In just a few years the small peninsula of Katendrecht has been §turned into one of the most vibrant parts of the city. Young couples have renovated dilapidated houses and set up restaurants, shops and cafes. Now Katendrecht is swarming with charming little restaurants, ice-cream parlours and pubs.

Waterbus has its own jetty near the unique steam ship “SS Rotterdam” in Katendrecht.  There is a pub, a restaurant and a convention centre on this former cruise ship. Get on board this gigantic cruise ship which dates from 1959 and discover its impressive history. Unravel its thrilling secrets together with your friends or family and escape within 60 minutes from the escape room.

photo: Jan Bijl, Rotterdam Branding Toolkit
photo: Iris v.d. Broek, Rotterdam Branding Toolkit

From SS Rotterdam it is a ten-minute walk to Deliplein. Here you find plenty of good restaurants and Walhalla, a legendary theatre. Across Deliplein, alongside the Maas lies the trendy Fenix Food Factory. It is an indoor fresh food market where you can buy artisan food products such as fresh bread or homemade sausages and cider.   Take a seat along the waterfront of the Maas and enjoy the fresh food and the home brewed Kaapse Brouwers beers at one of the many pavement cafés. From these pavement cafés you have a stunning view of Hotel New York and the skyscrapers on the Wilhelminapier. Discover this wonderful area by Waterbus.

Line 18 allows you to embark directly at the ss Rotterdam (stop Katendrecht)

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