We root the day that we will be allowed to travel again and you might visit LBP. If that day comes, you might consider a tour around Rotterdam! There are lots of interesting places to visit. We’ll show you some of our favorites in the Stadsdriehoek area.
A giant market, a lively harbor, a restored church and of course, square houses. The Stadsdriehoek (city triangle) area has it all and more! No wonder this is a popular place for both tourists and locals. It's also very close to the Rotterdam Central Station!
Yup, that’s right, these square buildings are actually houses. And yes, people really live there. Wondering what they look like on the inside? One of the cubes functions as a museum, so you can go see for yourself!
Sitting on the dock of the bay… in the Wijnhaven harbor. A great place to waste your time watching as the ships come and go. Done with that? Go for a drink in the Witte Huis, which dates back to 1897, or learn about the maritime past and present in the Maritiem Museum!
A fresh-market below an enormous horseshoe-shaped building. Sounds good? It is! Cheese, donuts, ice cream, fresh fruit… You can buy anything in the many food-shops and restaurants. While enjoying your meal, you’ll definitely enjoy the view of the apartments above you as well!
This beautiful church was rebuild after the bombardments during the Second World War and is seen as a symbol of the resilience of the Rotterdam people. You can visit the church from Tuesday to Saturday. On Wednesdays and Saturdays you can also climb to the top for a great view!
ROAD TO: STADSDRIEHOEK
Looking forward to visiting the Stadsdriehoek area? From the Rotterdam central station you can get there in no time. Just take the train to the Rotterdam Blaak station, which is in walking distance of the highlights described above!