Are you planning some Christmas travel to Antwerp? The whole city lights up around the holiday season with ice-skating, twinkling lights and Christmas markets to keep you in the festive mood. We’ve put together a short list of must-do Christmas activities to make the most of your time here.
Christmas Market Antwerp Did you know that there are no less than 100 stalls in the Christmas market in Antw...
We know the children are barely back in school but now is a great time to start planning your fall break to Antwerp. Your children will remember an exciting weekend in Antwerp over anything you could do at home and it gives you all something to look forward to! There are a huge variety of fun family-friendly things to do in Antwerp, from indoor theme parks to exploring our fascinating rivers and underground canals. Read more for family-friendly inspiration:
If you love keeping up with the latest trends and pride yourself on your fashion sense, Antwerp is a fantastic shopping destination. We have a great selection of high-street, high-end and boutique stores to choose from so there is something to suit every style and budget. Here are our must-visit shopping areas:
Diamond Square As soon as you step out of Central Station, you are immediately surrounded by some of Antwerp’s
We know that Antwerp is the best city in the world – we may be a little biased on that one – but every now and again we like to leave our vibrant little city and take a short day trip to one of Belgium’s other lovely towns. Here are our pick of the best:
Ghent ( 54mins drive – 60kms) A colourful city, filled with a million things to see and do, Ghent is almost as trendy as Antwerp so it's a great place to visit and ...
Our city is brimming with exciting things to do and see; everything from fashion to culture and history. For some of our guests from overseas however, our culture and language can be very different from home. We have put together a short list of things to remember when visiting Antwerp to make your stay as easy as possible.
Depending on which part of Belgium you are visiting, the language varies from Dutch to German and in some parts even French. Here in Antwerp...