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Kinderdijk is a charming Dutch village in the Alblasserwaard polder that is best known for its cluster of 18th-century windmills, the largest collection of this kind in the Netherlands. These 19 windmills were built between 1738-1740 when it became apparent that steps would have to be taken to manage water levels in the Alblasserwaard polder to keep it from flooding. These windmills were used to pump water out of the polder, working together as a cohesive system that bears testament to the ingenious water management of the Dutch. Few things are as emblematic of the Dutch heritage as the windmill, which is why it is not surprising that the Windmills of Kinderdijk are recognized as a World Heritage Site. Amid the rural landscape of Alblasserwaard, these charming, historic windmills attract numerous visitors each year, drawn to the picturesque sight of their soaring sails against the fields and open sky.


Markthal is the first covered market and a prominent landmark of the Netherlands. The market building is created on the designs by reputed architecture firm MVRDV. It features an extensive fresh food market, restaurants, and supermarket on the ground floor covered with an arched ceiling. The colorful interior and impressive glass arches are awe-inspiring. Guided tours of this notable sight are available for the visitors.

Erasmus Bridge

The majestic Erasmus Bridge is a triumphant feat of engineering, designed by Amsterdam born architect Ben van Berkel. The bridge stretches across the half-mile span of the River Nieuwe Maas, linking the city center to the Kop van Zuid. A single asymmetrical pylon reaches for the sky, anchoring the bridge with the help of 40 steel cables, its graceful arch the origin of its nickname, "the Swan". This contemporary landmark is typical of Rotterdam: modern, high, innovative and most of all practical, carrying both vehicular and pedestrian traffic across the river.


For contemporary art enthusiasts and critics, the Kunsthal organizes nearly 25 exhibitions each year that showcase talent from all over the globe. Traveling collections of all styles and ages make a regular stop at this expansive venue and fuel events for art groups and societies here in the city of Rotterdam. Open all week long, this art museum is a must-stop for all art lovers heading to the city.

The World Museum

One of the most comprehensive museums in the Netherlands, The World Museum in Rotterdam has over 2,000 artifacts on display from regions around the world including Oceania, Asia, Africa, America and Islamic countries. Unique to the museum is its spiritual theme as the artifacts narrate the rituals of diverse cultures. Several other exhibitions are on display on a rolling basis. Group and individual tours are available. The historic building also houses a bar, restaurant, lounge, ballroom and theater.


The Euromast, designed by notable modern Dutch architect Hugh Maaskant, was for decades the highest point in The Netherlands. At 606 feet high (9184.6 meters), the Euromast remains an impressive sight as it towers over the city. The observation tower offers a glimpse of space-age architecture to visiting tourists along with a host of fun activities for those who like their sightseeing with a dose of adrenaline-pumping adventure. The Euroscoop, a spinning glass elevator takes visitors to the top, promising a view that stretches as far as the eye can see. The viewing platform at 100 meters above the air affords 360-degree views of Rotterdam along with guided tours for those looking for a more engaging experience. Abseiling and zip-lining from one of the tallest buildings in the city is a unique urban adventure while those opting for a more relaxed trip can dine at the brasserie complete with panoramic sights. Nighttime views are especially mesmerizing as the city glitters beneath.

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