Book your tour in the unique amphibian bus. See Rotterdam's top sights and dive into the water to cruise on the river. Learn about the city's history on a thrilling tour suitable for guests of all ages
This city in the Western Netherlands sits on the North Sea, and its history dates back to the 13th-century when people settled around a dam built in the Rotte river for safety. It soon became an economic hub and today is home to the largest cargo port in Europe.
The city is known for its architecture, particularly because of its near destruction during the Rotterdam blitz of World War II, which led to the construction of many skyscrapers.
The so-called "Gateway to Europe" is home to many great sights such as Blom's cubic house, Market Hall and Laurens Church.