Transfer in Antwerp

Belgium is famous for its medieval cities and Renaissance architecture. To learn more about the history and culture of the country, as well as to see with your own eyes the old cathedrals and castles, go to Antwerp. The city is a mix of old and new, traditional and modern. If you want to visit this unusual city, order a comfortable and fast transfer from anywhere in Belgium or a neighboring country on the service

How to get to Antwerp? You can come to the city by train, Europeans often use this type of transport. Antwerp station serves Benelux trains on the Paris — Brussels — Amsterdam route, as well as Belgian domestic destinations. If you prefer to fly by plane, you will land just 2 km from the center. Due to the short runway of the airport of Antwerp can only take on small local and international flights. During the day, you can take buses 51, 52, and 53 from the airport to the city. Take a taxi to save time on the road, but keep in mind that at night the fare for this type of transport is increased. Book a transfer from the airport to take you directly to your hotel in Antwerp at a fixed cost.

Antwerp is the second largest port in Europe after Rotterdam, and the second most populous city in the country. Here you can find many historical buildings that speak about the economic well-being of the capital of Flanders. In 1531, one of the first exchanges in the world was built in Antwerp. However, now in its place is another building, built in the XIX century in the neo-Gothic style. Walking along the river Scheldt, you will see the XVIII century house-a Museum of Plantin and Moretus printing houses, where scientists and humanists of the XVI century were printed. Further along the embankment is the house of the butchers' Guild of the XIV century, which today houses the Museum of music history. Not far away is the majestic castle of the Walls, the first fortress in the city. Also, on the Scheldt is a Museum on the river — an unusual building, which is a 9-storey tower made of red stone. If you walk up the stairs, you will get a new view of Antwerp every time. The Museum is dedicated to navigation, Ethnography and folklore.

The main attractions of Antwerp are the works of great artists who lived here in the VII century. Works by Rubens, van Dyck and Jordane can be found in many museums and cathedrals in Antwerp. For example, in the Grote Markt square in the Gothic Cathedral of our lady of Antwerp, there are four paintings by Peter Rubens.

The tourist season in Belgium runs from April to September, and the weather in Antwerp is better at this time. Precipitation is not as frequent as in winter, and there is no biting wind, the air warms up to +25 °C.

When you are walking around interesting places in Antwerp, you should go to Brussels or Bruges. Rent a car with a driver in Antwerp and go on your own route. You will notice how much these cities differ from each other in the rhythm of life and the General atmosphere. Brussels has many wide avenues, symmetrical architectural ensembles and spectacular names. In Bruges, you will find narrow cobbled streets, ancient cathedrals and pavements, cozy cafés and an atmosphere of calm. Travel with pleasure together with!