Golden Tulip Rotterdam Airport

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Vliegveldweg 59-61, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3043 NT, The Netherlands
Regardz Airport Hotel Rotterdam
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cycling in the Netherlands

by amyinlondon

Hi, my husband and I want to have a cycling holiday in the Netherlands in August, using one place as our base. We want flat, scenic, towns and villages and generally a nice place. This would be our first trip of this nature and we would be on road bikes. Any help would be great as I really don't have much of a starting point.

Re: cycling in the Netherlands

by johngayton

Flat and scenic describes pretty much 99% of the Netherlands and so it doesn't really matter where you start from. If you are arriving by ferry with your own bikes then that's as good a place to start as any. The Dutch towns and cities are all cycle-friendly and many country roads have cycle paths.

For an overview try:

Re: cycling in the Netherlands

by pieter_jan_v

You could look for staying at one of the villages at the coast. It's flat at the coast, but windy at times.

If you want to cycle through the woods as well, look for a place in the province of Utrecht.

Multiple cycle links at:

Some ideas for an accommodation, although most of these are aimed at cyclists doing a roundtrip:


Re: cycling in the Netherlands


Try the artists' seaside village Bergen if you want coastal... you can cycle to lovely places like Alkmaar (famous cheesemarket!), Schagen, Haarlem.
I can recommend hotel Blooming in Bergen.

That's just one suggestion out of 100s!

Re: cycling in the Netherlands


Oops, why did you post this in the Rotterdam forum?
Do you want to explore the province Zuid-Holland?

My previous reply was about a base in the province Noord-Holland.

Travel Tips for Rotterdam

Old harbour


Historic ships contrast beautifully with the modern backdrop of the Oudehaven. This is where the first skyscraper in Europe was built in 1898: the White House by architect W. Molenhoek.
In summertime, the pavement cafés are packed until late at night. Even when the weather is colder, the Oudehaven is a popular entertainment area with the locals for wining, dinning and dancing.
I had a delicious salad at Kade 4 ( Even when it’s cold you are able to eat outside cause their terrace is heat by heaters.

"The Empire State Building"

by Nathalie_B

Since Rotterdam called "Manhatten on the Maas" it must have its own Empire State Building. And it does have one. The 132 meters high Millenium building is the proof. In the building, the bottom 12 floors are a luxury 5star hotel, the rest are offices. Arriving to Rotterdam by train you won't miss the Millenium Tower, which is located right infront of the Central Station

Because the biggest part of...

by Islandcat

Because the biggest part of Rotterdam was bombed during WW II Rotterdam is rebuild and has a very modern and high tech architecture. Rotterdam is the place for foreign directors and filmmakers to shoot their movie because it's still fresh and a lot easier to get permission etc.

Skyscrapers - explore it on your own

by Airpunk

Walk a lot , explore the city and discover the gems. Rotterdam is the world's capital on modern architecture and will welcome you with a variety of styles and buildings. Look out for the most beautiful ones and pick you favourite. Even if you hate modern architecture, you will have fun finding the old buildings which offer a nice contrast to the older ones. Try it at night and let yourself impress by the diversity of this city. When I think of Rotterdam, I think of summer nights. Every night had its kind of magic: Summer carnival, walking around skyscrapers by night or just finishing the day in a nice "eetcafé" with a good meal and some dutch beer. The city has so many faces and is so full of life. It never becomes boring because just around the corner may be something you never expected.


by bugulma

Stadhuis, the city hall of Rotterdam, was built in 1914-1920 by project of Evers architect. But first it was built in other place (no idea where) and it is situated in the place we see it nowadays since 1940. You can walk in the wonderful little inner yard of the city hall. Some views of the city hall is in the traveogue.


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 Golden Tulip Rotterdam Airport

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Address: Vliegveldweg 59-61, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, 3043 NT, The Netherlands