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Every day is a new cultural outing
The Sportpaleis Antwerpen, the Lotto Arena, the Stadsschouwburg, De Roma and the Trix are all venues where you can go to make sure you don't miss any of your favourite artists, actors or singers during their stay in Belgium in Antwerp. Today you are wondering what to do? And for tomorrow, no idea where to go? This city caters for different needs and can attract a diverse audience: a visit to Rubens' house with friends, a cultural outing to the largest Belgian chocolate museum in the world at Chocolate Nation, an excursion to the Red Star Line Museum for older people nostalgic for the adventure across the Atlantic or people curious about current migrations... All these attractions are among the must-sees, so don't delay in experiencing the joys of Antwerp's culture.
Party like an Antwerpian
The districts of Red Light, Eilandje, Zurenborg, Latin and of course the Grote Markt are the place to be for nightlife enthusiasts. Depending on what you want to do, you will find yourself in a favourable and adapted environment to enjoy the evening until dawn. Between Belgium's first eco-friendly nightclub and terraces open until 6am, you have plenty of fun while waddling at Ampere to generate energy (which powers the nightclub) and enjoy a good night out with your friends on the Mechelseplein in the diamond city. And for those looking for unusual places to party, there is free access to the panoramic roof terrace of the Museum aan de Stroom during the summer and paid access during the Museum Night.
Antwerp, a city of artists and culture
A stone's throw from Amsterdam and Ghent, Antwerp is a dynamic and cultural city where you will always have something to do with events from Antwerp. On Culturius, you will discover a city like no other by adding the following attractions to your travel bucket list: the cultural activities on the beach of Sint-Anneke, the panoramic view from the 10th floor of Museum aan de Stroom, the 123-metre high Cathedral of Our Lady and the Antwerp Central Station, ranked fourth most beautiful station in the world in 2009. Museums, exhibitions, concerts, shows, nightlife... take advantage of the free or paying cultural events in this city of art and culture. Antwerp is also renowned for its fashion, with the MoMu museum offering you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the designer.