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Antwerp
Things to Do


  • Antwerp Zoo
  • Situated right next to the magnificent Antwerpen-Centraal railway station, Antwerp Zoo first opened in 1843 – making it the oldest zoo in Belgium.
  • Address:
    • Koningin Astridplein 26
    • 2018
    • Antwerp
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 3 202 4540
  • De Badboot
  • The Badboot is the world’s largest floating open-air swimming pool and restaurant. The whole platform can hold up to 600 people, with the pool able take 120 swimmers.
  • Address:
    • Kattendijkdok
    • 2000
    • Antwerpen
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 3 613 21 68
  • Aquatopia
  • An aquarium of oceanic proportions, with over 10,000 species of fish and reptiles, split between themed zones, including Sharks, Reefs, Wetlands, Mysteries of the Ocean and Laboratory.
  • Address:
    • Koningin Astridplein 7
    • 2018
    • Antwerpen
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 3 205 07 50
  • Cartoon's Cinema
  • Cartoon's Cinema has always been a classic feature in the Antwerp cinema landscape, playing the movies that you just won't find at your mainstream multiplex.
  • Address:
    • Kaasstraat 4,
    • 2000
    • Antwerp
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 3 232 96 32
  • Vlaamse Opera
  • This impressive building, lavishly decorated, is home to Antwerp's premier opera company. Recently refurbished, its stately staircase has led to 'a night at the opera' for more than 100 years.
  • Address:
    • Frankrijklei 3
    • 2000
    • Antwerpen
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 70 22 02 02
  • Park Spoor Noord
  • Once an old railway plot in the city, Park Spoor Noord has been transformed into a green place for recreation, culture, sports, relaxing and fun – and without a doubt, a great playground for the kids!
  • Address:
    • Damplein 27
    • 2060
    • Antwerpen
  •   Telephone+32 (0) 486 95 58 44

Tourist attractions and things to do in Antwerp, Belgium.

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