Antwerp lies about 45 kilometers north of Brussels and can be easily reached by air, rail or road. More information about Antwerp (including a map) can be found at www.visitantwerpen.be.
Travel to Antwerp by air
From Brussels airport there are two convenient options to get to Antwerp.
The fastest option (45 minutes) is to take a shuttle bus which goes directly to Antwerp with only two stops (first stop - on request, and the request has to be made when boarding the bus - is the Crowne Plaza Hotel, south of Antwerp; second and last stop is at Antwerp Central Station). This shuttle bus leaves the airport each hour, on the hour (see timetable). from one level below the arrivals level and a ticket costs € 10,-.
The second option is by rail. There are 2 trains per hour leaving directly for Antwerp, with a traveltime of about 40 minutes Please check the website of the Belgian national railways for timetables. A ticket will cost € 12,40 and trains leave the railway station from level -1 .
A direct taxi from Brussels airport to Antwerp will cost about € 100,-.
Please check the website of the Belgian national railways for timetables. Antwerp lies on the Thalys network and is served by direct high-speed trains between Amsterdam and Paris. The Thalys train from Köln and Eurostar train from London go to Brussels where you have to change to an Inter-City train to Antwerp.
Travel to Antwerp by road
The main motorways leading to Antwerp are the E-19 (from Breda in the north and Brussels in the south), E-34 (from Eindhoven/Duisburg), E-313 (from Liège/Aachen) and E-17 (from Gent/Lille).
Please look at this map of the city campus where you'll find the workshop venue "Grauwzusters" in the Lange Sint-Annastraat, Building S on the map.