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Maassluis is a quaint town in South Holland, Netherlands whose centrum hasn't changed in a century.


Get in[edit]

Direct service from Rotterdam Centraal via Vlaardigen about 20 minutes.

Get around[edit]

Walk. Its good for you.

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The Steam Boat museum. On Hoogstraat (High street) cost : 4 Euro. You get to see the last sea-going steam powered tug the "Furie".

Grote Kerk that towers above the town. 17th Century church open to the public on Wednesday afternoons 14:00 - 16:00 during the months of June, July, August and September. Website

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Eat[edit][add listing]

Resturants abound in the central section of the city.

Try De Zoete Inval (Tea Room) on Dr Kuyperkade 15. Nice scones, coffee and tea.

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There are few options. The two hotels here are part-time and you can only check in well into the afternoon.

Pension Hotel Piet-hein -Piet Heinstraat 23, 3143 AK Maassluis, Netherlands

+31 10 591 6929. Minimal services. Near the train platform but out of the Centrum.

Kreta Hotel- above the Greek resturaunt of the same name. More like a hostel than a hotel. In the Centrum, near the Sheepvart Museum on Hoogstraat Wip 1 + 31 10 591 2325


Get out[edit]

Next stop on the rail line is Hook van Holland. With access to the Stena Ferry to Harwich England. Maasland is a historic village at a distance of 2.4 km NW in the polder nearby. You can walk there: follow Noordvliet Noordzijde.

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