Meeting in Antwerp

Visit Antwerpen offers professional tailored services free of charge to meeting and incentive organizers. Thanks to an excellent cooperation with all local partners we will ensure that your visit goes smoothly from arrival to departure.

How can we help you?
We offer you free personalized advice about Antwerp and its sights, about events, exhibitions and cultural activities, and information about conferences, meetings and incentive opportunities.
We assist you in finding original ideas for activities and/or partner programs.
We put you in touch with DMCs and PCOs to support the organization of your meeting, incentive or conference.
We suggest suitable locations and organize site visits.
We inquire about availability and requests no obligation quotations from hotels, convention and exhibition centers.
We provide promotional materials such as brochures, city maps, images and video material.
We provide guidance and advice in the preparation of bid books.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or comments about the above. Check out for further information.
Visit Antwerpen - Business Development Department
Grote Markt 15
B-2000 Antwerp (Belgium)
Phone +32 3 338 81 81

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Getting to Antwerp by plane

Antwerp is situated near two airports. Zaventem is 45 kilometres from Antwerp, or 30 minutes by car. Deurne Airport is a 15-minute drive from Antwerp. Brussels South Charleroi Airport and Eindhoven Airport are two other airports from which you can reach Antwerp easily. Check out the information and links below.

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Getting to Antwerp by train

You can easily get to Antwerp by train. National and international trains such as Thalys and Eurostar (as of 2016) stop in Antwerp-Central Station and Antwerp-Berchem. There are fifteen trains to and from Antwerp every hour.

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Getting to Antwerp by ship

Calling at Antwerp by ship is a unique experience. Ocean cruises moor in the city centre. Passengers are greeted by the sight of the Cathedral of Our Lady from the gangway. The cruise terminal is just a five-minute walk from the historic city centre, the main shopping streets and the many pubs and restaurants in the city.

Tour of the port - copyright Dave Van Laere

Tour of the port

Antwerp’s port area is one of the vastest industrial zones in the Benelux. It has enormous docks and the largest complex of locks in the world. Your guide knows the port inside out and will enrich your tour through this fascinating world with surprising facts and figures.

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