A 1930s pedestrian tunnel to the Linkeroever with beautiful original escalators and tilework.
A raised southern promenade links Het Steen to St-Jansvliet, a tree-shaded square where a lift descends to the 572m-long Sint-Annatunnel...
Giving a museum Unesco World Heritage status might seem odd – until you’ve seen this astonishing place. Once home to the world’s first...
Port bar Cafe Beveren is the proud keeper of the city's last remaining 1930s Decap dance organ, a colourful specimen that belts out...
De Kleine Zavel
The rough floorboards and wrought-iron chandeliers might suggest that this is another gleefully dishevelled Flemish bistro, but this...
Ernest van Dijckkaai 37 · interesting places nearby
This landmark 1950s building provides river views through enormous plate-glass windows and from summer tables that fan out along the walkway. It’s a superb place to be dazzled by sunset rays while ordering respectable, if somewhat predictable, modern standards. Bookings advised.