The Queen Elisabeth Hall is located in the heart of Antwerp and is within easy reach by public transport. Adjacant to Antwerp Central Station, it boasts easy train connections and many tram and busstops close by. Moreover, there is ample parking space in the immediate surrounding.
The Queen Elisabeth Hall is located in the heart of Antwerp, next to Antwerp Central Station.
Getting to the Queen Elisabeth Hall the smart way, by train.
A lot of roadworks are planned in and around Antwerp in 2019. The smartest way to get to the Queen Elisabeth Hall is by train.
NOTICE: The Queen Elisabeth Hall is situated in a low emission zone (LEZ) which the city of Antwerp is reinforcing as of 1 February 2017 to enhance air quality. From then on, the most polluting vehicles will be banned from the city centre. Use the online test to see if your car is allowed to enter the zone and demand a temporary permit or day pass if need be.
You can find further information about the low emission policy of the city of Antwerp on their website: www.slimnaarantwerpen.be/en/lez
Parking with discount
At Parking Station ZOO (formerly Nova) and Parking Breidel, visitors of the Queen Elisabeth Hall get a special discount.
Parking Station ZOO (formerly Nova): visitors of the Queen Elisabeth Hall pay €4 for a day ticket.
Don't forget to ask attendants in the Queen Elisabeth Hall to validate your parking ticket!
A good number of car parks are available in the immediate vicinity of the Queen Elisabeth Hall. Electronic signposts announce the location of car parks and free spaces (purple zone). The nearest car park is Q-Park.
Park & Ride
If you'd rather not drive and park in the busy Antwerp city centre, you can always use the Park & Ride formula: park easily and for free outside the city and hop on the tram or bus to the Queen Elisabeth Hall. Find an overview of all the park & ride locations in the city on this website: www.slimnaarantwerpen.be.
The Queen Elisabeth Hall is located next to Antwerp Central Station. All information, timetables, and fares can be found on the NMBS website.
By tram or bus
Over twenty tram and bus routes stop within 250 metres from the Queen Elisabeth Hall.
Will you soon be driving a full bus load of visitors to the Queen Elisabeth Hall? No problem! Coaches can drive up to the Astridplein, and allow visitors to get off or on there.
As a cyclist, you support sustainable transport and a greener society. Leave your bike in the underground parking space under the Koningin Astridplein. This underground parking space is also home to Fietspunt Antwerpen-Centraal, where you can also rent bikes and find a small bike repair workshop.
Velo, the city’s handy bike
The Velos are an integrated form of public transport and a quick alternative to traffic jams. Return the bike to a Velo station close to your destination upon arrival. These bikes are ideal to get you to your destination quickly and efficiently, when used in combination with train, tram, bus, or car.
For more information, please visit www.velo-antwerpen.be.