City tour/walk through the historical Antwerp with the Church of Our Lady, Steen Castle, Vleeshuis and Grote Markt: Antwerp is the most important port city in Belgium, lies on the Scheldt River, 88 km before meeting with the North Sea. In the 16th century, the city was one of the richest trading cities in Europe. Since 1863 Antwerp has experienced a new heyday as a Belgian port. The city's container port is one of the largest in the world and - after Rotterdam - the second largest in Europe. Due to its historical port location, a remarkable metropolitan diversity of gastronomy with international influences developed. Antwerp has a variety of architectural highlights, most of which date from the 16th and 17th centuries. Discover the different sides of Antwerp on a city tour and a long walk. You will see the late Gothic Church of Our Lady, the largest church in Belgium. Also on the tour are Steen Castle, the dock halls and the Vleeshuis (meat house) as well as the Grote Markt. Stroll through the medieval alleys, past modern buildings or let the flair of this city take effect during a leisurely break in one of the many cafés.
Living history and a sheer idyll on an excursion to Bruges with its delightful medieval city centre or a bus tour through the busy port of Antwerp, the second largest port in Europe, with its ocean liners and drawbridges.