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Thursday, May 26 from 12-21h.
Friday, May 27 from 12-18h.
Saturday, May 28 from 12-18h.
Sunday, May 29 from 12-18h.

Antwerp Art Weekend counts over 70 different locations, which can be visited in any order. Go to our map and choose where you'd like to start.

Antwerp is conveniently located between Brussels, Paris, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, London and Cologne. There are a number of ways to reach the city from abroad.

By international train to Antwerp Central Station:
Paris is only 2 hours away by Thalys, Cologne 3 hours and Amsterdam is 1 hour and 15 minutes. Coming from London by Eurostar, you'll need to go through Brussels, which takes 3 hours 15 minutes total. Plan your trip through b-europe.com. For more information about national trains, visit belgianrail.be. We recommend downloading the Belgian Rail app for your convenience.

By car:
Antwerp has a number of Park & Ride options around the city. You can find all locations and connections to public transport on slimnaarantwerpen.be
Visit the following webpage (Dutch) to learn about Antwerp's parking zones and tariffs.

By plane:
Antwerp has a small international airport, only a 20 minute drive away and with a decent connection to public transport. For information on flights and connectivity, check luchthaven-antwerpen.com. You could also fly to Brussels Airport or Brussels South Charleroi Airport and then make your way to Antwerp by train or public transport.

Antwerp is a pocket-sized city and many of Antwerp Art Weekend's locations are within walking distance from one another. But if you'd like to get somewhere fast or farther, a bike or public transport is the way to go.

By bike or Velo:
The fastest and easiest way to get around is by bike. If you don't own one or are a visitor to the city, you can rent out a Velo, the city's own bike service. It's very cheap and there's bike stations all around town. We recommend downloading the Velo app for your convenience.

By public transport with De Lijn:
A good way to cover larger distances and travel between different parts of town is by using public transport. Let the tram, bus or metro take you from one cluster of art spaces to the next. We recommend downloading the De Lijn app for your convenience.

Antwerp Art Weekend partners with four hotels in different parts of town, each in their unique style and with a strong affiliation to art. Booking your stay through one of the following links will grant you a discount on a selection of their rooms and services.

Hotel Julien
Hotel Julien is a peaceful oasis located in the old center of Antwerp and only a stone's throw from 't Eilandje. Combine your stay with a relaxing spa experience after a full day of gallery hopping.

Hotel Pilar
Hotel Pilar functions as your home base to visit the South of Antwerp. Eclectic in style and with art hanging on the walls provided by neighbouring galleries and the owners personal collection, makes Pilar the perfect spot for any art lover to stay the night.

Hotel Rubenshof
Also in the South area lies Hotel Rubenshof, a small family hotel located in a stately townhouse from 1891 with a unique design style, combining original neo-Roco, neo-Renaissance, chinoiserie and Art Nouveau. Start your morning in their impressively well preserved breakfast room.

Hotel August
Offering the full package, from wellness to cuisine and selected design, Hotel August is a quiet haven located in the renovated military hospital site of Berchem and lies just South of the Borgerhout area.

Antwerp Art Weekend consists of multiple venues of different scales. Each venue is responsible on their own for creating an accessible entrance to- and catering to the needs of visitors with disabilities.