Rubens turned interior designer as part of the team that created this superb 1621 baroque church. A wonder of its era, the overwhelming...
Coffee is art at Normo, from the science-project dripping station to the rough walled room full of roasting ovens and the mismatched...
The cosy, double-level Brantyser gets the antique clutter effect just right while its enviable terrace surveys one of old Antwerp’s most...
Keizerstraat 10-12 · interesting places nearby
This lovely 17th-century building has a gem of a courtyard garden and displays artworks by Rubens, Jordaens, Van Dyck and Pieter Breughel the Younger whose Bosch-esque de Spreekwoorden you can see in two other versions in Lier .