Walking route in Antwerpen

Visit Antwerpen's top attractions in this 55 minutes itinerary. Vleeshuis, Plantin-Moretusmuseum, Café Noord and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 55 minutes Antwerpen itinerary.

Route type Route distance Route time
Walking 3.7 km 55 minutes

Key attractions

Route itinerary

  1. Lange Wapper Memorial

    Lange Wapper is a Flemish folkloric character. He is a legendary giant and trickster whose folk tales were told especially in the city of Antwerp and its neighbouring towns, but similar tales are also prominent in other Flemish cities. == Legend == The legend started in the 16th century in Wilrijk. A farmer found an enormous garden parsley and a red cabbage in his bed. When he touched the vegetables, they turned into a cute baby.

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  2. Walk 90 m / 1 minute
  3. Walk 30 m / less than minute
  4. Walk 120 m / 1 minute

    Ruihuis Attraction

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  5. Walk 150 m / 2 minutes
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  10. Walk 150 m / 2 minutes
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  12. Walk 370 m / 5 minutes
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  16. Walk 140 m / 2 minutes

    Boerentoren Building

    The Boerentoren (English: "Farmer's Tower"; officially the KBC Tower, originally the Torengebouw van Antwerpen) is a historic tall building in Antwerp, Belgium. Constructed between 1929 and 1932 and originally 87.5 m (287 ft) high, it remains the tallest building and the second tallest structure of any kind in the city (after the gothic Cathedral of Our Lady). The Boerentoren is the second skyscraper in Europe. The first was the Rotterdam's 'White House' as it was the tallest office building in the city and Europe's first skyscraper of 43 metres in 1898! Designed in Art-deco style, the Boerentoren is one of Europe's very first tall buildings.

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  17. Walk 380 m / 5 minutes
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    Brabo Fountain

    The Brabo Fountain (Dutch: Brabofontein) is located in the Grote Markt (Main Square) of Antwerp, in front of the Town Hall of the city. The ceremonial inauguration of the sculpture took place in 1887. Jef Lambeaux realized the set of the bronze fountain. The reason is the legend of the name of the city, in which it is said that the giant Druon Antigoon cut off a hand to all the ship captains who moored in the area and refused to pay toll, then throwing it to the Scheldt. The captain of the Roman army Brabo cut off the giant's hand imitating what he had done.

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  21. Walk 60 m / less than minute
  22. Walk 60 m / less than minute

    Stadhuis Antwerpen Building

    The Stadhuis (City Hall) of Antwerp, Belgium, stands on the western side of Antwerp's Grote Markt (Great Market Square). Erected between 1561 and 1565 after designs made by Cornelis Floris de Vriendt and several other architects and artists, this Renaissance building incorporates both Flemish and Italian influences. The Stadhuis is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List along with the belfries of Belgium and France. == History == In the 16th century Antwerp became one of the busiest trading ports and most prosperous cities in Northern Europe. The municipal authorities wished to replace Antwerp's small medieval town hall with a more imposing structure befitting the prosperity of the great port city.

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  23. Walk 130 m / 2 minutes
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  25. Walk 210 m / 3 minutes

    Het Steen Castle

    Het Steen is a medieval fortress in the old city centre of Antwerp, Belgium, one of Europe's biggest ports. Built after the Viking incursions in the early Middle Ages as the first stone fortress of Antwerp, Het Steen is Antwerp's oldest building and used to be its oldest urban centre. Previously known as Antwerpen Burcht (fortress), Het Steen gained its current name in around 1520, after significant rebuilding under Charles V. The rebuilding led to its being known first as "'s Heeren Steen" (the King's stone castle), and later simply as "Het Steen" (the stone castle). The Dutch word "steen" means "stone", and is used for "fortress" or "palace", as in the "Gravensteen" in Ghent, Belgium. The fortress made it possible to control the access to the Scheldt, the river on whose bank it stands.

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