A new Rotterdam’s free city guide has been lunched, a beautiful guide with a lot of hotspots in the city to make your trip easy and more fun.
There are many city guides and maps to discover Rotterdam, of course, but Rotterday , as this new city guide is called, is different. Rotterday has a very special design (created by Stang Gubbels) and the hotspots you will find in it are really cool. I promise you!
As they say in the introduction the places “where people from Rotterdam like to eat, drink, shop, see and wander around.”
In fact, there are no all the cool places in town but all the places included are amazing, and most of them are my favourite places in Rotterdam.
And every six months they will publish a new and fresh guide in edition of 20.000.
Among the places highlight in this first guide, you will find good restaurants as Restaurant De Jong, Lux, specialized in Italian food, De Machinist or A la Plancha, both specialized in fish and seafood, Gare du Nord, a farm-to-table formula restaurant, or the Spanish restaurant Destino. But the guide also included nice cafes, as Valente Expresso or Lokaal 1e Klas Koffie, and excellent bakeries as Jordy’s Bakery or Baker & Moore, where you will taste fine dutch pies and cakes.
Beyond food places, Rotterday also highlight amazing design and concept shops as Groos, Susan Bijl, where you can buy the famous shopping bag of Rotterdam, or Elle Aime, and clubs where you will enjoy the Rotterdam nightlife as Rotown, as well.
In total there are 39 hotspots to visit in the city, a highly recommended way to find out and enjoy the lively city of Rotterdam.
The guide also adds a useful description of the main city’s areas, West, North, Centre and South, with the most important attractions and destinations.
Rotterday is free and you can find a copy at more than 250 points in the city but you can also ask for it at your hostel or send them a message. There is a digital version available on their website that you can download and check on your mobile phone or tablet.
Get yourself a copy before it finishes!
And don’t forget to tag your photos of Rotterdam with their hashtag #rotterday!
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