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Veerhaven

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De Veerhaven is een haven in het centrum van Rotterdam, aan de Nieuwe Maas. Het is de thuis- en passantenhaven voor zeegaande zeilschepen met een historisch karakter en is tevens passantenhaven voor zeilende binnenvaartschepen en zeegaande jachten. Het één van de mooiste plekjes van Rotterdam.
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Letizia
Letizia
September 09, 2019
One of the loveliest and most romantic spots of Rotterdam is the Veerhaven inner harbour, where historic sailing ships rock gently on the water. The Veerhaven is situated in the Scheepvaartkwartier, a protected urban landscape. Imposing town houses line broad, stately lanes, recalling Rotterdam’s…
C
C
July 24, 2019
Take the “watertaxi” from oostplein to get here.
Beth
Beth
October 21, 2018
You'll find old houseboats here. It's right between Erasmus Bridge and Het Park
Mark
Mark
June 28, 2018
One of the most beatiful small harbors in Rotterdam. You don't have to go there, you are located in the middle of it!
Kees
Kees
March 30, 2016
This harbour and the buildings surrounding it still breath the atmosphere of the disappeared pre-WW2 centre of Rotterdam.

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Establishment
“Erasmusbrug (English: "Erasmus Bridge") is a combined cable-stayed and bascule bridge in the centre of Rotterdam, connecting the north and south parts of this city, second largest in the Netherlands. The bridge was named after Desiderius Erasmus, a prominent Christian renaissance humanist also known as Erasmus of Rotterdam. The 802-metre-long (2,631 ft) bridge across the New Meuse was designed by Ben van Berkel and completed in 1996. The cable-stayed bridge section has a single 139-metre-high (456 ft) asymmetrical pale blue pylon with a prominent horizontal base, earning the bridge its nickname "The Swan".”
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Park
“The Park is located along the river Maas and next to the Euromast and Scheepvaartkwartier. From nearly any place in the park you've got a magnificient view at the Euromast. The eastern part of the park dates from 1853 and was designed by architect Jan David Zocher and his son Louis Paul in English landscape style. The park was extended in 1886 when the western part, also called the Hill was added to the park. The park next to the Euromast doesn't have a name and is simply called het park, but sometimes it's also called the Euromast park or Zochers park, named after the architect. You can relax in this green oasis and escape from the hectics of the nearby city centre. Rotterdam's biggest park is the park at Lake Kralingen, which is located a bit further away from the city centre.”
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Gastropub
“Best place in the neighbourhood to enjoy breakfast or lunch in the sunshine. It is the most well-known entrepreneurial grand-café in Rotterdam. The atomsphere is great! Also nice to enjoy a beer or their wines. Also nice dinner options for a reasonable price.”
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Café
“Nice spot in the neighborhood for breakfast, open from 09h weekdays/10h weekends”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Standort
Centrum, ZH 3011 BN