Go to Meir – Keyserlei – Nationalestraat – Grand Bazar…
Shops open on Saturdays and weekdays.
Chocolate museum with workshops, tastings and multimedia exhibitions on the history of chocolate making.
Museum aan de Stroom (MAS)
Striking red sandstone museum with high-tech exhibitions about Antwerp's place in the world.
Antwerp Central Station, also known as the Central Station or Railway Cathedral by Antwerp residents, was put into use in 1905. The building consists of a steel platform roof and a stone station building in eclectic style. In 2007, a tunnel opened under the station, meaning Antwerp Central is no longer a terminal station. Central Station has been voted several times as one of the most beautiful stations in the world.
Onze Lieve Vrouw kathedraal
Gothic cathedral with monumental spire, known for its Baroque masterpieces by Rubens.
Koninklijk Museum voor
Schone Kunsten (KMSKA)
Monumental neoclassical museum with mainly Flemish and Belgian art from the 14th to 20th centuries.
Museum Plantin – Moretus
Mansion museum with the oldest printing presses in the world, books, antiques, tapestries and art.
Medieval fortress in the city center and oldest building in Antwerp on the river.
Museum in Rubens' 17th century home with his paintings, sculptures and tapestries.
Grote Markt Antwerpen met Brabofontein
The Grote Markt of Antwerp is a square with many guild houses located in the old city, within walking distance of the Schelde.