A selection of 50 top Rotterdam images with well known and less familiar highlights. For more beautiful pictures about Rotterdam, use the search function on this website.

Maassilo by the water with subwaytracks.
The Floating Farm.
The Maas with the Kralingse Plas in the background.
Rotterdam Central Station from the air.
Ship on the quay.
The site of the van Nelle factory.
The Euromast.
City centre: Street art near the Hofbogen.
Summer evening near the Erasmus bridge.
Group of friends on the Wilhelminakade.
Summer walk at the Luchtsingel.
Tourists at Stationsplein.
The skyline of Rotterdam seen from the Museumpark.
Architectural lines near the Veerhaven
Spring in Rotterdam.
Rotterdamse Dakendagen.
City centre: Street art by Calvin Sprague at the Delftsestraat
Cyclists driving past bars at the Witte de Withstraat.
ss Rotterdam and the Euromast.
Street art piece made by Tymon de Laat located at Kruiskade.
Cyclists drive past the Cruise Terminal and hotel Room Mate Bruno.
De Rotterdam and hotel Room Mate Bruno.
Woman takes a picture of the view from the Euromast.
Delfshaven: People sitting on a terrace located in the historic Delfshaven.
Luchtpark Hofbogen located at the former railway station Hofbogen / Hofplein.
A water taxi leaves the Veerhaven.
Watertaxi’s arriving at the base station located at Katendrecht.
Cube Houses and Pencil designed by Piet Blom adn the Markthal designed by Winy Maas, MVRDV Architects.
Cyclists at de Meent, with in the background the Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk.
Witte de Withstraat in Rotterdam
The Bobbing Forest with the Floating Pavilion in the background (Architect Bobbing Forest: Mothership, Jeroen Everaert. Architect Drijvend Paviljoen: Deltasync/Public Domain Architecten).
'Love Birds' made by Tymon Ferenc de Laat & Robert Rost at the Boomgaardsstraat in the Witte de Withkwartier.,,Please include the name of the artist and the name of the artwork when using this picture.
People at the terrace of Fenix Food Factory, with a view on the highrise of the Kop van Zuid, including Hotel New York and the Montevideo building.
People walking across the 'Luchtsingel'.
View on the Erasmusbridge and Wilhelminakade (including De Rotterdam), as seen from Leuvehaven.
City centre: Front view of Central Station (Centraal Station) as seen from Kruisplein.
This first covered market hall in the Netherlands contains about 100 fresh food stands, nearly 15 food shops and various restaurants. The roof of the Markthal is shaped by an arch of 228 apartments. The inside of the archway bears the biggest artwork in the Netherlands, The Horn of Plenty by Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam.
The Cubehouses on the Blaak, seen from above. The houses are designed by the architect Piet Blom. On the background the red Willemsbrug and Het Witte Huis.
Overview of the interior of the Markthal. The dome is decorated with images of the fresh products sold in the hall. The design of this artwork is by Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam.
The Erasmusbrug  with on the background the building De Rotterdam on the Kop van Zuid.
Terrace at the Oude Haven, the oldest port in the center of Rotterdam. Now it is mainly an entertainment area. In the background, the White House, at its completion in 1898, the tallest office building in Europe. On the left the red Willemsbrug.
De Hefbrug, or Koningshavenbrug, was formerly employed as a railway bridge. The bridge connected the Noordereiland with the south of Rotterdam. The train now goes underground through a tunnel.
The first indoor market hall of the Netherlands is designed by renowned architecture firm MVRDV. The Markthal is open 7 days per week until 8 p.m. and has 100 fresh produce units, 15 food shops, 8 restaurants and 228 apartments. More than 4.000 colourful tiles cover the inside of the arch and forms the largest artwork in the Netherlands: The Horn of Plenty, designed by Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam.
The Westersingel in the center of Rotterdam, with at the right on the shore the apartmentbuilding Calypso. The copper-colored front area is the Pauluskerk. In the background the Millenium Tower.
De Rotterdam is the largest multipurpose building in the Netherlands (160,000m2), designed by OMA. With a spectacular view from street level.
De Rotterdam is the largest multipurpose building in the Netherlands (160,000m2), designed by OMA. In front you'll see the Noordereiland.
The Wilhelminapier is a unique part of Rotterdam where old warehouses and daring modern architecture, such as De Rotterdam, live side by side.
The ss Rotterdam is the former flagship of the Holland America Line. Now it has got its permanent location on the waterfront of Katendrecht with stunning views at the skyline. It now acts such as hotel, restaurant and conference room.
View of  the 'Kop van Zuid'. Renzo Pianos KPN building and the Luxor theatre.
Maassilo by the water with subwaytracks.
The Floating Farm.
The Maas with the Kralingse Plas in the background.
Rotterdam Central Station from the air.
Ship on the quay.
The site of the van Nelle factory.
The Euromast.
City centre: Street art near the Hofbogen.
Summer evening near the Erasmus bridge.
Group of friends on the Wilhelminakade.
Summer walk at the Luchtsingel.
Tourists at Stationsplein.
The skyline of Rotterdam seen from the Museumpark.
Architectural lines near the Veerhaven
Spring in Rotterdam.
Rotterdamse Dakendagen.
City centre: Street art by Calvin Sprague at the Delftsestraat
Cyclists driving past bars at the Witte de Withstraat.
ss Rotterdam and the Euromast.
Street art piece made by Tymon de Laat located at Kruiskade.
Cyclists drive past the Cruise Terminal and hotel Room Mate Bruno.
De Rotterdam and hotel Room Mate Bruno.
Woman takes a picture of the view from the Euromast.
Delfshaven: People sitting on a terrace located in the historic Delfshaven.
Luchtpark Hofbogen located at the former railway station Hofbogen / Hofplein.
A water taxi leaves the Veerhaven.
Watertaxi’s arriving at the base station located at Katendrecht.
Cube Houses and Pencil designed by Piet Blom adn the Markthal designed by Winy Maas, MVRDV Architects.
Cyclists at de Meent, with in the background the Grote of Sint-Laurenskerk.
Witte de Withstraat in Rotterdam
The Bobbing Forest with the Floating Pavilion in the background (Architect Bobbing Forest: Mothership, Jeroen Everaert. Architect Drijvend Paviljoen: Deltasync/Public Domain Architecten).
'Love Birds' made by Tymon Ferenc de Laat & Robert Rost at the Boomgaardsstraat in the Witte de Withkwartier.,,Please include the name of the artist and the name of the artwork when using this picture.
People at the terrace of Fenix Food Factory, with a view on the highrise of the Kop van Zuid, including Hotel New York and the Montevideo building.
People walking across the 'Luchtsingel'.
View on the Erasmusbridge and Wilhelminakade (including De Rotterdam), as seen from Leuvehaven.
City centre: Front view of Central Station (Centraal Station) as seen from Kruisplein.
This first covered market hall in the Netherlands contains about 100 fresh food stands, nearly 15 food shops and various restaurants. The roof of the Markthal is shaped by an arch of 228 apartments. The inside of the archway bears the biggest artwork in the Netherlands, The Horn of Plenty by Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam.
The Cubehouses on the Blaak, seen from above. The houses are designed by the architect Piet Blom. On the background the red Willemsbrug and Het Witte Huis.
Overview of the interior of the Markthal. The dome is decorated with images of the fresh products sold in the hall. The design of this artwork is by Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam.
The Erasmusbrug  with on the background the building De Rotterdam on the Kop van Zuid.
Terrace at the Oude Haven, the oldest port in the center of Rotterdam. Now it is mainly an entertainment area. In the background, the White House, at its completion in 1898, the tallest office building in Europe. On the left the red Willemsbrug.
De Hefbrug, or Koningshavenbrug, was formerly employed as a railway bridge. The bridge connected the Noordereiland with the south of Rotterdam. The train now goes underground through a tunnel.
The first indoor market hall of the Netherlands is designed by renowned architecture firm MVRDV. The Markthal is open 7 days per week until 8 p.m. and has 100 fresh produce units, 15 food shops, 8 restaurants and 228 apartments. More than 4.000 colourful tiles cover the inside of the arch and forms the largest artwork in the Netherlands: The Horn of Plenty, designed by Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam.
The Westersingel in the center of Rotterdam, with at the right on the shore the apartmentbuilding Calypso. The copper-colored front area is the Pauluskerk. In the background the Millenium Tower.
De Rotterdam is the largest multipurpose building in the Netherlands (160,000m2), designed by OMA. With a spectacular view from street level.
De Rotterdam is the largest multipurpose building in the Netherlands (160,000m2), designed by OMA. In front you'll see the Noordereiland.
The Wilhelminapier is a unique part of Rotterdam where old warehouses and daring modern architecture, such as De Rotterdam, live side by side.
The ss Rotterdam is the former flagship of the Holland America Line. Now it has got its permanent location on the waterfront of Katendrecht with stunning views at the skyline. It now acts such as hotel, restaurant and conference room.
View of  the 'Kop van Zuid'. Renzo Pianos KPN building and the Luxor theatre.
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