On sunny weekends Antwerpers gather at Nachtegalenpark, enjoying nature at its best.
In days gone by the Vogelenzang, Middelheim and Den Brandt parks were the properties of a group of elite aristocratic families. Thankfully times changed and the town council purchased the three estates in 1910. They were then opened to the general public as Nachtegalenpark! In Middelheim Park marvel at the open-air Sculpture Museum, while Vogelenzang will allow children to get rid of energy with its large meadows, a play area and a small animal park. For the more refined amongst us, the themed and historic gardens of Dodoens and Rubens gardens can be found at Hortiflora.
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Rivierenhof is one park that is busy, the 130 hectares of green welcomes those that are active or those who just like to watch those that are active! Walkers, cyclists, joggers, petanque players and fishing fanatics strut their stuff and tennis, basketball and miniature golf players battle it out on the courts.
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.
Get all you can out of Antwerp! Are you interested in exploring all of Antwerp? Then use the Antwerp City Card as your guide. The card will open the nicest, tastiest and most surprising doors of the city for you, for free or at a discount. What’s more, you can choose how long you want to use it.
Antwerp is a pocket-sized city. Many of the attractions are within walking or biking distance of each other. Another way of getting around the city is on the trams and buses of De Lijn. Tip: buy your tram or bus ticket in a point of pre-sale (newsagent’s, supermarket, the vending machines at the various stops or in the visitor centres of Visit Antwerp), where tickets are cheaper.