This 'water gate' on the Scheldt River dates to 1624 and is said to have been designed by Rubens.
The permanent collection gives a splendid potted history of photography (albeit mostly in Dutch), but there are also regularly changing...
KMSKA is one of Europe's finest art galleries, but it will be closed until the end of 2017 while it undergoes a total renovation....
Boasting the sunniest terrace in Antwerp and a fantastic contemporary fitout, this cafe is the hub of the 'new Zuid', with lots of...
Civiltà del Bere
Come here for bar-stool lunches, or dinners of various carpaccios or thin-crust pizza at this casual, stylish authentic Italian. Wine...
Bolivarplaats · interesting places nearby
Antwerp’s 21st-century law courts have a distinctive series of gleaming titanium ‘sails’. Designed by Richard Rogers, famous for the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the building is pleasant enough but failed to find the architectural cachet the city hoped for and there’s little for visitors within.