Rotterdam is an exciting, friendly and forward-looking city, known as “Manhattan on the Maas” due to its adventurous and striking architecture. Its impressive skyline is dominated by landmarks such as the Euromast and Erasmus Bridge and new and exciting structures can be seen at every turn. The city’s maritime history is evident and it is still the busiest port in Europe (and is often cited as the second busiest in the world, beaten only by Singapore). Despite this, its small scale means that it is easy to navigate and to get around on foot.

Please click here to read more about Rotterdam. You can also visit on your mobile phone to download the Rotterdam City Guide app.

Please see this map showing the locations of the venues we will be using for the ICCBH along with the suggested accommodation options.

De Doelen Congress Centre is just a few minutes’ walk from Rotterdam’s Central Railway Station and is easy to reach via Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. High speed trains depart every 20 minutes and the journey takes only 25 minutes. Once in Rotterdam the venue itself and most hotels are easily accessible on foot.

We will be using the Willem Burger Complex for ICCBH.  De Doelen has several entrances - please make sure you use the entrance at Kruisplein 40.

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