Sinksenfoor is a 6 week long annual fair on the Antwerp docks. With over 150 attractions along with the fairs in Brussels, Ghent, Bruges, Hasselt, Kortrijk, Liège and Ostend, Sinksenfoor belongs to the great Belgian fairgrounds. The fair takes its name from the Sinksenfeest, known as Pinkstere...Read more
The majestic Antwerp Zoo lays hidden in a quiet corner of the Astridplein next to the Central Station which makes it a perfect location. The Zoo Antwerp and Planckendael had 1,6 million visitors in 2013 and dates back from 1853 which makes it the oldest zoo in Belgium.
As the Rubens House is one of the most popular attractions in Antwerp, and we are very proud of his magnificent skills, I would like to introduce you to an amazing painter Sir Peter Paul Rubens.
Peter Paul Rubens was born in Siegen, Germany. Rubens began his education in Cologne, then i...Read more
The Central Station was opened in 1905, designed by L. Delacenserie, replacing a wooden station building.
Until March 23, 2007 it was a terminus: trains had to leave in the opposite direction they arrived.
The renovation of the eclectic Central Station has lasted nearly nine ...Read more