What are the most beautiful and best books about Rotterdam? Including photos and the rich history of this city? We give you the recommendations here, including new books about Rotterdam. Read on for the top 10 …

The top 10 best books about Rotterdam; past and now, its people and characteristic places

Get to know Rotterdam by reading about the history of this city, walking through it and viewing architecture, or hearing the secret places of real Rotterdam connoisseurs. We start our recommendations with the top 10 best books about Rotterdam of all time. This list has been updated this year, including all the recent titles.

Best Books About RotterdamAuthor
Rotterdam: Architectural GuideAnneke Bokern
Architectural guide to RotterdamPaul Groenendijk and Piet Vollaard
Rotterdam – Invasion of Holland (Illustrated History of the Violent Century)Wilhelmina Steenbeek
Rotterdam Architecture CityPaul Groenendijk; Piet Vollaard
Rotterdam (CitySpots)Pip Farquharson
Rotterdam – Modern PlaysJon Brittain
Windows! a Kid’s Guide to Rotterdam, NetherlandsJohn D. Weigand
Rotterdam Travel Guide : Sightseeing, Hotel, Restaurant and Shopping HighlightsMelanie Wilson
Colonialism and Slavery : An Alternative History of the Port City of RotterdamGert Oostindie
Rotterdam [Images of America Series]Schenectady County Historical Society

The updated top 10 list: the best books about Rotterdam

I Love Rotterdam: Blank Lined Journal Notebook, Funny Rotterdam Notebook,I heart Rotterdam City, Rotterdam Journal, Ruled, Writing Book, Notebook for Rotterdam lovers, Rotterdam gifts

This is a small lined diary with ‘I love Rotterdam’ on the front, and it is perfect to write down your Rotterdam travel experiences or other journeys. You can also use it as a gratitude journal.

Just A Girl Who Loves Rotterdam Notebook: Gift For Rotterdam City Lovers – Perfect Gift For Rotterdam Netherlands City Lovers On Valentine … Lined Pages – Netherlands Traveling Diary

This is the same kind of journal as the previous title on our top ten list, but this one specifically mentions that this is a notebook for just girls.

Catalogue of the Erasmus Collection in the City Library of Rotterdam (Bibliographies and Indexes in Philosophy)

We love this catalogue from Rotterdam’s municipal library, because it includes the largest selection of works by Rotterdam’s most famous person in history: Erasmus. Anyone who is captivated by his works should add this book to his personal collection.

Rotterdam: Netherlands – Cities Of The World | Blank Lined Notebook | Composition Book 6 x 9 In. 100 Pages

This is the third notebook on this list, but this one is not as dark as the previous two. It simple says ‘Rotterdam’ on the front and it shows a windmill, the Euromast and other iconic architecture from the city.

Rotterdam City Journal, City Notebook for Rotterdam, Netherlands

Dragon Dragon City Journals come with different names on the front of them. This one has ‘Rotterdam’ on its cover. The inside of the journal is blank, so you can write as much or little as you want when visiting Rotterdam.

I Like Rotterdam More Than Any Other Cities: Rotterdam Notebook | Rotterdam Vacation Journal | Handlettering | Diary I Logbook | 110 Blank Paper Pages | Rotterdam Notizbuch 6 x 9

Notebook number five has gold letters on the front, and they say ‘I like Rotterdam more than any other cities’. It is a fun notebook to keep track of your favorite restaurants, museums or other places.

Rotterdam Architecture City

We love this guide, because it is specifically written from an architectural point of view. 100 Of Rotterdam’s most iconic buildings are portrayed in this book. It also includes ideas to fill in the gaps between moments looking at architecture.

Architectural Guide to Rotterdam

Rotterdam is famous for its architecture, like the Van Nelle factory and the Erasmus bridge. This book, however, will guide you through Rotterdam and show you more than 400 of its urban projects.

Rotterdam City Centre and Harbour Netherlands Journal: 150 page lined notebook/diary

This is the last notebook on our list, and this one simply shows some of Rotterdam’s largest buildings seen from the river. No words on the cover, no prompts on the inside; just lots of pages to write.

Explore Rotterdam: Your Travel guide to discover Rotterdam

What we like about this travel guide, is that it includes helpful tips on how to use public transport, how to visit other cities from Rotterdam, and what attractions to see.

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