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Private Tour: Antwerp Trip from Brussels
"Start your day trip with a hotel pickup from your Brussels hotel and travel north to the city of Antwerp — Belgium’s second largest city. Home to the country’s largest port Antwerp boasts maritime heritage as well as artistic history and luckily for you this private tour covers it all.When you arrive begin with a walking tour past the Vleeshuis also known as the Butcher’s Hall. Work your way past the age-old houses of the city center
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Antwerp Bike Tours
"Classic Tour: During this 3-hour tour we cycle through old and new parts of the city experience the uniqueness of different neighborhoods from medieval buildings to Art Nouveau. Enjoy the rooftop view on The MAS or stroll along the dockyards. The most complete and therefore ideal tour to start discovering the beautiful city of Antwerp.Kids Tour: A family fun tour! Discover the high admire the view from upon the MAS-rooftop and cycle at 101 ft (31 m) below surface during this light and easy 2.5 hour tour included time to play.Classic Night Tour: In this short version of our Classic Tour you will sense the vibrant evening atmosphere of Antwerp. During this 2-hour ride we cycle along beautifully illuminated squares and historical buildings. The per visit and beer tasting included.Burie Chocolate Tour: Our ‘chocolate-lovers’ tour. Discover the city highlights and enjoy the fabulous chocolate creations of chocolatier Burie. In this tour you’ll find out the story of chocolates and taste some d tea or a homemade chocolate milk. Chocolate gift to take home is included."
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Private Tour: Antwerp Trip from Brussels
"Start your day trip with a hotel pickup from your Brussels hotel and travel north to the city of Antwerp — Belgium’s second largest city. Home to the country’s largest port Antwerp boasts maritime heritage as well as artistic history and luckily for you this private tour covers it all.When you arrive begin with a walking tour past the Vleeshuis also known as the Butcher’s Hall. Work your way past the age-old houses of the city center
From EUR107.00

Architecture Tips (12)

The area of het Havenkwartier

The area of het Havenkwartier has beautiful architecture.You can walk around a little, there are a few pubs to drink something and there is a nice restaurant het Spuihuis where you can get a good...
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conny_bazen
Mar 18, 2004

Climbing the Peperbus

Climbing the tower of the St-Gertrudis-church (or as we say here the Peperbus) during holiday-season.....An unique view over the city.There's something special during carnival with this tower: every...
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conny_bazen
Mar 18, 2004

A citywalk..........

In june Pieter (floss1) and Raewyn visited my hometown. We made a citywalk. This picture is made by the goat. The goat is important with the carnival: every year when the carnaval starts at november...
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conny_bazen
Mar 18, 2004

The town hall

One of the most beautiful buidings is the town hall which is located at the Grote Markt. Also inside it's worth a visit but it's almost never open to public. I've seen it inside several times because...
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conny_bazen
Mar 18, 2004

The 'Grote Markt'

The 'Grote Markt' is the central place to be in Bergen op Zoom. You will find here the cityhall, the oldest hotel in the Netherlands 'de Draak', theatre 'de Maagd', and many bars and...
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conny_bazen
Mar 18, 2004

Lieve Vrouwepoort

The Lievevrouwe- of Gevangenpoort ('Our Lady- or Prisongate') was built in ca. 1335 and is the only surviving medieval city-gate in all of Noord-Brabant. Which means that a town like Kampen has three...
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OlafS
Feb 21, 2003

St. Gertrudis church

The St. Getrudis is the major church of the town. After a first church was built in the 13th century, several attempts have been made to build a bigger church. The current church roughly dates from...
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OlafS
Feb 18, 2003

Town hall

The old town hall has a late-Gothic facade dating from 1611, behind which are several older houses. In the 17th century a gable in Renaissance style was added, which was largely reconstructed during a...
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OlafS
Feb 18, 2003

Peperbus

The church tower of Bergen op Zoom, nicknamed De Peperbus, as seen from the central market square Grote Markt.
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egonwegh
Sep 01, 2007

Anton van Duinkerkenpark

Visit the beautiful Anton van Duinkerken-park.A very romantic place in the centre of the town......It's one of my favourite places!!
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conny_bazen
Mar 18, 2004

The Markiezenhof-garden

Visit the little garden from the Markiezenhof, free entrance... Enjoy the peace and relax a little in the middle of the town.
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conny_bazen
Mar 18, 2004

Visit the Ravelijn

The Ravelijn is the only part which is left from the buildings that protected the town in the old days against the enemy. It didn't had all good luck: in 1747 the French took over the whole place !! ...
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conny_bazen
Sep 22, 2002
 
 
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"Bergen op Zoom is where I live......"
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"From Town Hall to City Palace"
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"An afternoon in Bergen op Zoom"
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"Bergen op Zoom, city of the marquis"
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"Bergen op Zoom, where hills meet the sea"
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Things to Do Near Bergen op Zoom

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Markiezenhof

The Markiezenhof is one of the top 100 Dutch monuments. It was built in 1485 for the Lords, later Marquises of Bergen op Zoom. By 1514 the Markiezenhof had assumed its current dimensions. Right up...
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MAS Museum

The Mas Museum is a museum of Antwerp, and also included exhibitions on five of its floors on a myriad of subjects...some dealing the Antwerp being a working port city, others dealing with subjects...
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Het Steen - National Maritime Museum

Het Steen, literally "The Stone", is often referred to as The Castle but was originally one of the old city's fortified gates, dating from around the 12th century. The building attached to the gateway...
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Ethnographic Museum

In this MUSEUM you travel through Asia, Africa, America and Oceania and you get to know (more about) numerous peoples and cultures. Thousands of objects show you how these peoples live, think, work...
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City Hall - Stadhuis

The Antwerp City Hall is located on the Grote Markt where it is the main focal point. The City Hall was built by Cornelis Floris De Vriendt who was a Flemish sculptor and architect. This is one of the...
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Carolus Boromeus Church

This typical baroque church was built by the Jesuits between 1615 and 1621 to a design drawn up by their rector Francois Aguillon and Brother Peter Huyssens. Rubens played an important part in the...
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