Attention: since August 1st 2023, the parking policy in the City of Antwerp has changed.

Read more on Parking on the street | Smart ways to Antwerp or Transport in and to Antwerp.

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Antwerp welcomes you
Antwerp welcomes you
Antwerp welcomes you
Antwerp welcomes you

Antwerp City Guides

Antwerp welcomes you

Sinjoren are the true Antwerp people, born and living between the river Scheldt and the Leien (the wide avenues surrounding the ancient city). Very friendly but proud they love to show you the most beautiful places of their ‘metropolis’. They start near Het Steen (Lange Wapper statue) and through very nice little streets and alleys, such as Vlaeykensgang and Wijngaardstraat they take you to lively squares such as Vrijdagmarkt, Handschoenmarkt, Groenplaats and Conscienceplein.

In which languages is this activity/tour/event available?
Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian

Available time slots

To see if the desired time slot is available, enter the number of participants under ‘Group size (Group ticket)’, choose the guide language and select the date.

From 01/11/2020 11:00 pm (UTC) until 31/12/2030 10:59 pm (UTC)

130,00 per group

Attention: from July 1 2023, the starting point for this guided tour will be
Lange Wapper Statue
Steenplein 1
2000 Antwerpen
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If you come by coach, you can opt for coach parking lot Orteliuskaai as your starting location. Should you choose this option, please mention this in the order process in the Order notes under Additional information.
Coach parking lot Orteliuskaai → Entrance is located opposite Jordaenskaai 2, 2000 Antwerpen

More information about transport in and to Antwerp + coach parking area

Specific questions about this tour/activity? Please contact us via our contact form.
Questions about a booking? Do not forget to mention your order number and the visit date.
An urgent question? By phone, you can reach us on +32 3 205 56 05.

The painting ‘Lamentation of Christ’ by Quinten Metsys is unfortunately under restoration and thus not currently on exhibition in the Cathedral.

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