Giving a museum Unesco World Heritage status might seem odd – until you’ve seen this astonishing place. Once home to the world’s first...
Antwerp's mode museum, MoMu, is located in the much-celebrated ModeNatie complex, home also to both the Flanders Fashion Institute and...
This picturesque passage – known as 'Pie Alley' – dates to 1591 and was originally a street of shoemakers.
More than 200 jenever (gin; €2.20 to €7.50) are served in this bare-boards local café or sold by the bottle across the road from its...
De Groote Witte Arend
Retaining the Tuscan stone arcade of a 15th- and 17th-century convent building, as well as a little family chapel, this place combines...
Vrijdag Markt information
Operating since the 16th century, this is the city’s oldest ‘antique’ flea market, selling everything by auction (in fast Dutch). Brocante (bric-a-brac) traders have taken over Kloosterstraat and Oever (south of St-Jansvliet) and supply the weekly Rommelmarkt .