Sit back and relax as you wander down the Rhine River and take in the Rotterdam skyline from the Willemsplein. Don’t forget to look out for the steamship, Rotterdam, a former cruise ship from Holland America Line.
If you’re into architecture, the most famous buildings in Rotterdam are the myriads of buildings known as the Cube Houses, which were built near Station Blaak.
The park was built in 1852 and has a lush English landscape garden design about it. You can laze on a large open lawn or try your luck at miniature golf.
My personal favourite is the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, an art history museum containing artworks from the 14th- 16th centuries.
The suburb of Kralingen is well worth a visit, as it still retains many of the traditional old Dutch buildings and is a merry mix of students and the wealthy.