2 Storey modern Bohemian House of Antwerp located in Art Nouveau Neighborhood

  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms


A very well located house for group stays

Bohemian offers you the opportunity to rent an entire house or to have private rooms or shared rooms. Basic Bohemian a bed a night and bath. Private or shared. On demand! Two levels separate! Possibility to Rent Entire Private! Please On Request Only, different pricing! Basic breakfast service request € 11 Public Transport 30 meters from the house Bus, tram, train, taxi * Parking space in the same street as the house. * 15 minutes walk from the Central Station of Antwerp City

GRAND TERRACE Half-Roofed, Large Dining Table, Including BBQ and Equipment!

Guest access
* Access to Kitchen and Terrace is from 10 am-10pm. * Extra service: Bohemian Bites & drinks on request for a affordable price

Guest interaction
24h WIFI * Permission of Airbnb to send guests home during their stay in case of misbehaving, intoxication, noise disturbance etc
Neighborhood overview
A beautiful area in Antwerp largely developed between 1894 and 1906 that features a high concentration of townhouses in Art Nouveau and other fine-de-siècle styles

Getting around
Public transport: 15 min walk to the CENTRAL STATION OF ANTWERP tram stop, taxi and bus around the corner. 10 min. Tram ride to the HISTORICAL CENTER Car: Parking in front of the house

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 bunk bed, 2 double beds
Bedroom 2
2 bunk beds, 1 floor mattress, 2 single beds
Bedroom 3
1 bunk bed, 1 floor mattress, 1 single bed
Common spaces
2 couches, 1 queen bed, 5 single beds, 1 sofa bed

Belgium, a country in Western Europe, is known for medieval towns, Renaissance architecture and as its headquarters of the European Union and NATO. The country has distinctive regions including Dutch-speaking Flanders to the north, French-speaking Wallonia to the south and a German-speaking community to the east. The bilingual capital, Brussels, has ornate guildhalls at Grand Place and elegant art-nouveau buildings

Berchem is a southern district of the municipality and city of Antwerp in the Flemish Region of Belgium. Berchem is located along the Old Big Road (Dutch for 'Big Paved Road') that has connected Brussels to Antwerp for several centuries; The town borders the districts of Deurne, Borgerhout, Wilrijk and Antwerp and the municipality of Mortsel. Berchem itself consists of three quarters, Old Berchem, Groenenhoek and Nieuw Kwartier
The 'Ring', Antwerp's circular motorway, which follows the track of the former city defense walls, cuts Berchem into two parts, separating the urban inner area of ​​Old Berchem (intra muros) from the more residential and suburban areas of Groenenhoek and Nieuwkwartier (Extra muros)

Antwerp [ɑntʋɛrpə (n)], French: Anvers [ɑvɛʁ (s)]) is a city in Belgium, the capital of Antwerp province in the region of Flanders. With a population of 510, 610, [2] it is the most populous city proper in Belgium. Its metropolitan area houses around 1, 200, 000 people, which is second behind Brussels. [3] [4]
Antwerp is on the River Scheldt, linked to the North Sea at the Westerschelde estuary. The Port of Antwerp is one of the largest in the world, ranked second in Europe [5] [better source needed] and within the top 20 globally. [6]
Antwerpen heeft lang geleden een belangrijke stad in de lage landen, zowel economisch als cultureel, vooral voor de Spaanse Fury (1576) in de Nederlandse Revolt. The inhabitants of Antwerp are nicknamed Sinjoren, after the Spanish honorific señor or French seigneur, "Lord", referring to the Spanish noblemen who ruled the city in the 17th century. [7] The city hosted the 1920 Summer Olympics

Points of Interest [edit]
The Zurenborg area hosts a high concentration of Art Nouveau and other fine-de-siècle style townhouses, many built between 1894 and 1906. The main streets of interest are Cogels-Osylei, Transvaal Street, and Waterloo Street. Efter det område, der var berettiget til nedrivning i 1960'erne, blev erstattet med et forretnings- og kontorskompleks, nedrivning kunne forhindres, mens området fik monumental status i 1980'erne. In recent years, the area became an attraction for architecture-minded visitors
The Driekoningenstraat - Statiestraat is the main shopping and commercial area of ​​Berchem. Though suffering competition from suburban shopping centers, the retail highstreet still has an interesting mix of Belgian, local, and international convenience and non-food stores. The high street has recently been refurbished, giving more space to pedestrians

Transport [edit]
The railway station of Antwerp-Berchem, located within the district, is the second largest station in the city of Antwerp. Med et par unntak, som for eksempel Thalys høyhastighets tog, næsten alle togstoppere i Antwerpen har en stop på Antwerpen-Berchem station. [1] The district of Berchem is also served by the Antwerp tram routes 4, 7, 9, 11 and 15, and numerous bus lines, which connect Berchem with the bordering districts and communities, and are operated by the Flemish transport company De Lijn. [2]
As of 2016 the Taiwanese airline EVA Air provides shuttle bus services to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol from Berchem, (near Antwerp-Berchem bus station); That way, Belgium-based customers may use its flights to and from Amsterdam. The service is co-operated with Lauwers NV. [3]
Antwerp-Berchem is a railway station in the south of the city of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. The station opened on May 3, 1836 on railway lines 25, 27, 27A and 59
From opening until 1975, the station was simply known as Berchem, later changing to Berchem (Antwerp), at a time that international trains stopped here instead of Antwerp East. In 1983, when Berchem and Antwerp became one city, the station was renamed Antwerp-Berchem
International Thalys and Benelux services (from Amsterdam to Brussels and Paris) stopped calling at this station, following the opening of the North-South tunnel under Antwerp-Centraal. Since December 2014, the Benelux service (Amsterdam - Brussels) calls at the station again


Antwerp International Airport (+32 3 285 6500) is in the southwestern outskirts of the city

VLM Airlines (+44 845 5280678; CityJet (0871 405 2020;

Eurostar (08705 186 186; with a change in Brussels

The tourist information office (+32 3 232 0103) is at Grote Markt 13. Open Mon-Sat, 9 am-5. 45pm; Sundays, 9 am-4. 45pm

Antwerp makes a great city break all year round, but is best in spring, summer and autumn when the weather is warm and the city is at its most beautiful

Grain market 13
Chef Seppe Nobel makes simple dishes with honey from Graanmarkt 13's rooftop beehives and vegetables from the kitchen garden. About £ 55 for two

The Jane
Eye-catching interiors and superb cooking The Jane the hottest table in town. About £ 85 for two

Hip bakery Konditori supplies The Apartment (see Where to Stay) with Paris-quality croissants, homemade bread and cloud-light custard-cream pastries

Two-Michelin-starred t'Zilte at the top of the MAS serves some of the most sophisticated food in town. About £ 170 for two

Saint Felix Warehouse
Sint-Felix Pakhuis was one of the first new-wave restaurants to open in Het Eilandje. About £ 55 for two

Roastery, shop and café Normo serves drip-filter coffee and cold brews


Manuel Wouters, who learns his trade on the QEII, mixes award-winning classic cocktails (Mai Tai, Bellini) at SIPS

Korsakov Café
Korsakov Café is the kind of place where you can see a local model hanging out because her mate's band is playing

Dogma Cocktails
Head to Dogma Cocktails for cracking tiki-bar concoctions


Keizerstraat 10-12 (+32 3 201 9250) Rockox was Antwerp's mayor during the Golden Age when it was marketed, and his former home contains his private art collection, including works by artists such as Rubens, Van Dyck, Brueghel, Jordaens, Teniers. And Massys

Leuvenstraat 32 (+32 3 260 9999) The Museum of Contemporary Art, housed in a former grain and warehouse in the South district, comprises a 13, 000-square-foot exhibition space devoted to art - both international and Belgian - from the 1970s onward

Lange Gasthuisstraat 19 (+32 3 338 81 88; Displays works by Flemish painters such as Pieter Brueghel the Elder
Vrijdagmarkt 22 (+32 3 221 1450) This museum follows 300 years of printing history

Leopold de Waelplaats (+32 3 224 95 50) The place to see artworks by Van Eyck, Memling, Rubens, Ensor, Permeke and many other artists

Wapper 9-11 (+32 3 201 1555; Rubens' house is now a museum of his life and artwork

Despite its modest size, shopping in Antwerp is an experience that fits the city's status as an international fashion capital. Whatever your personal style, you can choose between the elegant offerings of major fashion houses, cutting-edge boutiques, small independent workshops and outstanding, pace-setting concept stores


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