Port House - Antwerp
Havenbedrijf Antwerpen NV van publiek recht
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By public transport
Visit the website of De Lijn (public transport company) to plan your route: www.delijn.be
Bus: bus stop 'Ferdinanduspolder'.
Tram: take tram 6 to 'Kinepolis', which is a 15-minute walk from the Port House.
Train: Antwerp Central Station is the nearest big train station, which is close by F. Rooseveltplaats where you can take a bus, or the underground station Astrid where you can take tram 6.
Calculate the shortest route with Google Maps or a bicycle route planner if you come by bike.
You can park your bicycle in the underground parking of the Port House. There are charging points for electric bicycles.
There is a double Velo station right in front of the Port House available, next to the entrance of the underground parking (Mexicostraat). Other nearby Velo stations are 'Indiëstraat' and 'Kambalastraat'.
GPS coordinates: 51°14'28.5"N 4°24'26.6"E
The Port House has two private parking where visitors can park.
Underground parking of the Port House: the entrance is at the Mexicostraat. A digital sign at the entrance shows how many parking spaces are still available. There are charging points for electric cars.
Parking 'Straatsburg': you can park here if the underground parking is full. This parking is next to the parking of restaurant 'Het pomphuis', diagonally opposite the Port House. The entrance and exit of the parking are on the Merantistraat. From here it is a two minute walk to the Port House.
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