Multicultural Antwerp

A port city is a gateway to the world, open to influences from other peoples, cultures and religions. Antwerp is no exception, with people from distant lands arriving and settling here, forming their own neighbourhoods. Today, our city by the river Scheldt is home to some 170 nationalities. Discover it on this multicultural walk.

Ports connect cities to the rest of the world, and make them receptive to all kinds of cultural influences. As a result, port cities often become a home to many other peoples and religions. In the multicultural city of Antwerp, some 170 nationalities are represented today. This is apparent in the streets, especially those surrounding the Central Station. This interactive walk takes you past shops and buildings of the Jewish, Indian, Arab, African and other communities, ending up amidst the colours and scents of Antwerp’s own Chinatown.

This is an interactive, very diverse walk. 

Sepp Van Dun

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Accompanied by experienced city guides you’ll walk to the unique Market place, surrounded by the mighty Renaissance Town hall and numerous guild halls. You’ll be astonished when seeing the famous Cathedral of Our Lady, coronated with a unique Gothic steeple, the symbol of the City of Antwerp. You’ll then pass through a charming sixteenth century inner yard, the ‘Vlaeykensgang’, and will continue your stroll alongside many sites and places which you have never imagined before.

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