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Stadsdriehoek is the medieval heart of Rotterdam, which was at that time bounded by the triangle of Coolsingel, Goudsesingel and the former Maas river. Here, with the building of a dam, the foundation of this metropolis was laid. You can now find all kinds of buildings here and new constructions.Lees meer
Diverse and surprisingly close to the center, that is the neighborhood Tarwewijk. The neighborhood lies between Zuidplein, subway station Maashaven and the Maastunnel. Many families with children live in the neighborhood, which is why there are many elementary schools. Iconic for the neighborhood is the old grain silo at Maashaven subway station.Lees meer
In these blossoming neighborhoods, you'll find all kinds of homes. From historic buildings, staircase entrance flats, family homes to spacious villas. If you'll find anywhere great diversity, it's in Overschie and and Kleinpolder. Two cozy neighborhoods with a feeling of a village with the advantages of the city.Lees meer
Nowadays, you will find in this district a green and quiet environment ideal for families. The metro takes you to the center of Rotterdam in no time. This neighborhood is surrounded by water and parks. In Hoogvliet you'll find great stores for all your daily needs.Lees meer
The Oosterflank neighborhood was built in the eighties and consists of a combination of single-family homes and mainly low-rise apartment buildings, built in a high density area. The neighborhood 'Het Lage Land' was built in the 60s. It is a very spacious and green neighborhood with many low-rise buildings.Lees meer
Feijenoord is a dynamic neighborhood with 8,200 residents where there is always something going on. For example, there are two beautiful parks, the largest indoor skate park in the Netherlands, a house of E-sports, a community house (De Dam) and a beautiful view over the Maas river.Lees meer