Dubbed the 'Diamond District' and the cradle of Renaissance art, Antwerp is Belgium's trendy port city where history meets avant-garde, making every stroll an encounter with its opulent past and vibrant present. Read more

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Located in the Flanders region, Antwerp is Belgium's second-largest city and boasts a significant port, one of the largest in Europe. Historically, Antwerp has always been a place of exchange, both in terms of commerce and culture. Renowned for its diamond trade, the city also played a pivotal role in the art world, being home to Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens. Today, Antwerp is a bustling metropolis that retains its historical charm, beautifully juxtaposed with cutting-edge fashion and design, making it a haven for art enthusiasts, shopaholics, and history buffs alike.
Blending rich traditions with a zest for the new, Antwerp offers a kaleidoscopic experience – from meandering in medieval lanes to marveling at avant-garde fashion. A visit to this Belgian jewel is a journey through layers of time, each more captivating than the last.

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What to do in Antwerp

Cathedral of Our Lady (Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal)

A UNESCO World Heritage site, this Gothic cathedral showcases remarkable architecture and houses several masterpieces by Rubens.

Antwerp Zoo

One of the oldest zoos in the world, located right next to the central station, offering an enchanting experience for families.

Rubenshuis (Rubens House)

The former residence and studio of the famed artist Peter Paul Rubens, where visitors can admire a collection of his artworks and get a glimpse into his life.

Antwerp Central Station

An architectural marvel often considered one of the most beautiful train stations globally, blending Gothic, Renaissance, and Art Nouveau styles.

MAS (Museum aan de Stroom)

This contemporary museum tells Antwerp's story, from its port and trade history to its cultural significance, all while offering panoramic views from its rooftop.

Antwerp Diamond District

Explore the world's diamond trading capital, with its glittering showrooms and historic exchanges.

Fashion District & MoMu (Fashion Museum)

Delve into Antwerp's status as a global fashion capital, visiting designer boutiques and the museum that chronicles the evolution of style.

Red Star Line Museum

Discover tales of millions of Europeans who embarked from Antwerp to North America, seeking new lives, through this museum's poignant exhibits.

Plantin-Moretus Museum

A UNESCO-listed site, this museum was once the home of a pioneering printer and houses one of the world's oldest printing presses.

Grote Markt

Antwerp's main square, surrounded by the opulent guild houses, the City Hall, and the Brabo Fountain, narrating the legend behind the city's name.

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Leuven (43.34 km)

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Ghent (50.79 km)

Ghent, a mesmerizing blend of Gothic spires, medieval alleyways, and waterway reflections, captures the essence of Belgium's historical grandeur while pulsating with a youthful and contemporary spirit.

Ghent (50.8 km)

Ghent is a city and a municipality in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is the capital and largest city of the East Flanders province, and the third largest in the country, exceeded in size only by Brussels and Antwerp.

Waterloo (56.33 km)

Situated south of Brussels, this Belgian town has become synonymous with Napoleon's dramatic defeat in 1815, but also stands as a testament to Belgium's rich heritage and natural beauty.

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