You can also cruise the canals of Rotterdam on the pancake boat, which is a restaurant where you can eat as many pancakes as you wish during the tour.
In summer you can even rent a “HotTug”, a wood fired hot tub/ boat, so that you and your friends can sail through the city.
The highest building in Rotterdam is “de Euromast”. This is a tower measuring 185 meters that can be visited by the public.
At the 100m level there is a Crow’s nest-shaped structure, with a brasserie where you can have a meal, high tea or high wine. High wine is the alcoholic equivalent of high tea- you are served a selection of 3 different wines, each with snacks.
What can be more romantic than enjoying posh snacks and a glass of wine whilst watching the sun set or simply looking over the lights of the city by night?
If you really want to push the boat out you can stay the night in the small hotel located in the Euromast tower.
The Crow’s nest is not the highest part of the tower. There is a glass lift that revolves slowly to bring you to a height of 185m.
The view on the top is absolutely breathtaking. A visit to Euromast costs just under 10 Euro, but make sure you do not throw away your ticket afterwards as your ticket gives you discount to a lot of other events in the city such as entrance fees to the many museums, boat trips or a visit to Miniworld.
Miniworld is a miniature world depicting life in the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg). There is about 50m² of meticulously copied landscapes, windmills and urban areas, with the cities and towns being connected by train, bus and boat links, most of which are mechanical.
There is even a miniature pop concert in the Mini Ahoy Hall with music on a mini big screen and a laser show. A Miniworld day lasts 24 minutes, so every half hour the mini world turns from day into night and vice versa.