Rotterdam Centraal is the most important station in Rotterdam and was opened in 1847. Rotterdam Centraal station is equipped with 13 platforms and facilities for disabled passengers, toilets, cafés, ticket offices and a waiting room. There is vehicle and bicycle parking outside, as well as a stop with connecting buses. Trains that pass through this station are bound for Breukelen, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Zeist and Rhenen and all are operated by Dutch railway company Nederlandse Spoorwegen N.V. It is estimated that around 110,000 passengers use this station every day. Alighting at Rotterdam, you can catch the connecting underground trains, buses or trams that will take you to see the cubic houses of Piet Blom, the Zoo, the Bojimans Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Kunsthal and the Church of St. Lawrence.