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A few hours in Rotterdam

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We will travel from Brussels to Amsterdam late this month and plan to stay in Rotterdam for a couple/few hours. I am wondering if there is anything worth the short stop?

The windmills at Kinderdijk is certainly a big attraction, but the public transport will take over 2 hours for return. An option is to rent a car, but we dont even need to rent for a whole day. To make it cost-effective, maybe we could drop the car in Amsterdam?

Another question, our train ticket is Eurostar from London to any city in Dutch. We can stop over at Brussel for up to 24 hours, then take almost any train to Dutch. Could anyone confirm once we leave the trainstation at Rotterdam, we need to buy another ticket for intercity travelling from Rotterdam to Amsterdam?

Thanks in advance.

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