Antwerp travel guide

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You're Going to Love Antwerp

Antwerp offers the best of both worlds, combining an enchanting and historic city center with a thriving modern economy. Historically, Antwerp was a powerful economic hub, and it continues to take a leading role in the region. Culturally, Antwerp is home to impressive museums, a successful contemporary arts and fashion scene and entertainment options for every taste.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Antwerp

What to do in Antwerp

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Top activities & attractions in Antwerp

When to Visit Antwerp

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With a seasonal climate, most tourists opt to visit during the spring and summer months between May and September, when average temperatures hover around 60°F to 65°F.

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How to Get to Antwerp

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Where to Stay in Antwerp

At Hotel Elzenveld, you'll stay in classic contemporary luxury, with lovely courtyard gardens in a building that once housed a hospital in the Middle Ages. At the Hotel Rubenshof, you can stay in a late 19th century mansion with an ornate rococo design.

Popular Neighborhoods in Antwerp

Most popular hotel in Antwerp by neighborhood

Historisch Centrum

Where to stay in popular areas of Antwerp

Most booked hotels in Antwerp

How to Get Around Antwerp

The Cost of Living in Antwerp

Shopping Streets

The Meir shopping street runs between the City Hall and central train station. The Fashion District is located along the river to the south of the historic City Centre.

Groceries and Other

Carrefour and Delhaize are two of the many supermarket chains you'll find sprinkled throughout the city, offering a good selection of items at reasonable prices. A gallon of milk is about EU3.25 and a dozen eggs about EU2.40.

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Where to Eat in Antwerp

Enjoy the atmosphere along with the fine dining cuisine at The Jane, designed by architect Piet Boon. A multi-course dinner menu starts at EU85. Elfde Gebod serves classic Belgian dishes in a gorgeous medieval building, with mains that start at EU14.