Cruises that visit or depart from Rotterdam sail in Northern Europe.
Rotterdam has been an important port city for more than 700 years. Combined with the adjoining international Europoort, it is one of the world's busiest ports. The city center was heavily bombed during World War II and doesn't possess much in the way of historic architecture (excluding the fruits of austere, experimental post-war rebuilding). But, lovely old architecture can be found in other quarters of the city, such as Delfshaven, where 18th-century houses are on display. The Boymans-Van Beuningen Museum holds an impressive collection of European art. Take in a view from higher ground at the 60-story Space Tower, and stroll along the pedestrian shopping district Lijnbaan.
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Cruise Port Rotterdam
Rotterdam The Netherlands
Get on A4 from Ceintuurbaan Noord, signs for A4/Den Haag/Rotterdam and merge onto A4. Follow A4 and A13 to Stadhoudersweg/S113 in Rotterdam Noord, Rotterdam. Use the right 2 lanes to take the E19/A13 exit toward Breda/Rotterdam/Delft/Rijswijk-Zuid. Continue onto A13/E19. Use the 2nd from the right lane to continue on A13 and follow signs for E25/A20/Ring Rotterdam (west)/Centrum/Europoort/Hoek van Holland. Keep left to stay on A13, follow signs for s113/Centrum. Continue on S113. Continue onto Stadhoudersweg/S113, turn right onto Statenweg/S113. Slight right to stay on Statenweg/S113, turn left onto Weena/S100, keep right to continue on Weena, turn right onto Kruisplein. Continue onto Westersingel, turn left onto Vasteland/S100. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Schiedamsedijk/S122, turn right onto Wilhelminakade.
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