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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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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
 
3 Hour Private Highlights with Non-Classic Stories Tour in Antwerp
"Start your trip in Antwerp with this highlights tour with your private guide Etienne. During the tour you will get to see the best architecture buildings local street and hear interesting answers to some peculiar questions. Start your tour at the Grand Market Place following a stop here you will get to discover in mini-alleys where you get to escape the crowds and take in relaxing vibe of this beautiful city. You'll also get to enjoy the water as you'll be visiting the riverside and the castle in Antwerp. such as: where were they hiding the poor people in the earlier days?If you want to see Antwerp in a nutshell this is the tour for you. Let your guide Etienne know if you want to see anything in particular he'll be happy to create a personalized tour for you. Here is your itinerary: 10:00 - Central Station discovery11:00 - Jewish neighborhood walk12:00 - Diamond area exploration12:30 - Coffee & Chatting Stop About Etienne""
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Architecture

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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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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Fortifications

Bergen op Zoom is quite an old city – it already became city rights in the beginning of the 13th century – and offers a lot of historical monuments. It had ‘of course’ city walls, a moat and other...
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vtveen
Jul 10, 2012

St. Gertrudiskerk

The Gertrudiskerk is quite an old church. An old legend even says St. Gertrude, abbess of the abbey in Najvel, founded the church in 654. The church has an eventful history. The building , which was...
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vtveen
Jun 27, 2012

Biking to Zeeland

Having a beautiful sunny day (almost without any wind) we decided to make a bike trip to the province of Zeeland, or better to the former island of Tholen. First we followed the signs for Halsteren –...
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vtveen
Jun 24, 2012

Grote Markt, heart of the city

The ‘Grote Markt’ is the oldest part of Bergen op Zoom. Nowadays it still is the heart of the city and the centre of this medieval town. As a visitor we couldn’t miss this main square, especially...
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vtveen
Dec 02, 2011
 
 
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City walk

We consider a city walk always an excellent way of discovering the main sights of a city. Especially if the scale of a city is not too big, as for instance in Bergen op Zoom. The inner city offers...
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vtveen
Nov 22, 2011

Krabbegat - Carnival !

If I were in charge of choosing exotic vacations for families who love to enjoy fun times while they learn about other countries and their customs, I would send them to Bergen Op Zoom for "Krabbegat",...
ImkerVS
Feb 12, 2005

The Ravelijn

In 1698 the Dutch architect of citadels, Menno Coehoorn, thought out a plan to protect Southern Holland. There had to be built a waterline between Bergen op Zoom and the place called Grave. The first...
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Pieter11
Jan 18, 2005

The Gevangenpoort

The Gevangenpoort or Lievevrouwepoort is the oldest monument of Bergen op Zoom. This is one of the last remaining original medieval city gates in Holland. It was built in the 14th century. In the...
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Pieter11
Jan 16, 2005

Vestingdagen- Bergen op Zoom

On the big market in BoZ ( Bergen op Zoom) and threwout the whole old citie, they are helding the Vestingdagen in the summertime. Its sort of a play with old costumes and scenes out of the History of...
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z0merz0n
Aug 11, 2003

De Binnenschelde

The area from de Binnenschelde is nice to walk around.... Most of the time there are a some birds to see...
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conny_bazen
Nov 13, 2002

Top Hotels in Bergen op Zoom

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GROTE MARKT 36,4611 NT BERGEN OP ZOOM, 4611 Nt Ber
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Grote Markt 30 36 38, Bergen Op Zoom 4611
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Breelaan 22, Bergen op Zoom, 1861GE, The Netherlands
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Antwerpsestraat 56, , Bergen op Zoom, Noord-Braban
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Stationsstraat 29-31
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Breelaan 19, Bergen op Zoom, 1861 GC, The Netherlands
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Top 5 Bergen op Zoom Writers

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"Bergen op Zoom is where I live......"
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ATLC

"From Town Hall to City Palace"
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myriam_c

"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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