Travelling

Please make your travel arrangements well in advance!

Antwerp is easily accessible by plane, train, car and bus. 

By train

Antwerp Central Station is at walking distance from the workshop venue.

International railway lines link Brussels and Antwerp to several other major European cities. The European high-speed train project includes the Thalys, the Eurostar and the Eurotunnel. There are direct rail links with different cities in France, the Netherlands and Germany. Antwerp can be reached from the UK by Eurostar via Brussels. For more information consult the International Belgian Railways website.

By air

  • Brussels Airport
    Brussels Airport is the most frequently used gateway to Antwerp. From Brussels Airport you can travel to Antwerp by train, bus or shuttle:
  • Brussels South Charleroi Airport
    Brussels South Charlerloi Airport is home to Ryanair. From Brussels South Charlerloi Airport you can travel to Antwerp by train or by bus:
  • Antwerp Airport
    Antwerp Airport is a small international airport situated in Deurne. Bus routes 51, 52 and 53 from De Lijn provide a regular connection with the railway station Antwerpen-Berchem from where national and international train connections will bring you to your destination. Take tram 9 at Antwerpen-Berchem to go to the city centre.

By bus

  • Eurolines
    Read more on Eurolines for destinations, timetables and prices.
     
  • Flixbus
    Read more on Flixbus for cheap busses to Paris, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam and Utrecht.
     
  • De Lijn
    Within the province and the city of Antwerp transport is organised by the public transport company De Lijn.

By car

Antwerp lies at the crossroads of the E17, E19, E34, and E313 motorways. Due to roadworks, the city center can be difficult to reach by car. Note also that the city center is a low emission zone: the most polluting cars are no longer welcome. Up to date information about the roadworks and low emmision zone can be found here.