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This is a fantastic collection of medieval and Renaissance buildings, comprising a town square. Don’t miss this amazing sight,- step back in time. Some homes in the side streets date back to the mid-1500’s!
The Grote Markt is the place to be in Antwerp, full with locals and tourists. At walking distance from the shops and all tourists attractions of the old town, people come here to visit the statue/ fountain of Brabo, the town hall or one of...More
Can’t beat strolling around the Grote Markt in the evening as the city of Antwerp comes to life. Bustling bars and stylish restaurants sit side by side and if you lift your eyes skywards you will see the classic building facades and imposing tower of...More
Large square surrounded by stereotypical Flemish buildings. The Town Hall is currently undergoing restoration and has a canvas cover. Around the square there are many bars and restaurants since this is the heart of tourism. There are free tours available - check online for times....More
Beautiful buildings and surrounding areas.
A mass of restaurants, bars and tourist shops.
A number of street performers enhanced the atmosphere and made for a pleasant visit.
Varied restaurants from fish and seafood, to steakhouse and many Italian establishments.
Quite a few street food joints...More
The Grote Markt (Great Market Square) is the most beautiful square in Antwerp and certainly one of the most beautiful squares in all of Belgium and Europe. The architecture here is well worth seeing - so very beautiful that words cannot describe.
As other correspondents have indicated most shops are closed on Sundays and in any case there are very few shops on the Grote Markt itself, it's mainly restaurants and cafes. However just up the street, the Befferstraat... More
As other correspondents have indicated most shops are closed on Sundays and in any case there are very few shops on the Grote Markt itself, it's mainly restaurants and cafes. However just up the street, the Befferstraat, (about 2mins walk max) there is the Veemarkt and it hosts a curios market on Sundays. You may find antique lace there.