Eendrachtsplein metro station

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Rotterdam Metro station
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Coordinates51°54′59″N 4°28′25″E / 51.91639°N 4.47361°E / 51.91639; 4.47361Coordinates: 51°54′59″N 4°28′25″E / 51.91639°N 4.47361°E / 51.91639; 4.47361
Owned byRET
Preceding station   Rotterdam Metro   Following station
Line A
Not on evenings and early weekend mornings
toward Binnenhof
Line B
toward Nesselande
toward De Akkers
Line C
toward De Terp

Eendrachtsplein is an underground subway station in the center of Rotterdam. It is part of the Rotterdam Metro lines A, B, and C. The station is named after Eendracht Square (which is Eendrachtsplein in Dutch). It was opened on May 10, 1982. The station is located near several cultural hotspots, of which photos and location information are displayed on information panels on the station walls. Many party-goers head to this station, particularly on Friday and Saturday evenings, to dwell around famous cafés, bars and venues in neighboring Nieuwe Binnenweg, Oude Binnenweg and Westersingel.

The station is between Dijkzigt and Beurs on the East-West Line (formerly Caland line), nowadays lines A, B, and C.