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Apart from the main municipal tram network, there are two tourist ways to get around the city, the "noddy train" which rattles around the city for 7 euros for an hour, or the hop on-hop off bus which is 12 euros for an hour with...More
A 40 minute overview of the old town in a rattly carriage and on occasion the commentary was inaudible when on the cobbled streets.
Interesting facts and some less obvious places were seen although we did seem to regularly double back on our tracks, possibly...More
We found the Touristram to be a very economical way to get an overview of Antwerp and select points of interest where we wanted to come back for a visit . At 7 euros for 50 minutes , it was a good deal . The...More
Because we went off-season we had the train pretty much to ourselves. My family was certainly alone in one of the carriages. We didn't even have to fold up the pushchair!
Our driver was lovely. What a refreshing change to not be hassled either to...More
See a well preserved small city. Focus on art, sculptures, and architecture. This place is so well organized in the city center. The water front has multiple places for louging, sun bathing and night life. There's a good blues cafe near the Cathedral with an...More
Disappointed we couldn't work out how to do this by proper tram. However, we like to get our bearings in a new place when we arrive, and this did the job.
Not a smooth ride, but that had less to do with the train than...More
Stepped aboard to take the 45 minute trip around Old Antwerp which was enjoyable and although we didn't go any great distance I did see parts that I hadn't come across before. As with city tours of this type it is easy to get disorientated...More
We used HopnStop recently and found it to be very uncomfortable and the tour covered very few sights. The commentary was often delivered after you had passed the site it described so was of little use. All the sites covered with the exception of the...More