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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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3 Hour Private Tour with Highlights in Antwerp
"Sprung on the banks of the river Scheldt Antwerp is filled with monuments that tell exciting stories of the past and portray the richness and opulence through their architecture and design. No means of exploring a city can be quite satisfying and exciting like discovering the city by foot. A lo Het Steen Plantin-Moretus Museum ....""""Take a walk through Antwerp and immerse yourself in the historical Middle Ages. Admire the beautiful Grote Markt Het Steen ....See the most magnificent highlights of the City Centre in 500 sportive Steps."
From EUR80.00
 
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""
From EUR24.00

More Things to Do in Hulst

Willibrordus Basilica

This basilica with its peculiar tower can be seen from far away. The tower has been rebuilt several times. It was destroyed by fire in 1663, got rebuilt but was struck again by lightening in 1876 and...
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Mar 11, 2004

Reynaert the Fox

When walking around in Hulst, you will notice sculptures, names of pubs, restaurants, streets, signs ... referring to Reynaert the Fox.Reynaert the Fox (Van de Vos Reinaerde) was a medieval animal...
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Mar 11, 2004

Town walls

The town walls go around the city for some 3,5 km and are surrounded by a canal. It's nice to walk on top of the walls where you can enjoy a great view over the historic inner town and the green...
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Mar 08, 2004

Gate of Ghent

Hulst is one of the best kept fortified towns in the Netherlands. To enter the inner city, you have to pass one of the four gates. The one in the south, "Gentse Poort" (gate of Ghent), is the most...
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Mar 08, 2004

Bagijnepoort

This is the oldest gate, built in 1704. In the nineteensixties the pedestrian gate, the left gate on the picture, was built next to it. The gate also has a second name, Graauwsepoort, because the road...
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Jun 18, 2003

Reynard

This is a monument of one of the most important works in Dutch and European Medieval literature, which is supposed to be written in or around Hulst.You can see Reynard standing in front of King...
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Jun 18, 2003
 
 
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St. Willibrordus Basilica

The St. Willibrordus Church was founded around 1200 ad, but the current structure has been built between 1460 and 1533. It's a Catholic church, but in the times of Napoleon Bonaparte's reign over...
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Jun 18, 2003

Beautiful Flemish architecture

Have a look at the houses around the Grote Markt. They are very lovely. Many have a Flemish style, probably because Hulst is so close to the Flemish (Belgium) border.
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Mar 11, 2004

Double Gate

The term double gate isn't really correct, because it used to be one gate, the right part on the picture, built in 1771. The second half was built in 1932, which made it a double gate.
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Jun 18, 2003

The Ghent Gate

The youngest of the three gates, built in 1780.But it's also the most beautiful gate and it bares the emblem of the "Generaliteit", flanked by two lions.
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Jun 18, 2003

City Hall

The City Hall was built between 1528 and 1547. It was rebuilt in 1844 and restaured in 1951. Behind the old City Hall lies the new City Hall, built around 1996.
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Jun 18, 2003

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