What's around?

  • City bikes: just around the corner
  • Antwerp Berchem Station: 5' walk
  • Several tram stops (7, 15) and bus stops (32)
  • Antwerp Berchem Station: (Michelin rated): 5' walk
  • Several tram stops (7, 15) and bus stops (32)
  • Restaurant The Jane: (Michelin rated): 5' walk
  • Restaurant Troubadour : (rated Michelin and Gouden Vork as best restaurant of Antwerp): 5' walk
  • Restaurant Bascule: (Italian sous-chef Matteo Nardin): 10' walk
  • Cogels-Osylei: 10' walk, 5' by bike
  • Beautiful street area, known for its architecture. The development (1881-1914) ran parallel to the heyday of architectural styles as Art Nouveau, eclectic style and neoclassicism, referred nostalgically to the French term Belle Epoque. The district is protected as a cityscape since 1984 and most of the houses are classified as a monument. Architects like Jacques de Weert, Jules Hofman, and Joseph Bascourt have designed attractive residences for the middle classes. Also in the nearby streets Transvaaltraat and Waterloostraat you can admire many beautiful houses. In particular, the ensemble houses 'Four Seasons' designed by architect Joseph Bascourt is special.
  • Dageraadplaats: 20' walk or 5' by bike
  • Restaurant Dôme (Michelin rated) and Dôme sur mer for fish lovers: 25' walk or 5' by bike

Distances

Antwerp Berchem Station: 5”
Antwerp Central Station: 10”
Antwerp Zoo: 15”
Catedral: 20”
Cinema Zuid: 20”
deSingel Arts & Architecture: 30”
Deurne airport: 10”
Eilandje: 25”
Het Steen: 20”
Hopland: 15”
Keyserlei: 20”
Kloosterstraat: 20”
KMSKA: 30”
Koning Albertpark: 5”
MAS: 25”
Mechelseplein: 10”
Meir: 15”
Middelheimmuseum open-air park: 20”
MUHKA: 20”
Rubenshuis: 15”
Sint-Jorispoort: 10”

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