When you visit Rotterdam, city of architecture, a guided tour to the Wilhelminapier cannot be missed. An enthusiastic guide will tell you everything about the design of eye catcher De Rotterdam. This tour is a unique opportunity to get to know this spectacular building. At the rooftop terrace of Pakhuismeesteren you will enjoy a first class view at its surroundings with world famous architecture.
The second biggest city of the country has the biggest port of Europe. And because of its unusual architecture, Rotterdam is a Dutch gem that definitely deserves a visit. During our half tour you will be surprised by the surreal bright yellow Cube Houses and De Rotterdam complex’s stacked glass towers. The architectural thrill extends to other projects such as the swan-shaped Erasmus Bridge and red Willemsbrug bridge.If you are into high culture, the Museumpark is waiting for you with six different museums and galleries. You can also see the country’s largest artwork in the Markthal while you enjoy a well-deserved drink.
Rotterdam is the city of Architecture! Visit the most famous icons of Rotterdam in one neat and compact tour. A guide will take you to see and go into the city’s top architecture on a two-and-a-half-hour tour. You will be allowed onto floors of buildings otherwise off limits, visit Rotterdam Zuid and Noord, and you will hear the building history of the city from the year 1300 to now. This multifaceted tour is spectacular!
We will highlight the ways in which historical and ultramodern building combine to give Rotterdam its unique and lively architectural character. See the Market Hall, the famous Cube Houses, the White house and House Sonneveld which is one of the best-preserved homes built in the Dutch Functionalist style. During the tour you will get an impression of architectural innovation that changed the skyline of Rotterdam since WW2.The guide will point out the works of famous architects such as Winy Maas, designer of the Market Hall, Francien Houben of the Mecanoo architecture firm, and OMA’s Rem Koolhaas, known for his Carpentry House (‘Timmerhuis’).This architecture city walk can be expanded with a visit to the New Institute, the museum for architecture, design and digital culture.
Discover the top attractions and hidden secrets of Rotterdam on this in-depth walking tour. With round-trip transportation from the centrally located King Kong Hostel included, follow your guide through elegant streets like the Witte de Withstraat, and learn the history behind must-see sites including the Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk. Along the way, soak up the atmosphere in the traditional Market Hall and enjoy fine views out over the pretty Old Harbor.
Explore Rotterdam without the stress of planning on this private walking tour that highlights the city’s top landmarks and architectural gems. Going with a guide means you get a rare local perspective at stops along the way, from a bustling indoor market to the Erasmus Bridge. Leave with a feel for the city center’s atmosphere and recommendations for the rest of your stay.
Get acquainted with some of the Netherlands' most unique and modern architecture during a 2.5-hour group private walking tour of Rotterdam. Guided by architects your group will visit iconic areas like the postmodern shopping area Lijnbaan, the new OMA building the Timmerhuis, and the one-of-a-kind Markthal. Experience a sample of daily life and learn about the history of a city where every building has a story. Walk along the river Maas and see the new high end architecture developments on the south bank before concluding the tour at the symbol of modern Rotterdam — Erasmus bridge.The tour is very appropriate experience for families, groups of friends, students and colleagues.
Join this special architecture tour in Rotterdam! This extensive town walk concludes with an exclusive visit to the White House, the first skyscraper in Europe. From its roof garden you have a splendid view of the city, the old harbours, the southern part of Rotterdam and of the Nieuwe Maas river. The White House was built in Art Nouveau style (1898). At that time the building was, at an unprecedented 10 storeys, the tallest in Europe.We will highlight the ways in which historical and ultramodern building combine to give Rotterdam its unique and lively architectural character. See the Market Hall, the famous Cube Houses and House Sonneveld which is one of the best-preserved homes built in the Dutch Functionalist style. During the tour you will get an impression of architectural innovation that changed the skyline of Rotterdam since WW2.This architecture city walk can be expanded with a visit to the New Institute, the museum for architecture, design and digital culture.
This full day tour, will give you the opportunity to discover The Netherlands, by visiting some very specific highlights in one day. We can extend this tour in 2 or 3 days.We will leave Brussels ?early, and have our first stop in KINDERDIJK. To drain the POLDERS ( land reclaimed ), a system of 19 windmills was built in 1740. This group of mills is the largest concentration of old windmills in The Netherlands. They are classified as UNESCO HERITAGE since 1997.On our way to AMSTERDAM, a must will be to visit wonderful, most historical DELFT . In 1246 Delft received its city franchise from the Dutch Earl Willem II. A must would be to visit the “Royal Delft “ . Established in 1653, this is the last DELFTWARE factory from the 17th. century.The world famous Royal Delftware is still entirely hand painted, according to centuries old traditions.We will have time to walk around and eventually visit the Van Gogh museum or The Anne Frank House ( as an example ).
Visit Rotterdam, an important sea port city in the province of South Holland. In 1940 the city center was heavily bombed and it was decided to redesign instead of rebuilding the city as it once was. Now, a new city has arisen, full of modern, innovative architecture. Set off on a walking tour (1 hr), passing by the Old Harbor with its beautiful historical ships and the ‘forest’ of 38 cube-shaped apartments. Visit the markthal, one of the city’s signature buildings, and enjoy some free time for your own explorations or to grab a bite. A 1hr transfer takes you to Keukenhof, the largest tulip garden in the world with over seven million flower bulbs. The park's theme is ‘A world of Colors’. Upon arrival, your guide walks you to and through entrance and sets up a meeting point. This way you can explore the beautiful park in your own pace for 3.5 hours exactly. Meet with your guide again and drive back to your drop off address, where you arrive around 6:30 pm.
After being flattened by bombs in World War II, Rotterdam reinvented itself. Where once the quintessential tall houses stood, surrealist architecture, modern art installations and landmark buildings popped up, transforming the Netherlands’ second city into ‘the city of the future.’ On this private, 2-hour walking tour, you’ll learn about the city’s unique architecture from your own personal guide, and see the city’s most impressive buildings, including Rotterdam Market Hall (Markthal), the eye-catching cube houses and Rotterdam Central Station.
Our guides are knowledgable, enthusiastic locals who love their city and love to share it's highlights and secrets with you.After this tour you've learned a lot more about The Hague and it's people and culture. Also, our guides will have provided you with lots of inspiration of things to do and places to go during the rest of your stay! It's our aim to show the highlights, the hotspots and some hidden local secrets.Do you have any special requests? During this private tour there is a lot of room for customization, so if there are certain spots you want to skip or spend extra time, just tell the guide in advance!
Discover the beautiful, modern architecture of Rotterdam during a 2.5-hour small-group walking tour through the city center. See key architectural landmarks such as the Rotterdam Central Station, the Lijnban, the Markthal, the Erasmus Bridge and much more. Learn more about the history of the buildings from your architect guide and snap photos of your favorite structures to admire later.
The Maastricht Scavenger Hunt takes you on a self-guided walking tour, with challenges through the heart of the city. See all the sights while having fun and learning some history! You will walk from City Hall to Aldenhofpark and Bonnefanten Museum while taking a few side trips and taking on various challenges.It takes 2-3 hours to complete, do it whenever you wish - you select your own date and start time, no scheduling or reservation needed. 20+ challenges, games and enigmas to solve as you walk through this historic neighborhood.