The tour starts at the Town Hall Square (or Town Hall Square), right where the sculpture of Silvio Brabo stands right in the heart of the historic center. We will continue to the Antwerp Cathedral, the largest in Belgium, which has surprisingly withstood the devastation and Nazi occupation during the Second World War. Strolling down to Meir Street, we will leave the past behind and get into the atmosphere of stores of all kinds, art, fashion, chocolate etc. We will get lost in its narrow streets to reach the diamond district, which, although it goes very unnoticed, will allow us to appreciate what are probably the most expensive shop windows in Europe. We will end, at the Antwerp train station, a marble temple, considered one of the most beautiful stations in the world.
The private service gives you the opportunity to do the tour at any time, and gives you the flexibility to adapt the stops to your needs and interests.
The guide will pick you up from your hotel or we could meet at the Grand Place of Brussels. Up to you.