The Antwerp Port House is the headquarters of the Port of Antwerp-Bruges.
The ground floor of the Port House is open to the public. Would you like to explore the rest of this impressive building too? Then you can book a guided tour. Renting a room? You can do that too. For a fee, you can book a range of rooms for your event.
Zaha Hadidplein 1
Open Monday through Friday:
8am – 6pm
Nautical Operational Cluster (NOC)
The Nautical Operational Cluster (NOC) is the operational nerve centre of the port platform in Antwerp.
GPS coordinates: 51.311069, 4.323683
The NOC is easily accessible by bicycle. Are you coming from the Left Bank? Then take the Bicycle Bus and get off at the Noorderlaan stop. The NOC has a covered bicycle storage area for 48 bicycles.
Are you coming by public transport? Bus 760 stops right outside the door (Antwerp Quay 602 stop). Attention! This bus runs there and back only once a day. The timetable can be found via delijn.be. If you want to come by car, check out Smart ways to Antwerp for the most suitable route.
Pierre Vandamme House
The Pierre Vandamme House is the administrative and operational nerve centre of the port platform in Zeebrugge.
Are you coming by public transport? The Coastal Tram stops a 12-minute walk from the Pierre Vandamme House at the 'Zeebrugge Lock' stop. Heist train station is a 22-minute walk, Zeebrugge Dorp station a 30-minute walk.Visitors who prefer the car should take the N34 towards Isabellalaan.
The ABC building is a multi-functional in the heart of Zeebrugge. It houses both a cruise terminal, a visitors' centre, a shop and several multi-purpose halls.
On the first floor, cruise ship passengers can check in and out and take a breather in the waiting area with its accompanying shop. You can also rent a room there. For a fee, you can book one of the three available rooms for your event.
Are you coming by public transport? The tram stop 'Zeebrugge Kerk' is a five-minute walk from the ABC building. Zeebrugge village station is a 20-minute walk away.