Multicultural Antwerp

A closer look at the most diverse neighborhood of Antwerp and its surroundings

Today, people of 180 different nationalities live in Antwerp. And that entails a unique mix of cultures. On this tour, you will cross the station area and Antwerp-North, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Antwerp, with a guide. We walk through colorful streets with a special multicultural offer of restaurants and shops. On the way, we pass a mosque and a Buddhist temple (that we do not enter). The guide will tell you fascinating facts about the migration history and the different cultures that live in Antwerp. They will discuss The Moroccan, Jewish, Turkish, and various African and Asian communities. See the whole world pass by in Antwerp and discover how our city has become (or perhaps always has been?) so diverse.

Close-up of Guide Poll
A group listening to the guide during our multicultural tour.
Guide Poll walking with a group in Chinatown Antwerp

Practical Info

Starting point:
The tour starts at De Keyserlei, at the side entrance of the Central Station.
Our guide is recognizable by a gray shoulder bag and name badge.

End point:
De Keyserlei, at the side entrance of the Central Station.

2 hours

€ 165 per group (up to 16 participants). For a larger group, we will use several guides. In that case you pay € 165 per extra guide.

You can request this tour in Dutch, English, French or German.

Book this tour

Would you like to book a guide for a private tour in this multicultural neighbourhood? This is possible all year round at any time of the day.

Our guides

Our enthusiastic guides are great storytellers. They will tell you all about their favorite places. They will also definitely show you hidden gems in the city and ensure you won’t get bored.
They know Antwerp from the back of their hands. They are flexible and possess a good sense of humor. If you want a great tour by a local that takes you to places you have never been before, Walking in Antwerp is the way to go.