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Antwerp is the second most populous city after Brussels. It is located in the northern part of the country. It is situated on the right bank of the river Scheldt, that empties into the North Sea. The Antwerp harbor is the second largest in Europe after Rotterdam. Antwerp is famous not only for the diamond industry, but also for the Flemish painter Peter Paul Rubens, who lived there. That is why the city is also called the "city of Rubens". It has also nickname "Jerusalem of the West", because of the large Jewish community that have lived here since the 16th century.
In Antwerp, we offer about 150 hotels, guesthouses and apartments. If you expect, that there are many five-star hotels in the city, surprisingly there is none. Even so you have a choice of a number of luxury hotel brands such as Hilton Antwerp Hotel, Radisson Blu Astrid, Crowne Plaza Antwerp or Mercure Antwerpen Centrum Opera. Most of these hotels are located in the heart of the diamond district. Cheaper accommodation offer in Antwerp Guesthouses (B & B) and apartments (private accommodation). Very popular are these pensions: De Witte Nijl, B & B Koto, B & B Suites @ FEEK or pension Yellow Submarine. The most popular hotels in Antwerp include De Keyser Hotel or Hotel Banks.
Antwerp history dates back to the beginning of our millennium. Great development and economic boom was started in the first half of the 14th century. When the navigable channel Zwin in Bruges became constipated at the beginning of the 16th century, most of the trade moved to Antwerp. The town thus became a major commercial and financial center of Europe. In the second half of the 16th century, Antwerp became the focus of the politico-religious struggle between the Protestant north and the Catholic south (Spain). These rifts have resulted in the closure of the river Scheldt (1585) for business and this meant a little economic disasterfor Antwerp. The river Scheldt remained closed for almost two centuries, and its navigability was renewed in 1863. Since then, the Antwerp has started to recover economic growth. Interruption of prosperity occurred only during both world wars. Today, Antwerp is the major European port, major stock of rough diamonds and cultural center.
If you wish to reach Antwerp by plane, you can use one of the low cost airlines flying to Brussels. From Brussels airport, a bus runs every hour and will take you to the center of Antwerp. Public transport consists of buses and trams. Some of these tram lines are routed underground and are referred to as metro. Single tickets for urban transport can be purchased at newsstands, shops or tourist offices.
There are lots of sights and attractions in Antwerp. The historical buildings are dominated by a masterpiece of Gothic architecture - the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary. As it is located on the waterfront of the river Scheldt and has impressive parameters (height 117 m, length 65 m), it is visible from several kilometers. South from the cathedral you can find the heart of the city, the former marketplace Grote Markt. This square with an irregular shape is dominated by the Renaissance town hall, surrounded by houses from the 16th and 17th centuries. The oldest building in Antwerp is 800 years old castle t 'Steen (meaning "stone").
Antwerp is connected to many prominent painters. The most famous is Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640). You can visit his house in Antwerp. In the past, the house was often visited by other leading painters as a portrait painter Anthony van Dyck, Frans Snyders and Jan Brueghel. Although the house looks from the outside like it is not worth a visit, the tour is really recommended. Ruben’s other paintings are on display in the Museum Plantin - Moretus. Also, the famous Czech Baroque engraver and draftsman Václav Hollar lived in Antwerp for some time.
Antwerp is also called “City of diamonds”. Diamond cutters settled here during the 16th century. Most of the world's diamond production comes from Antwerp. There is also a Museum of diamonds in the city that hosts an exhibition of these beautiful stones. If you are interested in buying, come to Zurenborg district, which is lined with jewellery stores.
As well as for example the Czech Republic is known for good beer, the same can be said about Belgium. Throughout Belgium there are brewed about 1,000 beers and, without exaggeration, we can say that each beer is unique. You can choose from dark, semi-dark, light or large quantities of fruit beers. In Antwerp, the beer is brewed in the brewery De Koninck (also known as "Bolleke").
Antwerp is the only place in Belgium that hosted Summer Olympics.. It was in 1920 as the first Games after the 1st World War. In 2013 Antwerp hosted the World Championships in artistic gymnastics.
Olijftakstraat 32, Antwerp
Set in the Antwerp District district of Antwerp, Goodnight Antwerp is less than 1 km from Astrid Square Antwerp and an 11-minute walk from Antwerp Zoo. With a shared lounge, the property also has a bar.
Kempischdok - Westkaai 84-90, Antwerp
In the northern part of Antwerp, Hotel Docklands offers modern rooms 3 km from the historical centre with the Town Square and City Hall. It offers free WiFi.
Paul Smekensplein 30 app 402 (Oude Leeuwenrui 8), Antwerp
Offering free WiFi and city views, Staark provides accommodation situated in Antwerp, just 200 metres from MAS Museum Antwerp. The property is 800 metres from Cathedral of Our Lady and an 11-minute walk from Groenplaats Antwerp.
31 Lange Klarenstraat, Antwerp
Situated in Antwerp, Smartflats Design - Meir offers accommodation with free WiFi, seating area and flat-screen TV. Featuring a living room with a sofa, as well as a fully equipped kitchen, each unit has a private bathroom with shower.
Veemarkt 26, Antwerp
This bed and breakfast offers rooms in the centre of Antwerp, only a 5-minute walk from the Grote Markt. Urban Dreams includes free Wi-Fi in the entire hotel and guests can enjoy free tea or coffee throughout the day in the kitchen area.
Schuttershofstraat 5, Antwerp
Set 1.5 km from Meir and featuring a terrace and free WiFi, Smartflats Design - Rubens features accommodation in Antwerp.
4 Meir, Antwerp
Featuring a terrace, Smartflats Design - Old Town is located in the Antwerp District district of Antwerp, 400 metres from Rubenshuis and 700 metres from Groenplaats Antwerp. Complimentary WiFi is featured.
Heilige Geeststraat 7, Antwerp
Located in Antwerp, this holiday home is situated 100 metres from Plantin-Moretus Museum. The holiday home is 200 metres from Groenplaats Antwerp.
Schildersstraat 23, Antwerp
Located in the heart of Antwerp’s historical centre, in the trendy Zuid District, Antwerp Museum Suites Guesthouse overlooks the Royal Museum of Fine Arts offers modern accommodation with free WiFi. Numerous sights including the fashion district are within an easy walking distance.
Lange Lozanastraat 16, Antwerp
B&B Luxe Suites is set just outside Antwerp’s charming city centre and offers 2 large suites with fully-equipped kitchens and a private balcony or terrace. There is an indoor pool and sauna for communal use.
Charlottalei 49, Antwerp
A 10-minute walk from the centre, The Plaza Hotel is situated in a peaceful area near Antwerp’s City Park and offers guests free WiFi in all areas. This family-run hotel has a private underground parking on site.
6 Kribbestraat, Antwerp
Situated in Antwerp in the Antwerpen Province region, Antwerp City Center Furnished Apartments is a 4-star property boasting free WiFi. The MAS Museum Antwerp is within 400 metres of the apartment.
Groenplaats 32, Antwerp
Set in a monumental building in the heart of historic centre of Antwerp, Hilton Antwerp Old Town overlooks the Groenplaats Square. There is a 24-hour gym and guests benefit from the Superb Executive Lounge with a roof terrace overlooking the Cathedral of Our Lady.
Koningin Astridplein 43, Antwerp
The Hotel Indigo Antwerp City Centre is located in the heart of the city close to the Central Station, ZOO Antwerp, Flanders Meeting & Convention Center and the main shopping streets. This boutique hotel features 82 rooms, designed with oak features and modern accents.
2 Koninginnestraat, Antwerp
Hotel Quartier Latin provides accommodation in Antwerp near Rubenshuis and Meir. The property is situated an 11-minute walk from Plantin-Moretus Museum, an 11-minute walk from Groenplaats Antwerp and 1.
Drie Eikenstraat 655, Antwerp
Situated in Edegem in the Antwerpen Province Region, Hotel Drie Eiken boasts a terrace..
Van Ertborntstraat 11, Antwerp
Smartflat Design offers luxurious apartments furnished with eco-friendly materials in the centre of Antwerpen only 50 metres from Opera Metro Station. This design hotel benefits from free WiFi.
Pelikaanstraat 10-16 , Antwerp
Situated right next to Antwerp Central Station and 200 metres from the convention centre and Antwerp Zoo, Hampton By Hilton Antwerp Central Station provides complementary breakfast and rooms with free WiFi. Some of the rooms are also available with Shabbat facilities.
Oude Beurs 29, Antwerp
Hotel Rubens-Grote Markt is situated less than a 1-minute walk from the lively Market Square with bars and restaurants, as well as The Cathedral of Our Lady. It has a 24-hour front desk and free wireless internet access throughout the property.
6 Kolveniersstraat, Antwerp
Situated a 1-minute walk from Meir in Antwerp, Roaring 20's Apartment Meir offers accommodation with a kitchen. This property is a 1-minute walk from Rubenshuis.