Rotterdam centre

ID #8335

Rotterdam, Netherlands Urban No Apartment
2 1 1
20th Oct 2018  to  27th Oct 2018
20th Oct 2018  to  27th Oct 2018
20th Oct 2018  to  27th Oct 2018
Non-simultaneous Exchange, Mid-term Exchange (2-4 weeks), Open to offers

Sunny west-facing apartment close to the centre of Rotterdam.
Simple, but comfortable. It is within walking distance to the station, cafés and restaurants, supermarkets and the vibrant city centre with stunning modern architecture.

The apartment has 1 bedroom with a double bed, an open plan living room and kitchen, also a bathroom with a shower. The bed will be made up for your arrival and towels will be provided.
The apartment is on the 3rd floor and there is a lift. There is a great view over the river Rotte.
The balcony is small, an afternoon sun-trap and plant-filled with enough space for 2 people to eat outside.

You could use the trams, buses, metro or bikes to explore. With an excellent train network it is easy to reach Amsterdam and places further afield too.

Balcony, Disabled access, Internet access/Wifi, Lift/Elevator, Microwave, Television, Use of bicycle, Washing machine
No Smoking
Sorry no pets
Sorry no children
Car swap not available
Rotterdam Rotterdam-The Hague Airport

Rotterdam is the second largest city in The Netherlands and is brimming with iconic architecture. Visit the architecture institute, museums and art galleries. There are summer festivals. Rotterdam is a port on the Maas River and has a rich maritime history. There are all sorts of ways to explore and experience the river and the port. The waterfront is a beautiful spot for a stroll. There's a fast ferry upriver to Dordrecht, a beautiful old city. There are drinking, dining and nightlife venues for all tastes. There are plenty of tours, excursions and river trips.

Rotterdam has it all! There is a culture of cafés and restaurants, nearly always with terraces outside, many of the best streets for outside dining are within easy walking distance. Rotterdam is multiethnic and this is reflected in its food culture too. The huge central market is outside on Tuesdays and Saturdays and also within walking distance, at the far end of which is The Markthal, an indoor food hall in a stunning building. There are many different walking and biking tours, excursions and river trips. Restaurants, cafés and nightlife all close by. There are museums, galleries, shops and summer festivals. It is a great city for cycling.

The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
Galleries/Museums, Historical Sites, Public Parks/Gardens, Public Transport, Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, Theatres, Walking

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