Flandria

Take a tour of the Scheldt and Antwerp&rsquo;s port onboard the Flandria boats.<br />

A port tour is the perfect way to get to know Antwerp’s port, which is the second-largest port in Europe, better. Choose from a short or a long port tour. Or why not just enjoy the peace and quiet and the stunning view of Antwerp’s skyline and the river banks during your Scheldt tour.
 
You can buy drinks from the nice boat bar during the tour.
 
The port tours leave from Londonbrug while the Scheldt tour leaves from the pontoon in Steenplein.
 
Go to http://www.flandria.nufor further details about their tours.

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Steenplein 1
Antwerpen
+32 3 231 31 00
http://www.flandria.nu
info@flandria.nu

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