Rent a bike

<span>Just like the rest of Flanders, Antwerp is crazy about cycling. It is an excellent means of transportation for short distances.&nbsp;</span><span>In need of a rental bike? Antwerp has several bicycle rental shops.</span>

De Ligfiets
Steenhouwersvest 25 
2000 Antwerpen
+32 (0)3 293 74 56
info@ligfiets.be
 
Open: WE-FRI: 14h -18h, SA 11h - 18h, MO,TH & SU: by appointment only 
Pay attention, only recumbent bicycles!

Freewieler 
Steenplein 1
2000 Antwerpen
+32 (0)3 213 22 51
info@v-zit.be
 
Open daily from Easter Holidays till fall break from 10h - 18h
Groups: Reservation, whole year through
4 euro/hour, 9 euro/3 hours, 15 euro/day 

Levanto Fietspunt
Centraal Station Antwerpen
Fietsingang onder het Astridplein
+32 (0)3 203 06 73
Open: daily: Easter, July and August, everyday from 9h-19h
Weekdays during the rest of the year
Prices:+- 13 euro/day, 19 euro/2days, 24 euro/3 days, 6 euro/3 hours, ...

De Fietsenfikser
Amerikalei 173
2000 Antwerpen
+32 (0)3 238 32 00
jakke@fietsenfikser.be

www.fietsenfikser.be
 
Open: MO and FR: 12h – 19h, TU, WE and TH: 10h – 18h, SA: 12h – 17h

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