Inside Rotterdam: the Biggest, the Tallest and the Weirdest buildings

You might have spotted our last collaboration with Levi Hildebrand already a while ago when he showed you (hilariously)  just how mega the student housing problem is in the Netherlands (that’s not so hilarious actually).

It turned out that Levi hadn’t properly checked out Rotterdam yet, and as a born and raised Rotterdammer I couldn’t let that slide of course (and I’m always looking for an apology to spend a day loitering around in Rotterdam – who can resist?). But what to show you – our trusty viewers? Well, the Markthal is already all over the place and we did a good photo report of loads of epic architecture in Rotterdam a while back already so we went for a different take on things – something that would really fit the vlog format.

Inside De Rotterdam, the Cubic Houses and the Euromast

So in between all our shenanigans, we went inside the largest building of Rotterdam, aptly called ‘De Rotterdam’. We went inside in one of the weirdest buildings in Rotterdam (very well be the weirdest overall): the iconic cubic houses. And last but not the shortest, we went in and up the Euromast.

Anyways, enough stalling, here’s the Rotterdam Supervlog:

What do you think of this vlog in Rotterdam? Let us know in the comment section! Also, don’t forget to join our Facebook group, it’s worth it, I promise!

And be kind, rewind! (not rewind but subscribe to Levi, but that doesn’t rhyme)

Abuzer Van Leeuwen
Abuzer Van Leeuwenhttp://www.abuzervanleeuwen.nl
Founded DutchReview. Rotterdammer living in Leiden. Politics, innovation and epic food-reviews are his thing. Interested in doing anything with DutchReview? Contact him at abuzer[at]dutchreview.com

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