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Rotterdam is a booming cosmopolitan city in the Netherlands that was bombed during the World War II and a home to over 170 nationalities. The city’s reconstruction removed all the remains of the traditional medieval Dutch center. This city is also home to the second busiest port in Europe. Tourists can enjoy the city’s nightlife or visit a lot of interesting museums.
This city offers blissful spots to visit. First is the Willemswerf. This is a huge headquarters of a shipping company named, Nedllyod. Tourists can walk next to the water on Boompjes to see the prominent 1998 Willemswerf. Second is the Oude Kerk, which is one of the city’s remaining remnants that survived the war. Oude Kerk is a port that is located in Voonhaven. Third is the Oude Haven; this area conserves the oldest part of the harbor dated back from the 14th century and a fitting place for tourists to stroll as they feast their eyes as they appreciate the large assembly of historic boats. Fourth is the Huis Sonneveld, which was designed by Van der Vlugt and Brinkman and is considered to be an exemplary case of the Dutch New Building architectural effort. It showcases an astonishing 1933 villa being restored, complete with furniture, fixtures and wallpapers giving the tourists an overwhelming experience seemingly like near reality.
This city does not only have ports to showcase but also several museums. First they have Museum Bojimans van Beuningen, which is located in Museumpark 18-20. This museum is considerably one of the finest in Europe, which showcase a vast collection of arts from the eras of both European and Dutch. Second is the Oorlogs Verzets Museum which is located in Coolhaven 375. In this museum, a much darker subject is to be seen by the tourists because of the sounds of German bombers that will greet them. Displays found in the museum are representations of life in the city during the World War II, showing tremendous fear on the citizen’s faces as they flee the 1940 bombing in the raw photo.
This “big city” is also full of bars and nightclubs. The party usually starts at 10 o’clock in the evening until 4 o’clock in the morning. The Maassilo is the leading nightclub in the city; it is ideal for the young and stylish.
Those who wish to visit Rotterdam can fly to the city’s only airport, which is one of the busiest in the Netherlands and considered to be a fast and friendly airport according to recent passenger surveys. Passengers are free to use any of the terminal facilities, which include ATMs, telephone booths, passenger lounges, and conference rooms.