Parking for people with disabilities

<a href="http:// http://toepark.be/#/">The Toepark website</a> and app will show you the handicapped parking places that are close to your destination. They will also provide you with driving directions to the parking place of your choice.&nbsp;

The Toepark website and app will show you the handicapped parking places that are close to your destination. They will also provide you with driving directions to the parking place of your choice.

Toepark (Toegankelijk parkeren - parking for people with disabilities) is very easy to use. You enter your desired destination via the Toepark website or the mobile app. The screen will then show you a map of the city with an overview of all the handicapped parking places in the area of your choice – not only in Antwerp but also in the rest of Flanders.

Download the Toepark app via the iTunes App Store or Google Play.
 

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Coach parking

Coach parking

A spacious and comfortable coach parking has been created at the top of Quay 19. This car park is a convenient 10-minute walk from the historic city centre. Free parking with no reservations required.

Park your bike

Park your bike

You will find street-side bicycle racks near public areas throughout the city. This makes it easy for cyclists to park and secure their bikes. 

Parking in Antwerp

Parking in Antwerp

Antwerp is a vibrant city. And all those residents and visitors who bring so much life to the city also require a lot of parking for their cars. In order to give everyone an equal chance at a parking spot, there is paid parking in many places throughout Antwerp.

Parking for campers

Parking for campers

Visiting Antwerp with a camper? Then you can park on the streets where you see a blue sign with nothing but a white P on it (an E9a sign). You are not allowed to camp or spend the night on public property. But you can do that at one of our campgrounds: 

Camping De Molen


Camperpark Vogelenzang


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