Bus Travel

De Lijn operates Antwerp's city bus service; it's an easy system to use. Most lines begin outside Centraal Station on the Koningin Astridplein. All stops are clearly marked with a yellow pole. Tickets can be bought from vending machines at the tram stop or direct from the tram driver and cost €3 for an hour's travel across all forms of public transport. Cheaper €2.15 tickets can be purchased via SMS; simply text "DL" for a 60-minute or "DL120" for a 120-minute ticket to 4884 (a list of mobile phone operators that provide this service is available on the De Lijn website). Other options include a day pass (€8 on board, €6 bought in advance); these are available at De Lijn offices, the tourist office, and at some metro stops. Ask for a transit route map at the tourist office or metro stations. Buses run frequently, roughly 6 am–midnight, with limited night buses on Friday and Saturday leaving from Antwerp South (1:25 and 3:30 am) and Rooseveltplaats (1:45 and 3:30 am).


Bus Station. Franklin Rooseveltplaats, Meir, Antwerp, Flanders, 2060. 070/220–200; www.delijn.be/en/.

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