This place has the pleasures of a cafè and the appeal of a big open space to be shared amongst other hipsters.
3 Stand-Up Comedian once a month performing in a Theater or Cellar. Organized by the British Comedian Nigel Williams.
A cafè where you get breakfast and also choose your furniture.
The atmosphere is very warm, nice music is playing in the background while a friendly waiter brings you wine and bruschetta.
The Belgian cafè that invented the table en commune. Don’t miss the smell of freshly baked bread and pastries.
The vintage market for old and vintage treasures. Discover the Vrijdagmarkt: the Friday market.
Because every room comes with an amazing view on the square of the Fine Arts museum.
The cafè share space with the shop, so you can eat and then browse the millions of interesting objects inside. The terrace outside was closed because it was snowing, but definitely promising for summertime
A tiny Asian restaurant appears right after Patine at the corner with Leopold de Waelstraat.
“When I’m filthy, tired, and have nearly died a couple of times, that’s when I know it’s been a good day”
Did you ever try to look up, between the shop and the sky? If not, try tomorrow: you will notice a building with unbelievable decorations.
Antwerpen is full of statues of the Madonna, most of them have a lantern by the basement: do you know why?
Como Como it’s a Spanish restaurant, not in the common sense though. The owner and employees are certainly Spanish and they do serve Paella, Chipirones, Churros, etc. but in this place you only get dishes in the form of Tapas.
This jazz cafè is one of the oldest jazz venue in Antwerp
The Sint-Andrieskerk is not one of the most famous eye-catcher of ‘t Stad but it is anyway a coffer with some treasures.
Charlie’s used to be a super small place. Then after a year of hard work, its fame grew even more for being the bar with good coffee and handmade products, like Muesli, Granola and Pies.
Here where every chair and table are different than the other, I love being around even just for tea and cake.
In Italy Pizzeria means “the place where you can taste pizza” but it’s not just that. It’s the place to try pasta and dessert too.
I came here for the first time in January 2011 and I’ve been a loyal customer ever since. I love the counter around the bar.
Maurice became famous a few years ago, because the owner opened this bar and combined it with wool knitting workshops.
I couldn’t resist: at lunch I had some salad and then ordered a slice of Chocolate Cranberry Raspberry cake.
You can see Lange Wapper on the Steenplein or early morning if you drank enough beer.
I love to watch the noodles being pulled by hand, as the restaurant’s name suggests -it’s a remarkable skill and something I have not seen in any other restaurant in Antwerp.
You may have dreamt of a longer summer until last week, but now Autumn is here and with it the desire of something cosy and warm, and nice and pleasant, and friendly and… gezellig.
Here you can watch lots of different types of shows. Musicals, Comedy shows, Ballet van Vlanderen, etc.
Why Antwerp is such a small city that is surprising to see so many green areas in the city center. Not a lot of people know that if you travel all the way down Mechelsteenweg […]
A bakery with a view. I’d definitely recommend to sit outside in the garden to have brunch. You’ll be amazed by all the green leaves you’ll see.
Witness a gigantic Mural art work made by Charlotte De Cock, the Belgian female artist, that stands so majestic upon the small square of Troonplaats.
If you are looking for a green gateway place, on a sunny day near Antwerp: that’s it!
Munthof is the name of a metro station in Brussels, but it’s also the place where between 1474 and 1782 coins were forged, this small park is a tribute for it. If you got a book to read you’ll find some peace and quite in this tiny green spot.
Burger and Belgian fries before catching some show at Theaterplein or at the Bourla theatre, or trying one of the characteristics bar near by like Barpourboire or Korsakov.
Get the best ice cream in Antwerp. Pistacchio, Chocolate, Pralinés, Yogurt, Stracciatella…
A walk in Nationalestraat gives you the exact idea of how diverse Antwerp is, with its exceptional shops and cafes, so different from each other, it makes it the perfect street for a stroll.
A place to read, to have a picnic, to share beautiful moments with nature. A small urban garden in the heart of Antwerp
This festival occurs every year in the beginning of August and takes place at the entrance of the beautiful Middelheim Park near Wilrijk. If you love Jazz, this is the place to be. Good atmosphere, good food and amazing venue.
I discovered this small street while walking on Kammenstraat, it’s even hard to find it on google map. It’s such a small place…I call it Graffiti street!
The place for a fit breakfast. Discover the tavern for take away healthy boost of food pleasure. Pleasant design and cheerful pottery.
Take a walk through Nationalestraat and, just half way, find yourself facing the small side-square where the cafè Kaffenini is.
Soul cafè is at the corner with Marnixplaats and Karel Rogierstraat. This is a super small bar that has sun exposition for most of the day. It’s the perfect place for brunch in summertime.
Not long ago I was looking for a cafè with sunshine in the early morning, and I run into this small bar close to the Lei which was just perfect…