This is Antwerp app

<div> <span>Want to know all about the latest events and hotspots in Antwerp? Then follow in the footsteps of a local and explore the city with the&nbsp;</span><span>This is Antwerp</span><span>&nbsp;app.&nbsp;</span></div>

This is Antwerp reveals the hidden gems of the city in collaboration with a large network of active and inspiring young locals. The app offers an alternative to the traditional tourist highlights. This is Antwerp focuses on four themes: fashion, art, music and life.
 
The English-language app can be downloaded for free from iTunes or Google Play.

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Discover Antwerp

Discover Antwerp

Shorter days and longer nights… Yes, autumn is here. But don’t worry, because in Antwerp we always make sure that every day and every night is simply unforgettable, with fun parties in unexpected places, concerts in palaces and exhibitions and culinary highlights in the city centre. And just when you think you’ve seen it all, we have another surprise up our sleeve for you. Book the Discover Antwerp package, spend the night in Antwerp and make the most of your stay with the Antwerp City Card that is included.

Antwerp in 24 and 48 hours

Antwerp in 24 and 48 hours

Whether you’re coming to Antwerp for a hefty helping of culture, to soak up some history, to shop or to enjoy Antwerp’s culinary delights, you’ll find them all within reach. Antwerp may be compact, but it has a great deal to offer. Get all you can out of it by using the Antwerp City Card as your guide. The card (valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours) will open the nicest, tastiest and most surprising doors of the city for you, for free or at a discount. Discovering is now up to you. Have fun!

Antwerp Fashion Weekend

Antwerp Fashion Weekend

Antwerp has a solid national and international reputation as a creative fashion city. The well-known Fashion Academy and the amazing Fashion Museum as well as the inspiring shopping streets and the various fashionable events organised in the city all contribute to this. The new Antwerp Fashion Weekend event only helps confirm why so many visitors from neighbouring cities and further afield think of Antwerp as the shopping capital of Belgium.

Markets

Markets

Nothing is more fun than a market.You get a taste of the city and its local offerings.Antwerp has several weekly and monthly markets spread all over the city.They’re highly recommended for those who want to experience the real Antwerp.

100% Antwerp app

100% Antwerp app

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Practical guide to Antwerp

Practical guide to Antwerp

Practical information about the climate, the city tax, the language and the public holidays in Antwerp. 

Grote Markt

Grote Markt

Grote Markt originally was a forum or square just outside the medieval residential quarter. In 1220 Duke Henry I of Brabant (1165-1235) donated this community land to the city.
The name Merckt was used for the first time in 1310.

Beer in Antwerp

Beer in Antwerp

Belgian beers are world-famous, and Antwerp is an excellent place to improve your acquaintance with them. The De Koninck Antwerp City Brewery offers an ideal introduction to the world of beer. Het Pakhuis is another brewery where you can taste authentically brewed beer. In addition, there are plenty of typical ‘brown cafés’ which often have dozens and in some cases hundreds of Belgian beers on the menu. Examples include Bier Central, ’t Waagstuk, Paters Vaetje, de Kulminator and Gollem. 

450th anniversary of the town hall. The city’s best known house

450th anniversary of the town hall. The city’s best known house

On 27 February 2015 the town hall of Antwerp will celebrate its 450th anniversary. A unique anniversary which should be celebrated which is why the town hall will be open to visitors for one year.
 
The Antwerp town hall is the only town hall on the UNESCO World Heritage List to still be used as such. Next year will give the public a unique opportunity to explore the building’s interior.
 
As of 28 February 2015 until 27 February 2016 the town hall will host the exhibition “450th anniversary of the town hall. The best-known house in the city” on the ground floor. Admission is free.
 
As of 1 March 2015 until 24 February 2016 the city guides will organise two-hour guided group tours of the various floors of the building.
 
Further information about the opening hours, tariffs and bookings is available at www.antwerpen.be/450jaarstadhuis.

Cathedral of Our Lady

Cathedral of Our Lady

It took 169 years (1352-1521) of labour to raise the 123m heavenward-reaching steeple of the Cathedral, the highest Gothic building in the Low Countries. The Cathedral is an iconic treasury, with an impressive collection of major art works, including a series of paintings by Rubens. Now, after twenty years, the seven-naved church has been restored to its former architectural glory. Fascinating features include Rubens’ ‘Elevation of the Cross’ and his ‘Descent from the Cross’. Any visit to Antwerp starts with a visit of the Cathedral of Our Lady.