Antwerp City Card

Get all you can out of Antwerp! Are you interested in exploring all of Antwerp? Then use the Antwerp City Card as your guide. The card will open the nicest, tastiest and most surprising doors of the city for you, for free or at a discount. What&rsquo;s more, you can choose how long you want to use it.<br />

The best of Antwerp

Antwerp has so much to offer that it would take a lifetime to discover everything. But you only have a weekend or a midweek. That is why we selected the best the city has to offer: the Cathedral of Our Lady, the Rubens House, the MAS museum... and what’s more, your Antwerp City Card entitles you to free admission to all these attractions.

You can also use public transportation free of charge as long as your Antwerp City Card is valid. Besides this, you can also cheaply rent a bike, receive a discount in the chip shop and use your free ticket for the hopNstop shuttle (do take it at least once!).

24, 48 or 72 hours

The Antwerp City Card tells you what to see in the city but it doesn’t tell you when to visit these attractions. That’s up to you to decide. Depending on how much time you will be spending in Antwerp, you can choose a card that is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours. Your card is activated when you use it for the first time.

The Antwerp City Card costs 27 euros for 24 hours, 35 euros for 48 hours or 40 euros for 72 hours. The validity period of your transport pass always starts on the day you purchase your Antwerp City Card. Do you want this to coincide with your first visit? Then tell the information desk assistant so they can fill in another date on the back of your card.

Use your discounts throughout the year

Is your card no longer valid? Don’t worry, because remember, you also received a booklet full of vouchers for shops all over the city, on top of your discounts. These remain valid until 31 January 2017. So you can use them next time you visit Antwerp for the weekend!

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