Accessibility

From the Wilhelminapier you can take the Laan op Zuid straight to the A16, which connects cities such as Delft, The Hague and Breda. The centre of Rotterdam can easily be reached by crossing the Erasmus Bridge by car, by bike or on foot. Once you have crossed the bridge, you are at walking distance from the Euromast, several museums and restaurants, the “Koopgoot” (Beurstraverse) and the “Koopboog” (Markthal). Read more >>
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By car, by bike and on foot
You can take the Laan op Zuid straight to the A16, which connects cities such as Delft, The Hague and Breda. The centre of Rotterdam can easily be reached by crossing the Erasmus Bridge by car, by bike or on foot. Once you have crossed the bridge, you are at walking distance from the Euromast, several museums and restaurants and the “Koopgoot.”
 
Water taxi
The most fun way to travel to and from the Wilhelminapier is undoubtedly by water taxi (StJob). You step aboard at the Hotel New York, and get off in the city centre, at the Euromast or in the Veerhaven, where you can once again find many hip restaurants and cafés. The Veerhaven is also home to the World Museum and its sublime restaurant.
 
Public transport
At the head of the Wilhelminapier, opposite the “new” Luxor Theatre, you can find stops for tram lines 20, 23 and 25, as well as the Wilhelminaplein metro station. The tram and the metro can quickly take you to the city centre, the Central Station or Ahoy stadium.

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