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About Rotterdam
Rotterdam is the second-largest city in the Netherlands in the province of South Holland. It is located at the mouth of the Nieuwe Maas channel and leads into the Rhine–Meuse–Scheldt delta in the North Sea. It lies about nineteen miles from the North Sea and is linked by the New Waterway canal.

Rotterdam is a surreal destination with captivating landscapes and rich flora and fauna. It is the land of contrasts with stunning beaches and golden dunes that will keep you awe-inspired with their beauty.

Rotterdam is a bustling city in the Netherlands worth making a detour because of its art-dominated streets, striking architectural landmarks, influential design studios, and lively restaurants and bars. It has eighteen gigantic windmills that are collectively recognized as a World Heritage Site. The city has a high concentration of institutes and art galleries, including Witte de With Centre for Contemporary Art, Kunsthal, and TENT.

There are endless things to do in Rotterdam for each kind of traveler. You can climb Euromast to have a stunning view of the city, indulge in a unique shopping experience at Pannekoekstraat, and get up-close and personal with the rarest flora and fauna at Rotterdam Zoo.

Rotterdam experiences an oceanic climate with 2 major seasons, cold winter and warm summer. During the months of December and November, you'll usually experience the wettest weather in Rotterdam.
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