Antwerp: Free Sightseeing Walking Tour with Booking Fee
- Small group
- Skip the line
- Duration: 2 hours
Book your place on this free and informative walking tour and enjoy 2-hours of city sightseeing with a local guide. To reserve your spot, simply pay a small booking fee, then look forward to your Antwerp adventure! The tour’s passionate local guides offer their services for free with the belief that everyone deserves to see very best of Antwerp, regardless of travel budgets. Meet your local guide in the heart of Antwerp and dive straight into a discovery of the city’s rich-history. As you wander through picturesque streets and quaint alleyways, listen to your guide share fascinating tales, anecdotes, and legends of Antwerp's colorful past. As you explore, allow yourself to be immersed in the secret stories, urban legends, and hidden mysteries of the city that come to life with every step. Highlights of the tour include Grote Markt, the Vleeshuis, Het Steen (the castle), Zwarte Panther,...
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It’s no coincidence that new beers frequently crop up for tasting here as Antwerp is, after all, the best beer destination – and beer is also gaining popularity worldwide. Beers like Bosbier, Korsakov, Gageleer, Kamil, ’t Lekske, IQ, Cabardouche, De Hopjutters, and Seefbier – to name a few – were recently launched in Antwerp. Yes, beer is trendy – and trending. In addition to all the new beers, attention is once again being paid to beers that have been undeservedly ignored. For example, Saison Dupont. Today everyone knows it, but 5 years ago it was unknown, even though the brewery has existed for four generations. The beer trend ensures that niche beers with a very distinct flavor are able to capture a place on the beer menu. More and more ultra-hoppy beers and heavy stouts are emerging. Until recently, stout was as good as dead. Now it’s back and in different variants, with alcohol per...
During the walk, you will explore the Market Square with the Town Hall and the beautiful Golden Age Guild Houses, the Cathedral of Our Lady with The Elevation of the Cross and The Descent from the Cross by Rubens, Saint-Paul's Church, the harbor and the Jewish district. You can visit Rubens' former house during the lunch break. In the former home and studio of the master, you will embark on a fascinating journey back in time and into the world of this great baroque artist. There is a lot of modern architecture in Antwerp, for example, the new Palace of Justice by Richard Rogers, the Museum aan de Stroom by Neutelings & Riedijk and the new Port House by Zaha Hadid. Downtown you can reflect on all you have seen and learnt with a nice Belgian beer.
Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel then embark on a historical exploration of the city center. Visit the bustling Market Square, also known as Grote Markt, nestled in the heart of the city’s old quarter. Admire the square's beautiful and iconic Brabo Fountain and learn about the history of the fountain, which was inaugurated in 1887. Continue the tour onto the stunning Renaissance City Hall and surrounding 16th and 17th century guild houses. Marvel at the intricate architecture of the buildings, which dominate the Antwerp skyline, and listen to your guide share insightful information about them. Walk to the magnificent Our Lady Cathedral next, which houses a collection of art pieces by famous Flemish masters. Wander through the medieval part of the city, Vlaeykensgang, characterized by narrow streets and crooked alleyways, then through Groenplaats Square until you reach the Mei...
Get to know Belgium on a 3-day bus tour and visit the 5 most important cities. Begin the tour in the capital city and take a short walk to the majestic Grand Place, the cradle of medieval Brussels. Then, hop onboard of the coach where a multilingual guide takes you to all the must-see highlights in the city center. To complete your Brussels tour, visit the outskirts of Brussels to see the Atomium, the Royal Residence Palace, and the EU district. Next stop on the tour: Antwerp, the old city with an impressive 13th-century castle that guarded the city and its medieval river port. Visit numerous sights of the world's largest harbor city including the Cathedral of Our Lady. Marvel at the countless paintings by world-class artists of the 17th century including the masterpieces of Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens. Continue the tour through Antwerp to see the ...
Avoid the hassle with trains and public transport when you visit Belgium from Holland for a day. Travel from Amsterdam across the border to the historical city of Antwerp and see the most stunning sights of Antwerp. Upon arrival, set off on a private guided walking tour, after which you have several hours to explore on your own. Explore marvelous museums, the local cuisine, and impressive historical sights. Admire the squares, medieval alleyways, churches, and old pubs. The history goes back many centuries and the facades in the historical old town demonstrate the wealth of Antwerp in the 15th and 16th centuries when the city was one of Europe's most important trade cities. At the end of the tour, meet with your guide again for the drive back to the Netherlands.
Start with pickup from your hotel in Amsterdam and meet your professional guide. First, drive to Antwerp and visit the second largest harbor in Europe and the hometown of the Flemish baroque painter, Peter Paul Rubens. Explore the historical city center of Antwerp and see the Town Hall, Saint-Paul's Church, and the beautiful Golden Age Guild Houses. Also notable for its striking modern architecture, see the new Palace of Justice, the Museum aan de Stroom, and the new Port House. You may also request free time to take a break for some lunch or to go shopping. Afterward, head to Brussels where you will discover the historic city center and many landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Manneken Pis, and Place de la Bourse Square. Discover the impressive historical architecture that Brussels is known for and learn about the history of the capital city of Belgium. From the city center, drive to...
Get picked up at your hotel by a professional guide who will drive you around so that you can discover Antwerp - the European capital of culture and the global center for diamonds - before you continue to visit Bruges - where the historic center was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Antwerp, you will visit the second biggest harbor in Europe and the home town of the Flemish Baroque painter, Peter Paul Rubens. You will explore the Market Square with the Town Hall, Saint-Paul's Church, and the beautiful Golden Age Guild Houses. There is not only history to discover in Antwerp, as it is also know for its modern architecture. See the new Palace of Justice, the Museum aan de Stroom, and the new Port House. Afterwards, go to Bruges and explore the charming area around the Dyver canal, stroll the cobbled square of Walplein, and wander through the narrow lanes of the Stoofstraat. You will...
Explore the city and see the many sights of Brussels. See the Atomium, the gothic cathedral, the 19th century Palace of Justice with its panoramic view over the entire city, the Jubilee Park with king Leopold II's museum island, and Universal Exhibition Halls. Explore the city freely at lunch and get restaurant recommendations such as "haute cuisine", or for simple but delicious mussels with fries. Taste delicious chocolates have a Gueuze beer at à la Mort Subite and a waffle at Cirio. Walk through the city in the afternoon. Visit the market over the Halles Saint-Géry, or the most beautiful market square of Europe, the "Grand Place". After the tour, head back to the Antwerp Cruise Terminal, or to a location of your choice in, or around Antwerp.
After being picked up from your hotel or accommodation in Amsterdam, you will receive personal service by a professional guide who will drive you around for the day. You will begin by visiting the second biggest harbor in Europe, and the home town of Flemish baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens. You will then explore the Market Square, complete with its Town Hall and the beautiful Golden Age Guild Houses, the Cathedral of Our Lady with The Elevation of the Cross, and The Descent from the Cross by Rubens, Saint-Paul's Church, the harbor and the Jewish district. There is not only history in Antwerp, the city is also know for its modern architecture. You can see the new Palace of Justice, the Museum aan de Stroom, and the new Port House. You also have the option to have some free time to walk by yourself. At the conclusion of tour, your guide will drive you back to your hotel.
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Our guide Bart did a great tour with us through Antwerpen explaining the history of the city in a very interesting, informative and amusing way. He also pointed out the best restaurants, waffle shops and beer bars, which were really helpful for the coming days. I can highly recommend this tour with him and because of him we will certainly visit Antwerp again. Once again thank you, Bart.
Patrick replaced Roger who was unavailable that day but the interest of the visit did not suffer at all: we had to deal with a real passionate and lover of Antwerp who made us want to come back to maybe take advantage be longer of his knowledge of the history of the city and its little secrets. Thanks to him for these few hours of sharing
Berem was our guide. He welcomed me in a very friendly way and showed me Antwerp in a very interesting and varied way. I am already looking forward to my next tour with Berem. Thank you very much again.
it was a splendid tour. we got to know historical places like cathedral and the great history of Antwerpen
It was a very informative tour with a very personable guide (Nick).