Antwerp: Belgium's best-kept secret
Antwerp, a Dutch-speaking city in Belgium, is one of Europe's best-kept secrets. Take a look at some of the city's attractions.
Tourists and residents relax at an outdoor cafe in Antwerp near to the Rubens house. (Sept. 15, 2007)
Antwerp's Grand Central train station, built in 1905, is many visitors' welcome to the Belgian city.
The Museum aan de Stroom (MAS), a new design a museum in the Eilandje part of Antwerp, opened in 2011. (Feb. 18, 2012)
Grote Market with traditional facades in the old town of Antwerp, Belgium.
Tthe statue of Silvius Brabo throwing a hand, in front of the Antwerp Town Hall.
The banks of the Scheldt River are popular with residents and tourists in Antwerp.
This 13th-century "Steen" castle was one of the earliest buildings in Antwerp constructed from stone.