Car: Antwerp's city centre is a low emission zone. Register your car before entering Antwerp and check whether you may enter the zone. Antwerp's ring road is very busy and there are several major road works and construction projects are planned in the city until 2022, which will cause substantial traffic nuisance. Check the website of Slim naar Antwerpen for all information about how to get to Antwerp and about smart alternatives to travel into the city.
Parking: Make sure you plan your parking ahead. There are numerous free public parking facilities around the venue, as well as a paid parking area directly next to the venue. Find out more here.
Bus: You can easily get to Antwerp by bus with one of many city links. Book a ticket with one of the many bus companies.
Airport: Antwerp is located near two airports: Brussels Airport is just 45 km from Antwerp or a 30-minute drive, Antwerp’s airport (Deurne) is just 7 kilometres from the city, or a 15-minute drive. Brussels South Charleroi Airport is 115 km from Antwerp, Eindhoven Airport 87 km. From here you can also easily get to the city. You can find further information about the various airports near Antwerp here.
Train: Antwerp is really easy to get to by train. National and international trains, such as the Thalys, stop at Antwerp Central Station and/or Antwerp-Berchem. There are fifteen trains to and from Antwerp every hour. You can take one of several bus and tram lines into the city centre from Antwerp-Central and Antwerp-Berchem.
Tram: The venue is located on two main Tram routes. These are:
- Tram 2: Merksem-Hoboken
- Tram 6: Luchtbal-Olympiade