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Rotterdam Harbour: Cruising with the Spido
Rotterdam

Every tourist that visits Rotterdam should take the time to make a cruise through the harbour with the Spido. Departing from the Gedempte Zalmhaven in the City center, the spido takes you to the industrial harbour and back in 75 minutes.

This image was photographed at one of the container terminals in the Rotterdam Harbour during a nice summer day!

Copyright: Littleplanet.Nl Roelof De Vries
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Uploaded: 11/07/2013
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: rotterdam; harbour; tourism; cruise; summer
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