One of the city's most popular sights. An imposing medieval castle that is
most beautiful when fully lit during the evenings.
The heart of the charming medieval town centre. The majestic Town Hall and
adjacent guild-houses are a dominant of the square.
Hidden maze of tiny medieval streets and courtyards is perfect for strolling
and discovering hidden passageways and alleys.
16th century landmark located on a Market Square still operates as a city
hall but is open to public as well.
The largest Gothic cathedral in Belgium and also the most spectacular one.
Moreover, four Rubens' paintings adorn its interior.
UNESCO World Heritage Site. Modern printing museum that exhibits the oldest
printing presses in the world. A must see.
Family-run chocolate shop with a long tradition, renowned for its marzipan
figures and diamond-shaped chocolates.
Rubens bought and rebuilt this house at the age of 33. Now, apart from his
artworks, his collection of Roman statues is on display.
You won't see many diamonds there. Rather, the largest portion of the
exhibition is dedicated to the diamond trade in Antwerp.