Explore Antwerp

Explore Antwerp

Take a day to explore the cobble lanes, quaint architecture and historic city centre, Antwerp knows just how to turn on the charm.


With many of innovative pop-ups and fledging start-ups that you come across while shopping, and which comes to life in the fashion district. The fashion department of the Royal Academy is one of the world's most influential: there are great promises who study in antwerp.

Grote Markt

Locals refer to Antwerp as cosmopolitan with a village atomsphere, where you'll find endless shops, museums, squares, architectural delights and terraces, within walking distance. Or grab one of Antwerp's city bikes (Velos) and cycle between the shops.

antwerp central station

Antwerp is always easily acccessible from regional or even national airports, you can reach the city in no time. Taking the train is a must because Antwerp Central railway station has won many beauty awards and been dubbed Europe's most romantic station.

Antwerp City

Explore the historic city from across the river Scheldt and admire the skyline from the Left Bank.




Antwerp port

Antwerp's deep sea port is 80 kilometres inland, not only do cruise ships have the exceptional opportunity to moor close to the city, the port also attracts domestic and seagoing vessels. There are several bus, boat and bicycle tours that take you around the ships, quays, cranes and terminals.

Cathedral of our lady

The most striking feature in the skyline, the Cathedral of Our Lady, the highest church tower features on the UNESCO World Heritage List. As well the MAS, a collection about the world in Antwerp at the Muesum aan de Stroom. From the rooftop, 60 meters above the ground, you can admire the whole city.

Ruben house

Antwerp is home to a few spectular muesums: the Middelheim Museum has a park of sculptures, Plantin-Moretus was the first museum to feature on the World Heritage List, The Rubens House, and Antwerp Zoo.

The Jane

There are a few spectular restaurants, a former chapel which houses Michelin-star restaurant The Jane, to the Palace in Meir. Antwerp thrives on innovation, thanks to the port's international influence, all cuisines are represented.

Grotew Markt

Visit the Diamond Square Mile is not to be missed. There are more diamonds in one square mile than in the rest of the world. Peppered across the city, there are plenty of dazzling window displays of goldsmiths and jewellery designers.