its seafaring prowess.
Built right on the site where Rotterdam was founded back in 1270, this visually striking, beautifully colored structure houses a vibrant marketplace.
For travelers with children, there’s no better way to take a break than this roving breakfast boat.
This sprawling, gorgeously landscaped English-style garden dates back to 1852. It’s the perfect place for an idyllic afternoon of wandering along tree-lined paths.
These architectural oddities have been synonymous with Rotterdam ever since Dutch designer Piet Blom created them in 1984.
Visitors of all ages can enjoy the Rotterdam Zoo, which boasts an incredible assortment of wildlife in its well-designed habitats and enclosures.