Look and listen to the city of Antwerp in a way you will never forget.

For many years Gerd has guided people through her city. She tells you about the rich history of Antwerp, its buildings, its commerce and people. 

In her tales she mixes history with stories and anecdotes and she takes you back in time at the places you visit.
You can choose from lots of theme-walks.  "There is something for everyone" is the motto of De Klank van 't Stad, for adults and children. 
Als for the latter she has an adapted walks with music, stories and games.

Let De Klank van 't Stad show you Antwerp and you'll have a totally different experience!

COVID 19-pandemic: we operate according to the rules our government imposes at the time of the tour.

't Eilandje

"Het Eilandje" is Antwerp's core harbour.

In the 16th century, Gilbert van Schoonbeke designed and executed a  “masterplan” to build the city walls and renovate the road infrastructure, docks and waterways.
At that time the "Eilandje" was created : a piece of city surrounded by water.

Walk with us through the history of this unique part of our city.


COGELS-OSYLEI and its neighbourhood

When this quarter was built (1881 – 1914) the Art Nouveau, eclectic and neo-classical styles were the immensely popular. This period is called the “Belle Époque” and when one looks at the buildings it becomes clear why. Jacques de Weert, Jules Hofman and Joseph Bascourt designed and built beautiful and stylish houses for the Antwerp bourgeoisie. Art nouveau elements were skilfully added to the fronts. All houses have a front garden and walking in this street is an architectural adventure.  


Chocolate Walk

Melt it shortly in your mouth, bite it twice or thrice to release the flavours and push the mixture to the roof of your mouth .....  

Chocolate, a magical word for many of us!