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Rotterdam, Netherlands' second largest city, is located in the South West of the country. It takes its name from 'Rotte' an ancient settlement situated at the end of a stream dating back to the 13th century, and means rotten or boggy. Its counterpart, 'dam', is owed to the location and large port culture of the city. The port is the second largest in Europe and is one of the main reasons for its reputation of a busy and bustling commerce capital, often dubbed, the 'gateway to Europe'. For this reason business trips as well as holidays are common - stay at Campanile ROTTERDAM OOST hotel [link to relevant hotel page] for your business break and have easy access to conference facilities whilst in reach of the city centre.
Rotterdam has a history of change and rebuild: damaged in WWII, it was gradually reconstructed throughout the years. The city saw a cultural revamp in the 1980s with new architecture and cityscape planning, bringing new life to the city. The Rhine and Meuse rivers allow access to Europe's trade and transport. And Rotterdam's many universities add a lively contemporary atmosphere to this Dutch city.