An entire collection of valuable possessions in just one painting? That’s possible in the “Collector’s cabinet”, painted by Frans Francken II in 1619 and currently displayed in the KMSKA in Antwerp. In just one painting you can find drawings, paintings, coins, flowers, and exotic shells. If you look closely, you can discover many interesting details….
Het Steen is certainly one of the most important sights of Antwerp. It was originally built as a fortress and during the centuries has served the city in many different ways, such as home for disabled soldiers at the beginning of the 19th century. Het Steen today a visitor center that allows you to discover…
Traveling to Antwerp by train
If you catch the train to Antwerp, you won’t be disappointed. This impressive view of the Antwerp Central Station surprised my group during my last tour of this great city. The tour was focused on art. We visited the Cathedral, the Museum Plantin-Moretus the Rubens House. A busy schedule that everyone loved!