Yummy yummy

There is a shorter gastronomic tour for those who like to enjoy in moderation. A fun tour past Antwerp’s tastiest spots and the perfect introduction to savoury and sweet pleasure in the city.

For those who have less time or less appetite, there is also a light 2-hour version ‘Yummy Yummy’
 
Not available on Sundays and public holidays.
The delicacies are not included. Collect the contribution for the delicacies from participants beforehand and pay the guide upon departure.
 
The contribution is:
 € 10 per participant for a Yum Yum walk,
 € 5 per participant for a Yummy Yummy walk, or € 7.50 if the tour
includes an elixir or shot of genever.
 You will not be served a full meal, but will taste snacks and beer.
 There is no time for shopping. We recommend that you shop after your walk.
 
The trail takes you along: GROTE MARKT - Museum Vleeshuis |Sound of the City - STEEN FORTRESS - VLAEYKENSGANG – KORTE GASTHUISSTRAAT.
 
Start: Visit Antwerpen, Grote Markt 13
 
End: the trail and the endpoint depend on the agreements made that day with the shops and pubs. Your walk always ends in the historic city centre.

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