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Sint-Jansvliet, Antwerp 2000 Belgium
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Antwerpen-Centraal Station27 min
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3-Hour Antwerp Bike Tour
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3-Hour Antwerp Bike Tour

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See where Belgium’s rich history and modern outlook meet, and discover Antwerp's major attractions with ease on this 3-hour bicycle tour. Hop into the saddle and follow your guide on an exciting city tour as you take in landmarks including Antwerp's Central Station, the Scheldt River, and the Museum of Fine Art. On this tour you'll discover what the locals love most about their city. Bring a snack to fuel your spin through Antwerp's ancient streets and pristine parks as your local guide sheds light on Antwerp’s history and heritage, and soak up the atmosphere in this bustling corner of Flanders.
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Lucas M wrote a review Sep 2020
Belgium18 contributions1 helpful vote
I'd been to Antwerp several times without knowing of the existence of this unusual tunnel under the Schelde. It's well worth a wander down the wooden escalators (which I have only ever seen before in New York) and through the rounded tunnel, although there is nothing much to see at the other end.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dominic V wrote a review Feb 2020
Antwerp, Belgium13 contributions3 helpful votes
Step back in time by taking the old wooden escalators down to the under group tunnel. Very unique way to travel to the other-side of the water to witness Antwerps beautiful skyline.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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bfltd0 wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom624 contributions163 helpful votes
As this was our first trip to Antwerp, I was a little perplexed as to the lack of bridges crossing the river. Many cities make use of bridges across rivers. But not here. The riddle was solved as we walked down the river and came across an art deco tower that we just had to investigate, as we couldn't work out its purpose. A metro station perhaps? To our surprise, it was the entrance to the pedestrian tunnel under the river. And what an immaculately-kept tunnel it is. No graffiti, no rubbish! We just had to take a walk through the 574 metres of it, just to get to the other side. Once on the other bank, to be honest, there is little of interest - it is mainly modern housing - although we did find an excellent tea room nearby. The main attraction of this side of the river is the view back across to the old town of Antwerp. We made the return journey, down the old wooden escalators (reminiscent of London tube stations many years ago) and back out into the old town. This is well worth taking half an hour to experience a vintage attraction of Antwerp that is still in use and useful.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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NB1957 wrote a review Jan 2020
650 contributions420 helpful votes
This tunnel should be on be on the list of must sees for everyone who visits Antwerp. Dating back to the 1930's it is quite elegant with the Art Deco buildings, the wooden escalators and the large lift. It is very neat, clean and tidy, safe and very well used. There are also lovely views of the city from the opposite bank.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Swetrat wrote a review Dec 2019
Portsmouth, United Kingdom820 contributions177 helpful votes
When in Antwerp, try to find 30 minutes to experience the wonder of this vintage pedestrian tunnel. The views back across the river Scheldt from the Linkeroever suburb towards the city and down the river towards the extensive docklands are superb. The vertiginous wooden escalators are reason alone to do this. As others have said - clean, safe...and fascinating.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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