Antwerp has an excellent integrated system of public transportation consisting of buses and trams. This network covers destinations throughout Antwerp and its suburbs. Taxis can be found at specific locations around town, but they can be expensive; ride-hailing apps such as Uber are an alternative. Visitors also have the option of hiring a car and driving is fairly straightforward in the city. Free parking is in short supply but drivers can always find a secure car park for a fee. Antwerp's dedicated bike lanes make cycling a great way to explore; visitors will find plenty of places to rent a bike for the day.
The airport is located three miles (5km) east of central Antwerp.
Antwerp International (ANR)
LocationThe airport is located three miles (5km) east of central Antwerp.
Getting to the city
Buses 51, 52 and 53 leave towards Antwerp Central Station regularly. Taxis are available outside arrivals.
TimeGMT +1 (GMT +2 from March to October).
Sixt and Hertz operate from the airport.
Metered taxis are available outside the airport.
Airport facilities include a bank, restaurant, duty-free shopping, conference rooms, and a business lounge.
Parking is available at the airport.