Antwerp Events 2011
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Here is a list of the official Public Holidays 2011 for both the Flemish and Walloon communities.
For Antwerp SUMMER Events follow the link. To avoid surprises it is essential to know when those holidays take place since some shops, museums and attractions will be closed.
Antwerp FALL Events: Things to do from September to November.
The admission fee is 10 EUR. That’s 0,06 EUR per artist. That’s the deal of the century.
Christmas and New Year Events
If you are having an Antwerp Christmas here is a list of not to miss Antwerp Events.
St Nicholas (Sint Niklaas) arrives on 6 December to visit good children. Shops abound with yummy treats such as marzipan, flat hard cakes known as ‘klaasjes’ and ‘speculoos’, a hard gingerbread molded in the form of St. Nicholas.
And then the celebrations continue with the Antwerp Christmas Market. An absolutely magical event. There are wooden huts in the middle of the square selling all sorts of traditional specialities. You can sip mulled wine under the Christmas tree or try one of Antwerp's famous jenevers while warming up next to a cozy open fire
More Antwerp Winter Events last year's sample ...
Winter village:12 December until 4 January, parking cruiseterminal
Sunday until thursday: 12 P.M.-8 P.M.Indoor winterfair: 26 December until 4 January, Waagnatie
Sunday shopping: 14 December and 21 December
Magical Christmas lights along the axis from Central Station to the Scheldt quays
Giant Christmas trees in Koningin Astridplein, Handschoenmarkt and Grote Markt
New Year’s fireworks: 31 December, Scheldt quays
Christmas tree bonfire: 10 January, Antwerp-Linkeroever
New Year’s drink: 11 January, Grote Markt
BEER EVENTS: Ok, this is an Antwerpian tourist guide and I don’t like sending people out of my city. But some things are so amazing that I have to break this rule from time to time. Public brewing session at Cantillon brewery in Brussels
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