During spring, summer and fall, you can discover Rotterdam while riding the historic trams. The ‘Line 10 City Tour’ brings you on a tour along with most highlights of Rotterdam.
The tram tour covers roughly all of the city centre, plus the areas around the Euromast and Delfshaven. There are only a few hundred meters between all tram stops. This way you can hop-off, walk a bit, and hop-on another old tram at one of the other stops.
You can start your journey at any tram stop that is marked with the green sticker that indicate a stop of Line 10. But the stop at Willemsplein is the start and end of the trams journey. Willemsplein is close to the well-known Erasmusbridge, and the start point of Spido’s boat tours.
After a break at Willemsplein, the tram continues in direction of the Central Station. But first, the tram will stop close to Museumpark. At Eendrachtsplein, you can get off to see the ‘Buttplug Gnome’, or do some shopping ib the nearby shopping streets.
Tram Line 10 has a stop in front of Rotterdam Central Station. From there, the route runs via the Hofplein Square, towards the district ‘Oude Noorden’, and then towards Oostplein.
We can recommend a short stop at Leuvehaven, to have a walk around the old harbour. Or walk to Witte de Withstraat, which is a street with many cafés, restaurants, galleries, and boutiques.
Line 10 is a special tram line. It requires a special ticket. You can buy the ticket on board. Trams run from early spring, until end of fall. During the summer months, the trams run every day.
The first tram service starts at 11:00h and the last departure is at 16:30h. Between 12:00h and 16:00h there is a departure at least every 30 minutes. On the busiest days, there are three trams per hour.Back to Activities