Things to do in Rotterdam
Creative and forward-thinking travelers will feel right at home in Rotterdam. The city prides itself for its innovative and experimental spirit. Architecture enthusiasts will fall in love with their unique structures like the Markthal Rotterdam and the Rotterdam Central Station. The city is also home to the Netherlands’ largest piece of art: Arno Coenen’s “Horn of Plenty.”
Kinderdijk, on the other hand, is a portal to the country’s past. It’s a village located in the municipality of Molenwaard, in the province of South Holland. Here, you will find nineteen windmills that were erected in 1740 and were used to prevent flooding. Visit the museum windmills Nederwaard and Blokweer to plunge even deeper into this village’s fascinating history.