MayaHi I’m Maya and I live in Rotterdam. I just came back from my first solo trip and I’d like to do it more often. Hope to find some nice people here to meet up with!
KatjaHi! Nice to meet you!😊 I am Katja and I live in Rotterdam. I love to travel, hiking, writing and film/photography. Always up to go thrifting, good food and drinks (matcha & bubble tea 🧋) and enjoy good conversations 💫
AnjaliHello! My name is Anjali and I am a 25 year old intercultural philosophy student. I work parttime as a teacher and a chocolatier 🍫 . Further, I like poetry and the (outdoors) sports such as swimming and hiking. I love travelling, and coming half year I will spend in east-Asia.
Can host for 1 dayI am 20 years old photography student, I love climbing, hiking and discovering new places
Can host for 5 daysHello! My name is Anjali and I am a 25 year old intercultural philosophy student. I work parttime as a teacher and a chocolatier 🍫 . Further, I like poetry and the (outdoors) sports such as swimming and hiking. I love travelling, and coming half year I will spend in east-Asia.
Can host for 2 daysI’m a Dutchie, originally from country side Drenthe (Province North of the Netherlands), but living in Rotterdam since 2016. In 2021 I was able to buy my own small apartment in a suburban area outside the center. 20 min by metro and you’re downtown. I’ve done two internships in the US, lived in Brussels, Belgium for almost 7 years and traveled alone in South America for 4 months. I’m currently single and no kids or pets (cat/dog on photo are from friends of mine) I work as a meeting organizer for mostly pharmaceutical business and get to travel to nice destinations at times. I would not mind staying longer sometimes to check out the destination, so hope to make some contacts to make it more fun and get the most out of a visit. I’m also open to host, although I have no experience yet, but I’m super social and always like to show around my friends. Ask me anything!
based on 4 experiences
I went to Rotterdam for a day trip and loved it. However, one day is definitely enough to see everything. They have cool bridges to see along with their observation tower (Euromast) and the cubic houses were interesting. Great food and great people.Posted: May 4, 2023
I went to Rotterdam for 4 nights last summer and had a lot of fun. There wasn’t that much in terms of attractions per se but I met so lovely people in my hostel. I really enjoyed myself. I also took a day trip to see the big windmills in Kinderdijk which I highly recommend.Posted: April 30, 2023
Things to do: - Cubic Houses - Market Hall - Central Station - Willems Bridge - Erasmus Bridge - Euromast - Markthal Safety: No safety issue at all. Accommodation: I have stayed at the King Kong hostel. Great place with very nice people. Also very clean and great location. Recommendations: Water taxi rides are great fun and can give you a fantastic view of the city from the water.Posted: August 7, 2022
Things to do: - Visit the cube houses - See the Erasmusbrug - See the Remastered experience - Walk across the Erasmus Bridge - Admire the skyline at Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen Safety: I felt safe all the time. Budget: Stayed at the ROOM hostel. The hostel was clean, well decorated, and comfortable. I highly recommend it. Recommendations: Rotterdam is an easy day trip from Amsterdam (it’s like half an hour by train), so it’s certainly worth the visit.Posted: July 31, 2022
Yes, Rotterdam is generally safe for solo female travelers. As with any city, it is important to take the usual precautions such as avoiding dark alleys and being aware of your surroundings. The city is well-lit and has a good public transportation system, making it easy to get around. Additionally, the city has a low crime rate and is generally considered to be a safe place to visit.
Yes, Rotterdam is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is very safe and has a lot to offer, from its vibrant nightlife to its many cultural attractions. There are plenty of activities to keep you busy, and the city is very welcoming to visitors.
Rotterdam is generally considered to be an affordable city for solo travellers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive compared to other major cities in Europe. There are also plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy, such as visiting the city's many museums and galleries, exploring the city's parks and green spaces, and taking a boat tour of the city's iconic harbour.
Visit the Markthal
This iconic building is a must-see for any visitor to Rotterdam. Inside, you'll find a huge food hall with over 100 stalls selling fresh produce, international cuisine, and more.
Explore the Erasmus Bridge
This iconic bridge is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Rotterdam. Take a stroll across the bridge and admire the views of the city.
Visit the Maritime Museum
This museum is dedicated to the history of Rotterdam's port and its role in the city's development. Learn about the city's maritime past and explore the many interactive exhibits.
Take a Boat Tour
Rotterdam is a great city to explore by boat. Take a tour of the city's canals and admire the architecture from the water.
Visit the Kunsthal
This modern art museum is home to a wide range of contemporary art from around the world. Explore the galleries and take in the works of some of the world's most renowned artists.
Shop at the Lijnbaan
This pedestrian shopping street is the perfect place to pick up some souvenirs or just browse the shops.
Visit the Euromast
This observation tower offers stunning views of the city and the surrounding area. Take the elevator to the top and admire the views from the observation deck.
Take a Bike Tour
Rotterdam is a great city to explore by bike. Take a guided tour of the city and explore the sights at your own pace.
Visit the Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum
This museum is home to a wide range of art from the Middle Ages to the present day. Explore the galleries and take in the works of some of the world's most renowned artists.
Explore the Delfshaven
This historic district is home to some of the oldest buildings in Rotterdam. Take a stroll through the streets and admire the architecture.
Yes, Rotterdam is generally considered to be a safe city to travel alone. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to stay in well-lit and populated areas, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Rotterdam is generally considered to be a safe city at night. However, as with any city, it is always advisable to take sensible precautions when out and about after dark.