Explore the many examples of Antwerp's rich cultural heritage as you tour Belgium's second-largest city built around Europe's second-largest harbor. Take in all of the beautiful surroundings and listen as your guide reveals the reasons Antwerp is known as the world’s diamond center.
Drive north through the scenic countryside towards the Dutch border and arrive in the city center. Admire the picture-perfect gothic architecture of the Market Square with its 16th-century guild houses. Explore the magnificent Cathedral of Our Lady, containing a significant number of splendid works by Peter Paul Rubens, the world-renowned 17th-century painter.
No trip to Antwerp is complete without a visit to a diamond workshop. Wander through the Diamond Quarter and see expert cutters and polishers hard at work creating some of the world’s finest diamonds. In fact, 85% of the world's rough diamonds are traded in the city annually.
As you make your way back to Brussels, enjoy wide-ranging views of the picturesque harbor, which is Europe’s second-largest.