Bastion Terbregseplein

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Hoofdweg 40, Rotterdam, 3067GH, The Netherlands
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Very Good
36%
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Average
47%
9
Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 30% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples83
  • Solo50
  • Business53

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rotterdam resteraunts

by unamay

We are arriving in Rotterdam from Australia the week before Easter and hope to be having a large family reunion. We plan on doing this at a restraunt if possible. Could someone possibly suggest somewhere that is not too expensive but has great food as well as variety. My relatives all live in and around Rotterdam. Thankyou for any help yu may be able to give me

Re: rotterdam resteraunts

by pieter_jan_v

I hope our local expert will help.

I'm sure she will start at http://www.iens.nl/restaurant/rotterdam

Any preference for a kitchen? Chinese perhaps?



PJ

Re: rotterdam resteraunts

by ATLC

Hi, I could certainly help since I regularly eat (and work) in Rotterdam over the last 20 years but I need a bit more information.
How many people?
A few preferred cuisines?
Budget?
Small children?

You could start by looking at my recommendations:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/2bf0c/6fc73/2/

One of the latest, more spectacular locations is dining on the SS Rotterdam. Feels like you're on a cruise! (it's the 1st tip at the link above).

Travel Tips for Rotterdam

VVV Info Offices (And Website)

by johngayton

I'd never considered Rottterdam as a tourist city on my previous visits - just a place to change trains (and of course having the Centraal station surrounded by a building site didn't help). But now that I've managed an afternoon/evening wandering the city it's given me a taster of the tourist city - and a very scrumptious one too.

As well as the various pages here on VT for an idea of what to expect from the city the VVV Tourist Info website is well worth a visit - VVVRotterdam. This is one of the most comprehensive tourist info websites I've come across and is packed with information covering every conceivable tourist query including accomodation, events listings, places to visit and see and even has an up-to-date city news section.

As well as the website there are two VVV offices in the city centre: The Tourist Info Cafe on Stationsplein (at Centraal Station) and the main Rotterdam.Info office on Binnenwegplein (near Beurs). Both of these are open seven days a week with varying hours which you can find on their individual websites.

Central Railway Station

by Imbi


Central Railway Station is located on the northern part of the city and has good railway connections to almost all over the country and Belgium and other European counties. Railway station has all sort of facility available as you expect from a big railway stations.

visit these 2 annual events:...

by Wenasje

visit these 2 annual events: the multicultural 'Dunya Music Festival' and the 'Solero Summer Carnival'. Unfortunately you'll have to wait until next summer for the next editions. But for your comfort, I will put up a cute picture of last year's event.

Willemsbrug

by bugulma

One of two main bridges in the city is Willemsbrug. It was built in 1878. In XX century the traffic in the river became more heavy and the place for the bridge was moved for more than 100 meters. Besides the bridge was built in different times and if you go by boat under it you see the bridge has two halves. The bridge was completed in 1981 and was named in honour of Willem III King.

Skyline from the water, Manhattan on the Maas

by sachara

Rotterdam has much to offer in the field of architecture and urban development. Examples are the modern and innovative architecture, like the Cube houses, the Kunsthal and the Erasmus Bridge and the recent developments in the Kop van Zuid.

There are guided excursions by bus, bike or on foot along the highlights, but you can walk yourself as well. From the water the modern skyline of Rotterdam is quite spectacular. That's why Rotterdam is called 'Manhattan on the Maas'.

In 2007 Rotterdam will be City of Architecture with several events, expositions and lectures.

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Address: Hoofdweg 40, Rotterdam, 3067GH, The Netherlands