A visit behind the scenes

A visit behind the scenes gives you an intimate glimpse into a diamond cutting shop and a diamond exchange - places an outsider never normally gets to see. The visit is followed by an introduction to Antwerp as the diamond centre of the world.

Accompanied by a guide with a specialist knowledge of diamonds, the group will pay a visit to a diamond bourse and to a diamond-cutting shop with an introduction to Antwerp as the diamond centre of the world in the Antwerp World Diamond Centre Building, places an outsider never normally gets to see. Visits are possible for groups of up to 20 people. Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10 am to midday only (book four weeks in advance).

Languages: Dutch/French/German/English/Italian
Start: Antwerp World Diamond Centre building, Hoveniersstraat 22, 2018 Antwerp
Rate: 10 to 15 participants: 250 euros and from 16 to 20 participants: 300 euros (all-in)

Reservations: +32 3 202 48 90 or info@diamant.provant.be.

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