Diamond Princess Hotel

St. Laureiskaai 2, Bonapartedok, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium
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Tips and Tricks for a hollyday in Belgium

by mrejerius


My name is Serban, 31, from Romania
I want to spent my summer hollyday (late summer hollyday in fact :)) travelling from Amsterdam to Belgium, with a circuit from Amsterdam to Antwerp-Bruges- Brusseles-Dortmund togheter with my wife;

Please let me know:

1)What is the most convenient way to travel from one location to another?
(train, bus, car rental). If you mean train or bus- there is a special discout, a card or a special circuit ticket to look for- or only the regular travel tickets?

2)Is there a hostel or youth network with facilities in all these locations (like Auberge de Jeunesse in France) where you can book acommodations with a convenient price/room? Besides hotels offer there is any other tip to get the accommodation that we must be aware off? (Pensions, appartments for rent)

wait for your feedback
My email adress is serban.mrejeriu@tm.aims.ro

best regards


Re: Tips and Tricks for a hollyday in Belgium

by windpaard

normally in the cities are youth hostels, in flamisch 'jeugdherbergen'but you have also simple cheap rooms in hotels almost the same price as the youth hostel, but very basic.
look the site:www.use-it.be there you get info about cheap accomodations in several cities,brugge is very turistic but gent is also interesting, and also leuven, is a small, but full of colour and joy,
for example you have the hotel monico at the station of antwerp for lesser than 50 euro for a double and the accor-hotel at the station also for 50 euros,
train is a very good option ,you have a rail card for belgium for 10 trips for about 73 euros,you can use together the same card.you can than make 5 trips together,you just ask the price and if the trip costs more than 7,30 euro, use the rail card,
there are another card where you pay some amout of money and then you can travel 50%,I think the rail card is better,

Re: Tips and Tricks for a hollyday in Belgium

by qaminari

The 10-trip rail pass (which currently costs €74) is only for use in Belgium, so don't forget that you will have to pay separately for your trips from Amsterdam to e.g. Antwerp (closest city to the border) and also on to Dortmund.
Train is the best way to travel unless by any chance you have a lot of luggage and/or want to visit places like the WWI cemeteries and trenches, in which case you may still want to consider the train for visiting e.g. Brussels as parking is both difficult and expensive.

Travel Tips for Antwerp

An Outstanding Building

by viddra

Perhaps the most interesting edifice in Antwerp is the Gothic-style Cathedral of Notre Dame (the 14 and 15th centuries), which is surmounted by a spire 121.9m high.

The Cathedral contains several paintings by the 17th-century Flemish artist Rubens, who spent most of his life in Antwerp.

Antwerp Tip

by hayward68

Meeting my VT friends is definitely my fondest memory of the day. These ladies were just willing to accommodate whatever I wanted to do. They kept saying, 'you're the visitor, what do you want to do?' They quickly discovered that beer and chocolate were a couple of the 'must sees' for me, lol! I hope to meet up with them again for some more great times :)


by Helga67

The Flemish style is not the only beautiful architecture that you will find in Antwerp. Walk around, away from the old centre, especially the southern part of Antwerp and you will discover other styles too, like this beautiful house hidden behind the Museum of Fine Arts.

Diamonds and Antwerp

by tompt

Antwerp is the centre of the diamond trade. You can't ignore the fact that Antwerp and diamonds are so closely related. Visit the diamond museum for instance. (see our must see tips)
But walking through Antwerp you will encounter several things that remember of the diamond trade. For instance the local traditional jewish community. Most of them are in the diamondbusiness.
Another thing is the statue of Lodewijk van Bercken, the legendary founder of diamond cutting. Lodewijk van Bercken, a citizen of Bruges, is said to have discovered the process of working one diamond with the aid of another. Although historical evidence does not quite support the story van Bercken was rewarded with a statue, not in Bruges, but in today's diamond city, Antwerp.
The statue can be found in a facade of a building at the corner of the Meir and Jezusstraat.

Still along the quays

by Norali

Red-brick houses...

Not only you would see the *sailing-inspired* houses, you would find some more traditional red-brick houses that had been renovated.

I was told the quays became so hip that it is quite expensive to buy some apartment there. While walking along the quay, I remembered having seen a building that was wide and in the modern style (glass and iron).

Years ago, I saw in a design magazine a nice interior that was reported to be located along the Scheldt. I admired the renovated interior with some pilars that they torn down to create a loft. At same time, the magazine gave enough clues to enable one to imagine the facade... I think I've found it... No pic of it in my set. I am quite sure I saw the facade of this great interior. I was quite excited I cuold spot it. Oh well, silly me... I like the interior very much, in fact.


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