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There was lots of pedestrian traffic at the St. Anna's Tunnel / Pedestrians Tunnel in both directions so it felt safe to walk. The bicycles stuck to the middle so you do have to watch for them they did not seem to have bells, I...More
This tunnel is easily accessible on both side if the bank. If yiy come from the town hall, just head towards the river and make a left turn. Look for a boring looking and old industrial looking building with cyclists emerging (see attached pix). A...More
What a great way to get across the river. The wooden escalators are like something out of a Flash Gordon Movie, Real Art Deco. They are in excellent condition. The tunnel itself is so bright and clean. Keep a watch out for bicycles though. (10...More
If you want to have the best view of the city for sunrise, sunset, nightime, or really any time, you should go through this tunnel.
You can also take the ferry, but this is really cool. You can always take the ferry one way and...More
This is just out of the ordinary! Saw it on trip advisor and decided to give it a go! The escalators are of another era wooden. Once down the bottom you have to be prepared to share your walk with many speeding bikes!! They can...More
A true marvel of engineering . The tunnel is underwater and joins the old town of Antwerpen to Linkerover . Its restricted to pedestrians and cyclists. The escalators are wooden ones and immaculately maintained. The lift is pretty spacious too and allows cycles . It...More
This underground tunnel allows you to walk between Antwerp and The Netherlands. It's reached by a pair of beautiful antique escalators. There is an exhibit explaining its construction history, which was interesting. It was beautifully lit up for Pride weekend when we visited. You can...More