City shop

Situated on the Grote Markt, the “stadswinkel” city shop offers the best of Antwerp: it is the ideal place for visitors looking for an original gift from Antwerp. There, you will find delicacies from the Antwerp area such as beer, coffee, the famous "Antwerp Hands" and Elixir d'Anvers. It also sells books, clothing collections, gadgets and merchandise from Antwerp ZOO, the University and museums.

The city shop shares a large space on the Grote Markt with the Visit Antwerp visitors' center of and Info Cultuur. You can simply go from one desk to the other to purchase souvenirs, request tourist information and book tickets for cultural events. 
 
Here are some of the products that you can buy in the city shop:
 
Products from the Antwerp area: 
 
"Antwerpse handjes" (Antwerp Hands)
Congolaiskes chocolates
Verheyen coffee
De Koninck beer
Vieux D'Anvers jenever
Elixir D'Anvers liqueur
Mokatines sweets
...
 
Clothes, accessories and gadgets featuring Antwerp icons such as the Cathedral and the Boerentoren:
 
T-shirts
aprons
umbrellas
buttons
...
 
Additionally, you will find lots of items for the little ones, cell phone covers, jewelry, stamps, books and DVDs about Antwerp, as well as merchandise from Antwerp ZOO, University and museums. 
 
If you want to surprise someone with a great gift, why not pick up a gift voucher from the city shop? You can purchase one or more vouchers to the value of 5 and 10 euro. They remain valid for one year and can be used on all products sold in the city shop.
 
The city shop also gives you free Internet access over the WIFI. There is also a PC in case you need to look up information about the city.
 
Opening hours:  Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am to 5.45 pm.
 
Open on Sunday trading from 12 to 4.45 pm.

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