Rotterdam Blaak is a railway and metro station in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Located in the centre of the city, not far from the cube houses and the Markthal, the station is served by trains operating on the Breda–Rotterdam railway between Rotterdam Centraal and Dordrecht.
The first railway station at this location – then called Rotterdam Beurs – was opened on 2 May 1877. It formed part of a 2.2 km long viaduct. Destroyed during World War II it was replaced by a new station, Rotterdam Blaak, opened in 1953.
The underground metro station opened on 6 May 1982, with space reserved for a possible underground railway station directly underneath it.
Address 3 Blaak, Rotterdam 3011GA, Netherlands
Coordinates 51°55'12.451" N 4°29'20.268" E