Make the most of your stay in Brussel by meeting the guide at the Grand-Place of Brussels, in front of the city hall, and embark on a journey to discover the city of Antwerp.
The second-largest city in Belgium is home to the renowned baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens. And in the country's largest Gothic church, you’ll be able to admire two of the master’s most beautiful pieces. During this tour, you will also be able to discover the history of the diamond quarter & its tradition of diamond cutting.
In this town where the fusion of different architectural styles from various periods of time cohabits, you’ll be able to marvel at various point of interest such as:
- The Central Train Station, also known as the “iron cathedral”.
- The diamond district
- “The Meir”, Antwerp’s main shopping street
- The “Meir Palace”, a Rococo mansion that was Napoleon’s palace
- Rubens’ house
- The marketplace, the guildhalls, and the City Hall
- Cathedral of Our Lady, which is the largest Gothic church in the Low Countries. Admire four masterpieces of Paul Peter Rubens
- Saint Charles Borromeo Church, a jewel of Baroque
- “Het Steen”, a medieval castle located in the city’s ancient port, where you can admire the Scheldt River