The FLOODrisk 2012 conference will be held in the World Trade Center in Rotterdam.
Tel: +31 10 405 444
The city of Rotterdam is situated in Maas delta and symbolised by the famous Erasmus Bridge. Rotterdam is therefore ideally suited as the meeting place to discuss flood risk management.
The Maas River defines the face of Rotterdam today, as a main waterway and as an attraction in its own right. More and more restaurants and other entertainment venues are springing up along the waterfront. The river is what divides the north and south sides of the city, linked by high-speed ferry boats and bridges that define the skyline. In the short time since its construction, the Erasmus Bridge has become the iconic symbol of Rotterdam. The bridge is named after Rotterdam’s most famous son, the humanist philosopher Desiderius Erasmus.
If you would like to discover more about Rotterdam please visit http://www.rotterdam.info. You may also wish to download an iPhone app from the mobile site by visiting http://m.rotterdam.info/download/ from your mobile browser.
The Fyra of NS Hispeed is the comfortable train that travels over the high-speed rail line.This offers the fastest connection between Amsterdam and Rotterdam via Schiphol Airport. Fyra runs twice per hour, from early morning to late evening. When travelling with the Fyra, you need an NS ticket plus Fyra ticket supplement. This paper ticket supplement is available via the NS website, NS self-servcie ticket machines, the NS Service Desk, the NS Hispeed Desk, NS Hispeed Telesales and travel agents.
The Fyra makes Rotterdam just a short trip from:
Rotterdam is easily accessible by the A13, A15, A16 en A20 motorways .Various parking options are available in the city. Car rental in the city is available via Sixt. Sixt offers car rental in the city centre (located in the Hilton Hotel) and in other parts of the city as well as on Rotterdam The Hague Airport. Various parking options are available in the city.