ACCESSIBILITY

STAND OUT

Car

Follow the signs for 'Rotterdam Centrum/Erasmusbrug' on all the major motorways (A20, A13, A15 and A16) around Rotterdam. The Erasmus Bridge is easy to reach via a convenient city axis.

From the south of the river Nieuwe Maas.
Coming from the south of the river Nieuwe Maas, before the bridge, turn left onto the Wilhelminapier.

From the north of the river Nieuwe Maas.
Coming from the north of the river Nieuwe Maas, first cross the Erasmus Bridge and then take the first exit on the right.

Rotterdam Airport 00:20 hour
The Hague 00:40 hour
Utrecht 00:55 hour
Amsterdam 01:05 hour
Antwerp (Belgium) 01:20 hour

Public transport

The Kop van Zuidoffers a range of public transport options such as the tram, bus and metro. From the Wilhelminaplein metro station it only takes minutes to get to the city centre, Rotterdam Ahoy and Central Station, with domestic and international connections to Belgium, France and the United Kingdom.

The Wilhelminaplein tram stop is next to the metro station. Tram lines 20, 23 and 25 from the city centre and from the Central Station stop here.

Rotterdam Airport 00:47 hour
The Hague CS 00:46 hour
Utrecht CS 01:00 hour
Amsterdam CS 01:05 hour
Antwerp (Belgium) 01:00 hour

Airplane

With its own airport, Rotterdam is very accessible for international visitors. The airport connects the metropolitan region of Rotterdam - The Hague with other cities and regions in Europe. With a fast and efficient air route network, the emphasis is on business destinations.

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London 00:45 hour
Paris 01:15 hour
Berlin 01:10 hour
Frankfurt 01:05 hour
Copenhagen 01:15 hour

By Water Taxi

The World Port Center is also easily accessible by water. With about fifty moorings in the city and three around the World Port Center (for example near Hotel New York), you can take the water taxi in any direction and never get caught in traffic jams.

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