Hostel Room Rotterdam

Van Vollenhovenstraat 62, Rotterdam, 3016 BK, The Netherlands
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zestien hoven

by harrietholiday

I am planning on making my way to Holland in April either via France of England.
If I end up at Rotterdam airport, what would be the easiest way to go to Maassluis?
I know there is a bus from the airport to Schiedam, can I get a bus or a train at that station in Schiedam to Maassluis can I buy tickets at the station or on the bus ? Or am I better off taking the bus from Rotterdam airport to Rotterdam Central Train station and taking the train to Maassluis?
Thanks,
Bedankt

Re: zestien hoven

by nhoolb

Take the bus (#33, the only one) to Rotterdam Central Station (every 10 minutes or so, travel time 20 mins) and then the train to Maassluis.

Re: zestien hoven

by Pijlmans

Hello,

Indeed, by bus 33 and train.

In the bus you pay with a "Strippenkaart", or you buy a ticket at the driver (more expensive). See this site for an explanation of the system http://www.vbn-bv.nl/ovinfo/

Your bus trip will be 3 strippen, about 1.50 with a 15-stripcard...Train ticket is 3.60 euro fro a single trip.

The train ticket you can buy at the ticket machines at the station.

See this site to plan this and other trips by public transport: http://journeyplanner.9292.nl/

Cheers
Dennis

Re: zestien hoven

by harrietholiday

Thank you am looking into it

Re: zestien hoven

by harrietholiday

Hey thank you love that route planner, didn't know about it will come in handy!!

Travel Tips for Rotterdam

Erasmus Bridge, Willemsbridge and the "Hef'

by sachara

The Nieuwe Maas cuts right through the citycentre of Rotterdam. Several bridges and tunnels link the two banks.

The important connections for cars are the Erasmusbrug connecting the northbank with the south bank of the river and a bit more inland the Willemsbrug connecting the north bank with the Noordereiland and the Koninginnebrug connecting Noordereiland with the southbank (Kop van Zuid).

Close to the Koninginnebrug is the so-called 'Hef' crossing the Koningshaven. After the opening of the tunnel for the trains, all railwaybridges were moved away except this striking vertical liftbridge (hefbrug). The Hef, a cultural monument now, is standing open permanently.

Arriving at Rotterdam.

by A2002

This is the scene as you walk out the train station of Rotterdam Central. There are lotsa trams and buses connections from here.

In the picture shows Terence having a kroket, which is sold everywhere as snack. This is the first taste of Kroket... yummy...

Rotterdam Tip

by luciano

Unfortunately (for this page), I spent in Rotterdam only two days and then I went to Amsterdam, wich in comparison is a much more beautiful city and I remember it better. Anyway, from Rotterdam I keep the memories of deserted streets with very high, last century facades at both sides, and strange modern building as well. Also, the marketplace.

Start of the tour...

by Lalique

Is it the real inner face of Rotterdam? Maybe... but we started from this modern and partially futuristic side of the city, which makes the latter very unlike other Dutch cities... looking at those I had a mixed feeling of being in London and seeing Lloyd's topsy torvey communications or being back home discovering some newly built strange looking apartment building.....

On the same square.

by Lalique

This very funny looking monument immeadiately attracted our attention, a lonely one standing in the emptyness...
Axel told us that it's the only monument to a children writer (a Dutch one, of course) and his fairy tales, they bacame so popular with children and not only with them, I guess, that such a monument was the most proper tribute to the writer... :)))))

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