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Hop-On Hop-Off Rotterdam City Sightseeing Tour Including Bike Rental
"Rotterdam is one of Europe’s largest ports and is known for its maritime history and pretty riverside setting. See its highlights from a hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing bus and travel around town at your own pace. Your tour includes stops at seven key sites around the city allowing you to hop on and off where you like. Perhaps jump off at Museum Park to pay a visit to the Natural History museum and see European art at Museum Boijmans va Beuningen. Or ascend the Euromast space tower for panoramic views of Rotterdam. Rotterdam Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Stops: Central Station Museum Park Erasmus Bridge; Spido harbor Euromast; Het Park Kop v
From EUR17.00
 
Private Rotterdam Architecture Walking Tour
"Meet your guide at Rotterdam Central Station from where your private 3-hour architecture walking tour will start. See the architectural sights of Rotterdam in 3 hours with a private guide. Pass by sights such as Rotterdam's Cube Houses Markthal City Hall Kunsthal Erasmus Bridge and many more. In total you will walk past about 40 architectural sights with your private guide! Learn about these from your personal guide and listen to stories about their creation and the meaning behind the architecture of this unique such as City Hall. Enjoy a relaxing break and a refreshing beverage at a central Rotterdam location after 1.5 hours into the tour. Continue touring Rotterdam after your 30-minute break and enjoy the second half of your architecture walk refreshed your tour will end in central Rotterdam.Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required."
From EUR50.00
 
Private Tour: Rotterdam Walking Tour Including Harbor Cruise
"Your walking tour departs from central Rotterdam at your chosen time. As this is a private tour the exact itinerary can be tailored to your interests; simply notify your guide which sights you'd like to see.Start with a visit to one of the most fascinating architectural projects of post-war Rotterdam the Cubic Houses built by renowned architect Piet Blom. Hear about Blom’s imaginative approach and designs as you step inside these unique high-density housing cubes which are tilted on hexagonal poles. It will change your perspective on modern architecture — literally!From here walk to the Old Harbor (Oude Haven) Rotterdam’s historic harbor whose oldest parts date back to the 14th century. Now a busy waterfront offering a number of fine restaurants and cafés
From EUR55.00

More Transportation in Breda

Train

Breda can be easily reached by train. The only drawback is that there are no direct track to Utrecht.On the other hand: Antwerp in Belgium is close!Real time Public Transportation info on the Breda...
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pieter_jan_v
Feb 25, 2016

Bus

Breda has two bus station close together. The local buses are in front of the train station and the inter city buses are apart to the right when you leave the station.Local BREDA buses:-1...
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pieter_jan_v
Aug 02, 2013

Useful Map And Signposts

Breda is a very compact city with its centre still pretty much laid-out as it was in Medieval times. Almost everything of note is contained within the encircling canal belt and is very walkable. The...
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johngayton
May 21, 2013

Small, Scruffy But Perfectly Functional

Breda is located at the cross roads of two main rail lines: the east-west link between Vlissingen, on the North Sea coast, and Nijmegen and about midway between Rotterdam and Antwerp on the...
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johngayton
May 21, 2013

Noord Brabant by Bus

We rode the bus to the one place from Breda that you should take the bus to - Baarle-Nassua. It's a Belgian enclave, or some would say exclave. But if it's an enclave to one wouldn't it be an exclave...
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caffeine_induced78
Jul 24, 2005

enter by train, take a bus around

You can get to Breda by car, bus and train.Bicycle, bus, car, taxi.If you come from the station and need to go to your final destination in Breda, you can take a traintaxi, which costs a lot less than...
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adinda
Nov 20, 2003
 
 
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Finding your way around town

When walking through Breda, one can easily find his/her way by the signs the tourist information has put on many crossings and squares. Here are written down the main attractions / monuments of the...
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Pavlik_NL
Oct 14, 2003

Car, trains and busses will bring you there

Breda, being a part of the "Brabant" row of towns is connected well to the trainsystem of The Netherlands. It's Central Station is right on the border of the centre and from there it's a few minutes...
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Pavlik_NL
Oct 14, 2003

How to get to and around Breda

Breda is well-connected to the Dutch rail and motorway systems. From town, it's only around half an hour by train or car to cities as Rotterdam, Antwerp and Eindhoven - provided there's no traffic of...
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tvdm
Sep 12, 2002

You can get at the Efteling in...

You can get at the Efteling in Kaatsheuvel by going to Den Bosch / 's-Hertogenbosch by train and then by taking a special bus that goes to the Efteling Amusementpark in Kaatsheuvel. You can also get...
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sandravdp
Sep 07, 2002

You can easily get there by...

You can easily get there by train from Amsterdam or antoher place in Holland. From Breda central station you can take a bus that goes directly to the center of the city. Therefor you can purchase a...
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Natas
Aug 26, 2002

Waalwijk is not far from...

Waalwijk is not far from Breda. It has an interesting town hall, built by the famous architect Kropholler. There is a very similar building in Alkmaar. I made a whole series of pictures of it, that...
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carolineraat
Aug 24, 2002

Again, depending on where...

Again, depending on where you're coming from, you can reach Breda by car using the A16 or A27 motorway.In the city centre you can easily get around by foot.There is plenty of parking space to park...
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Bart_Karen
Aug 24, 2002

Actually it depends where...

Actually it depends where you're coming from. If you're coming in by plain, the easiest way to travel to and from Breda is by train. There is a train connection straight from Schiphol Airport to...
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Bart_Karen
Aug 24, 2002

Top Hotels in Breda

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Stationsplein 14, (formerly Mercure), Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4811 BB, The Netherlands
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Princenhagelaan 5, Breda, 4813, The Netherlands
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Dr. Batenburglaan 74, Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4837 BR, The Netherlands
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Keizerstraat 5, (formerly Tulip Inn Keyser), Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4811 HL, The Netherlands
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Burgemeester Kerstenslaan 20, Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4837, The Netherlands
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Lage Mosten 4, Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4822, The Netherlands
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Top Things to Do in Breda

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Grote Kerk

This recently restored church, the Grote Kerk has been unrobbed again for the world to see her gleaming white stones. She rises high above the city of Breda and provides a sense of place with her...
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Castle

Breda has had a castle since about 1200 which has been variously: a purely defensive structure, a royal palace, a military barracks and the present building has been used, and modified for, as the...
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Begijnhof

The "Beginhof" is literally "The House of the Beguines" who were a predominantly Low Countries, early Medieval, religious society of lay women. Although devout these women chose not to take holy...
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Spanjaardsgat

Breda is known as a fortified city, what you see on the picture is one of the wall's remainings (others can be seen around the city, but unfortunatelly did not survived and only mentioned by small...
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Events

The south of the Netherlands is known for its carnival celebrations. Every year, 40 days before Easter, the provinces of Limburg and Noord Brabant have 4 days of carnival celebrations. The tradition...
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Ginneken / Bouvigne castle

Standing at the edge of the Mastbos ( a forest just outside the centrum of Breda ), is the KASTEEL BOUVIGNE.Built in the 17th century, the castle is surrounded by water. Presently occupied by the...
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Waalewiener

"The VT Meeting that got Bigger and Bigger."
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MATIM

"Breda"
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Nathalie_B

"Nathalie_B's former "hometown""
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Joenes

"My Hometown"
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Helga67

"Breda"
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