A shimmy up the 185m Euromast offers unparalleled 360-degree views of Rotterdam from the 100m-high observation deck. There are all...
You can escape the madness of the city surprisingly easily among the lakes of Het Park. In summer locals love to barbecue here on the...
This hidden re-creation of an idealised Dutch wilderness seems to have been taken right from a Renaissance painting.
All-you-can-eat pancakes in a variety of flavours served aboard a boat touring the harbour. Departs across from Euromast.
Lonely Planet review
This brasserie has the best location in town, in the midsection of the Euromast tower. At 100m it almost doesn't matter about the food, with that kind of view and a design to maximise it (the angled windows impart the odd sensation of eating in mid-air). It's a bonus, then, that the menu is up to scratch: fillet of suckling pig and grilled mackerel were recent offerings.