National Express's Euroline provide the bus to Rotterdam on a regular daily basis. There are several buses that depart each day from London Victoria Coach Station to the Netherlands that stop at Rotterdam en route to Amsterdam. If you are travelling from destinations outside of London, connecting bus services are offered from all around the UK by National Express. The Channel crossing varies between train on the Eurotunnel or P&O ferry depending on what time the bus leaves. The journey time generally takes 9.5 hours, with the first departure leaving at around 11:00 a.m. and the last bus departing at about 8:00 p.m. Rotterdam has excellent public transport services from the central bus station, including the modern tram network, trains, metro with its three main lines, local buses and also a water bus.
The port of Rotterdam is one of the largest in Europe and is the Netherlands second largest city. To take in a fantastic all round view of the city visitors can ascend the Euromast Tower's 96 metre high observation platform, and then also enjoy a meal in the tower's great restaurant. Rotterdam's skyline is constantly changing with impressive skyscrapers and innovative architectural designs such as The Cube Houses and Erasmus Bridge. There are a multitude of excellent museums and art galleries in the city, with Boijmans van Beuningen and Kunsthal being two of the most popular and both are situated by the Musuempark. Historically Rotterdam is well known for its exciting art scene which continues to thrive today and is evident throughout the city. It is also renowned for its trendy nightlife with numerous clubs and vibrant bars like the Café De Witte Aap. Rotterdam is gaining a reputation for being the European Capital of Culture due to its diverse range of orchestras, pop concerts, sport events, carnivals and festivals.
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