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Follow the Mr. Right series to the Belgian city of Antwerp and experience the sights and sceneries shown in the drama series.
Take a look below to see everything that's included in this luxurious Mr. Right trip.
Check-in Boutique Hotel Julien**** or similar (not included)
In the heart of the historic city of Antwerp, you will find the upscale and beautifully designed Hotel Julien. This urban retreat offers guests an oasis of tranquillity in a relaxed and welcoming setting. Situated in two 16th century properties, the hotel has been lovingly restored and authentic features are effortlessly combined with contemporary furnishings to offer you every comfort.
Day 3: Follow Mr. Right to Antwerp
Visit Rubenshuis – FINDING MR. RIGHT FILM LOCATION
This city palace was the home of the brilliant and multifaceted artist Rubens and his family. Many of his masterpieces were created in this house, located in the heart of Antwerp. The museum does not only have an interesting collection, it also shows how the master artist lived and worked.
Discover DIVA and enter a magnificent universe full of diamonds, jewels, and goldsmith art. DIVA, the new star of Antwerp introduces you to unique craftsmanship, fascinating anecdotes, intense emotions, and impressive sets. Most of all, you will be taken on a journey through Antwerp’s diamond story.
Mister Right Dinner at Duke of Antwerp (Included) – FINDING MR. RIGHT FILM LOCATION
Welcome to Duke of Antwerp, an authentic gastropub located on the busiest boulevard of Antwerp: de Keyserlei. In this cozy, authentic gastro-pub you’ll immediately feel as happy as a king. Perfect service and top quality are no idle words here.
Day 4: Mr. Right's Antwerp adventure
Voetgangerstunnel – FINDING MR. RIGHT FILM LOCATION
St Anna’s Tunnel – or Underpass, as the locals like to refer to it – was opened in 1933. Both on the left and on the right bank, you can still access the tunnel using the authentic wooden escalators which were unique at the opening.
MAS (Museum Aan de Stroom)
Visitors to Antwerp have been flocking to the hip Eilandje district, an old dockside neighborhood, to visit the MAS | Museum aan de Stroom, which opened in 2011. This is where the city and the port – the second largest port in Europe even – converge. The stunning architecture and the museum collection are perfect examples of this. The viewing deck on top of the museum offers a unique panoramic view of the city.
Porthouse (Not Included)
Antwerp’s latest architectural jewel is the Port House. This funky and innovative building, with roots in the past, is the new headquarters of the Antwerp Port Authority that accommodates over 500 employees. You can also plan a guided tour of the building and enjoy the panoramic view over the port and the city.