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Sint-Jobsweg 116, 3024 EA Rotterdam, The Netherlands


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Getting to Schiecentrale

Transportation & Parking

The Schiecentrale is easily and quickly accessible, by car and public transport. Want to go into town? You can reach the center of Rotterdam within a few minutes by car or bicycle

In the parking garage, there is a passage to the Schiecentrale on the second floor. Exit the second floor door and then left around the building for the entrance. This entrance can also be used for guests with walking difficulties. Next to Albert Heijn (AH) you will find an elevator in the parking garage to the second floor.

  • The Schiecentrale is ideally located in relation to the A15 (Rotterdam – Rozenburg), A16 (Rotterdam – Dordrecht – Breda) and the A20 (Gouda – Rotterdam – Maasdijk). There are plenty of parking facilities at the Schiecentrale.
    You can park your car in the adjacent Q-park Schiecentrale. €0.50 per 15 minutes or part thereof with a maximum daily rate of €17.00. You can book your parking space in advance via the Q-Park website or call the national number: 088 329 51 00.
  • Tram 8 departs every 15 minutes from Rotterdam Central Station to the location: stop Pieter de Hoochweg. Travel time from the station is 13 minutes. From the stop it is a 1-minute walk to the Schiecentrale.
  • Coolhaven metro station – with a direct connection to Schiedam Centrum train station – is a 10-minute walk from the Schiecentrale. Ideal for when your guests travel via Amsterdam, The Hague or Delft.

  • The water taxi – stop Mullerpier / Sint-Jobshaven – is a super fast and spectacular alternative.  It is advisable to make reservations in advance, as waiting times can be lengthy.

  • Public transport bicycles are available at Rotterdam Central Station. The cycling time is 15 minutes.

Where to Eat


Neighbourhood Katendrecht:

De Matroos en het Meisje

A table d’hotes restaurant offering chef's choice dining.

Food Hallen

Casual food hall where you can rent your own space.

Hotel New York

A spacious café-restaurant with a diverse menu in a unique atmosphere.

HMB Restaurant

Located in De Rotterdam, offering culinary delights with a view.


Near Mainport / Intell:


A classic restaurant balancing tradition and modern dishes for business and private occasions.


Experience modern Japanese cuisine in an elegant setting.


A colorful spot with global vibes for a unique dining experience.


Bar-restaurant with a stunning view of Maas, Willemsbrug, and Erasmus bridge.


Near Schiecentrale:

Trattoria Sophia

Casual Italian dining with a relaxed atmosphere.

Eetcafé Verhip

A brown café capturing the Rotterdam vibe with a changing evening menu.

Restaurant Goud

True to its name, offering chic dining with a Rotterdam touch.

What to Do

Rotterdam, Netherlands, boasts a captivating skyline that tells the tale of its resilient spirit, having been largely reconstructed after World War II. The iconic Erasmus Bridge, a modern architectural marvel, spans the Maas River and symbolizes the city's progressive ethos. The Cube Houses, designed by Piet Blom, are another unique attraction, with their tilted and stacked cubes forming an innovative residential complex. Rotterdam's Markthal, an awe-inspiring horseshoe-shaped market hall adorned with vibrant murals, offers a gastronomic journey through diverse cuisines. The Euromast, an observation tower, provides panoramic views of the cityscape and beyond. The Maritime Museum, enriched with maritime history, and the strikingly modern Kunsthal showcase Rotterdam's commitment to both its heritage and contemporary arts scene. With its blend of innovative design and cultural richness, Rotterdam stands as a testament to the city's remarkable resilience and forward-thinking spirit.

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