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Not scenic or pretty,but a fascinating area to visit if you're interested in the development of Rotterdam's Europoort. Take the boat ride for close up access to some of the ocean going container vessels...and there's a really good visitor centre.
Were looking for something different to do, and this definitely hit the mark. As we also had a 6 year old with us, only did the boat tour and visitor center (ie skipped the bus tour). The size of things is amazing. A view of...More
We visited this on the way (well almost) from Amsterdam back to Hook of Holland for the ferry.
It really is worth a visit. As you drive through the port and industrial areas approaching the information centre you get a feel for the incredible scale...More
Rotterdam is one of the biggest harbours of Europe. In 2008 they started their remarkable expansion..... into the North Sea.....
Yeah, that's right. They used their Dutch engineering skills and expanded the Netherlands.
Futureland has a very nice visiting center which is interactive and perfectly...More
This top spot on the very edge of the harbour on reclaimed land sports a lot of activities for everyone. Interactive expositions, photographs on display and presentations about seals, shark eggs and other marine life.
In the morning we went from the 18th century -- Kinderdijk and its windmills -- to the land of cutting-edge science, FutureLand. It took about an hour to drive west, all through the Rotterdam port to FutureLand at its very tip. About 7 years ago,...More
i visited futureland in rotterdam..only 7 years ago the location was the bottpm of the north sea..the land reclaimed by dutch engineering bravour...at its best! take the boat tour and see the largest skips in the world holding 20000 containers...400 m long..60 m wide and...More
This weekend we visited the Tweede Maasvlakte.
A complete new build island at the coast of Rotterdam.
In the museum, you can see what they found during building it and see how they made it. Heavy machinery and a lot of construction, very interesting.
At the end of a private tour of the Rotterdam port, our guide took us to FutureLand for a bathroom break I was astonished to see that it's set up like a U.S. Park Service Tourist Center of the modern era: exhibits for children, others...More
It was a great experience after visiting this area. First we went to the visitor centre, got information, watched some slides about the plan for this area. At the complex of the visitor centre we can see all kind of tools they used to create...More