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Amazing artworks and hidden secrets! That is Rubenshuis. Former residence and studio of Peter Paul Rubens is now an enchanting museum of Antwerp. The collection of the museum enriched with masterpieces of Rubens and other talented contemporaries. Visit to explore the artistic taste of the incredibly gifted artist between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. It remains closed on every Monday.
Located along the River Scheldt, the Museum Aan De Stroom is the largest museum of Antwerp. Opened in 2011, the stunning architecture and spectacular collection of the museum levitates gaggles of people towards it. Explore the building from tip to top. As you step up the stairs and escalators, you will realize the museum is larger than the structure depicts. Exhibiting more than four million artifacts and objects, it is widely popular in Europe. You can visit it between 10:00 am to 5:00 pm except for Monday.
Established in July 1843, the Antwerp Zoo is the oldest zoological garden in Belgium. It features together with its sister park 'Planckendael', more than seven thousand wildlife creatures with over thousands of species. Spreading in an area of ten hectares, the zoological park allows a walk on the wild side of the park highlighting the deadliest and most ferocious animals. It has a stunning collection of flora and fauna along with giant pandas, king penguin, sea otter, white and albino animals, Californian Sea lions, leopards, jaguar, American Bison, Polar Bear, Brazilian Tapir and a wide range of exotic species. With the catchy eye flora and exotic fauna, it draws the attention of the tourists. Antwerp Zoo also features a dolphinarium along with Egyptian Temple, Moor Temple, Bird Building, Nocturama, Reptile Building, Greek Temple, Aquarium and Winter garden highlighting tropical greenhouse. It opens at 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. And extends its closing hours to 7:00 pm on Sundays.
Located on the port of Antwerp, Het Steen is a fortress of the medieval era. It features three museums inside its vast area, Museum of Antiquities, National Maritime Museum and Museum Aan De Stroom. The fantastic enclosures and marvel structure of the castle tempt excursionists to enter into Het Steen.
Park Spoor Noord is the most popular site of Antwerp with residents, grooving clubs, enthusiastic sports, and vast open ground for exploring natural enclosures. Pamper yourself in the summer bar by leaning back on the beach chair with a cocktail in hand. The spewing fountains of the park are a sensation for children to splash endlessly. Relaxing music, wood fried pizzas, fresh cocktails, delicious salads and tempting burgers on the terrace with the spectacular park view! Bar North Zomerbar serves fried pizzas, refreshing cocktails, delicious salads, and tempting burgers on the patio with a panoramic park view! It invites you to enjoy an enchanting evening here. Visit on time as great spots acquired quickly.
Being a part of Nachtegalen Park, Middleheim Open Air Museum is a sculpture museum with leading sculptors of modern and contemporary visual arts. Covering an area of thirty acres, it spent fifty years investing in the development of the unique and impressive collection of masterpieces and artworks. It features countless artworks of art history which are artistic in its way. The Middleheim highlights a fascinating overview of over a hundred years of visual arts and modern sculptures. Becoming a permanent venue for aesthetic beauty, the museum prides itself on its fantastic collection. It welcomes more than three million flocks every year with the visiting hours of 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.
The second largest city of Belgium with the biggest port and capital of cool possesses powerful magnet for everyone from fashion moguls to art lovers and from club queens to diamond dealers. The city had maintained an intriguing medieval heart with many cafés filled cobbled lanes, an impressive cathedral, riverside fortress, and fascinating museums. Today, its top drawcards are its trendy fashion, cultural contrasts, and vibrant entertainment scene with startling architectural.
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How To Get Around?
The mode of transportation is easy for getting around in Antwerp. Use the ones which suit your need and budget. You can travel on trams, buses, cabs, and taxis. Public transits are economical and easily accessible. You will also find the city taxi at the significant dropping and picking tourists spot. However, a self-drive car or hire a vehicle is good to opt for a leisure tour. Antwerp is famous for its Horse Tram. Moreover, walking is best as many tourist attractions located near each other inside the city
What Should I Wear?
Comfortable attire provides a leisure trip. Take the clothes which are easy to carry and cozy to wear. Pack light weighted and soft fabric clothes like tees, shirts, jeans and so on. Moreover, breezy long dress, jumpsuits, and tunics will look fabulous with stylish accessories. Flip-flops, shoes and flat sandals are best for the pedestrian excursion.
Best Time to Visit
Late spring months are best to explore Antwerp with a moderate climate and peaceful surroundings. You can also visit it during the summer months. Moreover, July to October features fewer crowds with warm temperature.
Will I Need a Guide?
No. This website provides enough information that you will require for this tour. It is the best guide.
How To Get There?
You can reach Antwerp by car, train, airplane, or bus. Antwerp International Airport is the main gateway with several airlines. The city also possesses three other ports; Brussels Airport, Charleroi Airport, and Schiphol Airport. Board a flight for any of them. You can also book the tickets for the bus departing from nearby cities.
Take a water bottle throughout the excursion. Be aware of pickpockets and take care of your valuables and belongings. Prefer to have less money, make payment through online mode but cautiously.