De Euromast is met 185 meter de hoogste toren in Nederland die open is voor publiek. De Euromast is in 1960 opgericht ter gelegenheid van de Floriade!
For the thrill seekers, you can enjoy an afternoon of abseiling from the Euromast tower! if this is too much, you can make dinner reservations for the restaurant located in the tower, and enjoy the a great city view!
The Euromast was built in 1960 by architect H.A. Maaskant and contractor J.P. van Eesteren, to mark the occasion of Floriade, the international flower and garden exhibition.
You can visit the Euromast to watch a great view over the city. You can also go for dinner there and in the right seasons you can go abseiling (did this myself was very nice!).
Great view from the top of the Euromast. On a clear day you can see Delft.
Discover Rotterdam at 185m. If you're done enjoying the view and you don't want to take the elevator you can also travel straight down a zip line at a speed of 100 km per hour.
“Closed at the moment due to renovation, but nice to pass by on your way to the ‘Kunsthal’. Nice place to visit the rosegarden on a sunny day.”
“You can also take a water taxi to this restaurant, which is nice to do. It is situated in the old building of the holland-america line. They also have a cocktailbar in the basement.”
“Must see in Rotterdam, also if you have the time you can have a look inside one of the cube houses :-) ”
“Spido offers round trips, day trips and theme cruises in Rotterdam from the foot of the Erasmus Bridge all year round. Spido is one of the largest Rotterdam attractions, but the real attraction is of course the harbor! With the Rotterdam harbor tour of 75 minutes Spido gives a short but powerful impression of the container ports of Rotterdam. The route leads among other things past Hotel New York, the Euromast and the ss Rotterdam.”
“The Kunsthal in Rotterdam is one of the icons of modern architecture and is visited every year by large numbers of architecture lovers from all over the world. The Kunsthal is one of the leading cultural institutions in the Netherlands with over twenty exhibitions a year. ”