Discover Antwerp by bike. With the Easy-Going Route and using the handy node system, you will cycle along numerous city attractions. Pick up this free map at one of the visitor centres of Visit Antwerpen.
We cannot deny it: Antwerp holds challenges for cyclists, ranging from tram tracks, cobblestones right through to road works. But the locals are not deterred by this, and hopefully neither will you. With this Easy-Going Route and the handy node system, you will cycle along all the sights of the city at your leisure.
An important advantage of the tour is that you can see a lot in a short time. Follow the easy-going route and enjoy beautiful panoramic views, green spaces and beautiful art and architecture. Along the way, there are numerous opportunities to satisfy your hunger and thirst. There you have it: all the ingredients for a perfect day out in Antwerp.
On the other side of the Easy-Going Cycling Route, you will find the Urban Jungle cycling map. That is not a route, but inspiration for the 'urban' biker. Are not you put off by a few cobblestones or tram tracks? Do you like excellent coffee or a cold beer? Do you always have your smartphone at the ready to make Instagram photos of architecture, street art and beautiful bikes? Then immerse yourself in our Urban Jungle with this map.
Pick up your free Easy-Going Route from the Visit Antwerpen visitor centres on the Market Square or at the Central Station. Or download the route and let your smartphone show you the way through Antwerp.
The cycling map folds up easily, so you can carry it with you in your jacket or trouser pocket.
Looking for a bike to ride in Antwerp? Do you prefer a guided bike tour? Or would you like to know more about the Velo's, the successful bicycle-sharing system? Then visit Antwerp by bike.
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The route ‘Cycling along the river’ is your guide for a pleasant 37K bike ride along and across the river Scheldt.
Discover Antwerp by bike with the Urban Jungle cycling map.
Cycling and architecture discovery in Antwerp: a wonderful combination.