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Markthal: Enormous Food Market In Rotterdam

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This enormous building, opened in 2014 by Queen Maxima, is home to many little food shops, varying from doughnuts to tapas, and from Chinese food to Surinamese food. A delicious place to visit, and voted by The Guardian as one of Europe’s top ten food markets. When you are in Rotterdam, make sure to visit this place!

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Photos by Luvo Photography

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