World Recreational Fishing Conference 9
28 June – 2 July 2020 – Rotterdam, the Netherlands
The WRFC 9 will take place in the conference centre called De Doelen right in de centre of Rotterdam, only a few minutes walk from the Central trainstation of the city.
The conference dinner will be on the SS Rotterdam, an authentic steamship that has been restored and now functions as a hotel, restaurant, public swimming pool and conference centre as well. We will enjoy the conference dinner with a panoramic view on the city and the harbor.
Rotterdam is easy to travel to from Amsterdam airport Schiphol. This page shows you how to get there, it gives information about traveling in the city of Rotterdam and you can find the link to our partner to make your hotel reservation with a special WRFC 9 Rate.
Rotterdam – Places to stay
There are numerous hotels in Rotterdam for every budget. Sportvisserij Nederland has found a partner for negotiating special rates for participants in several hotels in Rotterdam: Preferred
- Rotterdam Marriott Hotel – from € 215.00
- The James Rotterdam – from € 114.50
- Hilton Rotterdam – from € 195.00
- Bilderberg Parkhotel Rotterdam – from € 134.00
- Ibis Rotterdam City Centre – from € 135.00
- Savoy Hotel Rotterdam – from € 169.00
- The Student Hotel Rotterdam – from € 117.00
Room rates are per room per night. Click here to go to the booking site.
How to get to Rotterdam
Schiphol International Airport is the most user friendly airport in the world
and the 5th largest of Europe. It has already repeatedly earned the accolade of being the world’s favorite airport. Schiphol is a major international hub and the gateway to Europe. Here you can find an instruction video about the ease of travelling from Schiphol to Rotterdam Central Station.
Public transportation in Rotterdam
All public transportation is possible in the city of Rotterdam. There are i.e.:
Metro, Train, Bus, Tram, Watertaxi, Public Bicycles and regular Taxi
Fishing in Rotterdam
From Rotterdam there are various excellent fishing opportunities ranging from fishing saltwater, brakkish water to freshwater, all within a short distance. The North Sea has flatfish, cod and a population of seabass. Also from the banks in the harbor close to the rivermouth seabass can be a great targetfish. In the Netherlands you do not need a license for fishing in the sea. For fishing in Rotterdam you need a license called the VISpas which allows you to fish with 2 rods in most waters in the Netherlands. The freshwater nearby contains large perch, pikeperch as well as pike and populations of bream, roach and asps. CONTINUE READING >