The Markthal is right in the centre of Rotterdam. It is a spectacular building that houses a mix of shopping mall, living spaces, restaurants, shops and car parks. Shoppers can browse the market on 7 days a week and try a variety of different foods.
A major point of interest in Rotterdam are the Cubic Houses near the big Market Hall. A must-see for fans of architecture and at the top of our Rotterdam to-do list.
Just behind the German/Dutch border in the Groningen province lies the small town Bourtange. And in Bourtange stands a fortress that was reconstructed masterfully.
Anyone who walks through a city with open eyes will discover some interesting things. We have compiled impressions from Amsterdam for you.
Oude Zijde, that means “Old Side”, is the easternmost district of Amsterdam. Originally, it was only a narrow strip on the eastern bank of the Amstel, but the district was soon enlarged by the influx of many Jewish refugees from Portugal.
There is an unusual building in the harbour of Amsterdam which can be seen from afar. Only when standing in front of the entrance door it becomes apparent that it is a museum.