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Antwerp is the city that strongly believes that you can always do things just that little bit differently. Enjoy architectural feats such as the Antwerp Law Courts, the Bourla Theatre and MAS | Museum aan de Stroom. Treat yourself to dishes from all over the world. Explore the shopping streets with the many high-end shops and unique concept stores. Take a stroll along the River Scheldt and gaze at the port from afar. Don’t forget to visit the diamond district. And what about museums like the Rubens House, the Red Star Line Museum and Museum Plantin-Moretus. With world-class collections in a unique setting. Discover why our city is different from other cities. Discover Atypical Antwerp.
Antwerp is the city that strongly believes that you can always do things just that little bit differently. Enjoy architectural feats such as the Antwerp Law Courts, the Bourla Theatre and MAS | Museum aan de Stroom. Treat yourself to dishes from all over the world. Explore the shopping streets with the many high-end shops and unique concept stores. Take a stroll along the River Scheldt and gaze at the port from afar. Don’t forget to visit the diamond district. And what about museums like the Rubens House, the Red Star Line Museum and Museum Plantin-Moretus. With world-class collections in a unique setting. Discover why our city is different from other cities. Discover Atypical Antwerp.
Are you interested in exploring all of Antwerp? Then use the Antwerp City Card as your guide. The card will open the nicest, tastiest and most surprising doors of the city for you, for free or at a discount. What’s more, you can choose how long you want to use it. Depending on how much time you will be spending in Antwerp, you can choose a card that is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. The Antwerp City Card costs 27 euros for 24 hours, 35 euros for 48 hours or 40 euros for 72 hours.
Antwerpers take pride and have passion for food – true foodies at heart. In the Golden Age (16th century), all types of food, drink, herbs and spices from countries all over the world were transported through the Port. Even today, food is brought in from all corners of the globe, contributing to the city’s fascinating diversity. Food knows no boundaries in the city with exotic and foreign being held in high esteem amongst locals. New trends are tested and refined on the adventurous food lovers of the city. Many a cuisine buzzword is used here - European, exotic, classic French transformed with a delicate Belgian touch is what to consider on the menu of Antwerp! The biggest concentration of restaurants is in the historic city centre and Antwerpen-Zuid.
’Antwerp by night’ starts with good food, always a highlight. Chatting away the hours with friends in a funky bar or on the river terraces in the summer is the low key ‘night out’. For an adrenalin pumping, party night, the city is your dance floor - salsa, hard rock, disco or drum ’n bass, the beat thumps and the dance clubs heave around the city center and along the river Scheldt.
One of the many titles bestowed on Antwerp in the sixteenth century was ‘triomfelycke coopstad’ (triumphant shopping city). Even today, the city languishes in the accolades of shoppers in the know - shopping in Antwerp means pedestrian streets, historic dwellings and bustling shopping centers. Do you want to find out how Antwerp became a fashion capital? Hear more about the stories of the designers, the Academy, find out fashion facts and learn more about special places to go? Then download the Fashion in Antwerp app (http://www.fashioninantwerp.be). You can choose from five routes and one Best of, or 64 unique locations which tell the story of fashion in Antwerp, from the sixteenth century to the present day.
Antwerp is located centrally in Europe and can be easily reached by bike, by car, by train and by plane. The city is situated at a crossroads of motorways and prides itself on a modern railway network, which extends to the center of the city. The city also has an extensive network of tram and bus lines.
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