Antwerp, known for its important centre of diamond cutting, is a Belgian city located in the northern centre of the country and it is part of the Flemish region.
Its port is one of the most important in Europe, and it is a very important area of commercial activity in Belgium.
It has got universities with a rich cultural life and a very important leisure offer.
His Statue of Brabo Silvio, His Royal Museum of Fine Arts, the Church of Santiago (a tourist destination within the Camino de Santiago from the Netherlands) or MHKA Contemporary Art Museum are just some of the essential tourist destinations that you have to visit during your stay in it.
Another aspect that characterizes this city is the great responsibility towards the environment, sustainability is one of their ways of life and ride a bike to get around the city is something typical and I would say even cultural, the entire city is suitable for this kind of vehicles.
Its official language is Dutch, colloquially also called the Flemish, and the French, but with a good level of English you can start your adventure. Once there, you can learn Dutch, if required for your education or job.
To move around Antwerp, the best options are: bus, tram or bike.
Being a port city it has oceanic climate.