The street is quite busy and it has plenty to see from little pubs, fritteries, Cloth Stores (Hipsters), erotic shops, computer shops, antiques and many other stores. Is great to park at the Zuid and walk all the way in the direction of the grand Platz and the cathedral. IF you have time to enjoy a nice walk, you should... 更多
Sunday afternoon, all the vintage, retro and antiques shops are open. In between enough coffee bars, cafes, etc to have a drink or eat something. Your are not alonem but it is not too busy either !
what a wonderfull way to pass a boring sunday afternoon. park your car on the vlaamsekaai. have some cake at tinsel an then walk along the kloosterstraat. sure you will find some treasure at one of the antiques stores. (tante brocante is my favourite) Finish at the sunday marquet on the sint annatunnel square.
They told me they had a light I wanted either one in "excellent" condition or one with a repair. I bought the one in excellent condition. What was shipped to me was the damaged light. They were advised. Then started months of emails "we're looking for the replacement, hard to find, we're on summer vacation" etc etc. Then suddenly... silence.... 更多
One of the few streets whose businesses seem to be fully open on Sundays, that makes of Kloosterstraat one of the favourite picks for a Sunday stroll. Some nice buildings and courtyards to visit too.
Busy street, some good antique shops but overall now a sort of souk with cheap and not so nice shops and people walking around, certainly on a weekend
This street is located between the old town of Antwerp and the "new south" which is the more trendy part of Antwerp. The shops are open on Sundays and you can find many antiques shops and specialty shops as well. There is also a great boutique "Your" selling luxury brands clothing and accessories. Great sandwiches at the end of the... 更多
most shops are closed on Sunday so this is the perfect thing to do on a nice day... just walk in and out of the antique and brocante and collectors' shops. Nice bars and eateries line up between the shops