Getting there - Opera Antwerp
The opera house is accessible via Opera Square.
Wheelchair users can enter the opera house via the box office. Read more about accesibility.
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Coming by bike? Leave your bike at the Keyserlei bike park or in the underground bike park of the Opera metro station. The nearest Velo stations are located at the beginning of the Meir and in Anneessenstraat (side street of Keyserlei).
BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT
The nearest train station is Antwerp-Central. For the detailed timetable, please consult the SNCB website.
You will find following tramlines in our neighbourhood:
- Tram line 1, Opera station.
- Tram line 2/6, Diamond station.
- Metro line 8, Astrid station.
- Metro line 3/5/9/10/15, Opera station.
For an easy route planner, please visit the website of De Lijn.
Numerous city and regional buses still stop at Rooseveltplaats, behind the opera house. Detailed information is also available on the De Lijn website.
P+R (CAR TO CITY OUTSKIRTS + TRAM TO CENTRE)
The ideal combination to avoid traffic problems in the city: use one of the numerous park & ride car parks on the outskirts of the city and from there take the tram to the Antwerp opera house.
TO THE OPERA BY CAR
If you want to drive into the centre of Antwerp by car, you can find the latest information on accessibility and road works at slimnaarantwerpen.be. You can park on Parking Opera Antwerpen underneath the Operaplein or on Parking De Keyser in Van Ertbornstraat.
The access road via Quellinstraat is interrupted. If you come by car, we recommend you to follow the Leien and use the Opera car park in the tunnel. Van Ertbornstraat is only accessible from Antwerp North. Discover more on slimnaarantwerpen.be.