City tax

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As of 1 January 2014 a new city tax will become effective in Antwerp. From this date a fixed tax of 2.25 euros excl. VAT (2.39 euros incl. VAT) will be payable per person and per night that this person stays in Antwerp. A reduced tax of 0.5 euro excl. VAT (0.53 euro incl. VAT) will be levied on camp sites and sites for campervans. This amount will be added to the invoice of your accommodation.** 
 
The City of Antwerp will use this revenue for clean streets, information services, the maintenance of museums, improved mobility, safety and urban renewal.
 
** Accommodation which falls under the Flemish Parliament Act for Tourism for everyone and individuals under 12 are exempt from city tax. 

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