Antwerp is the second largest city in Belgium. This Belgian economic lung is full of places to discover. Antwerp’s nightlife is concentrated around bars and party venues.
Paters vaetje Antwerpse night bar
Nighttime festivities have lost their zeal since the arrival of COVID in 2020. Many nightspots have not been open for 18 months and some have even been closed permanently.
Paters Vaetje is a well-known Antwerp bar in the historic district. It is located Blauwmoezelstraat 1 in Antwerp.
Accommodation in Antwerp
The historic district in which Paters Vaetje is located is popular with tourists and locals alike. To live there, you have to be prepared to pay a high rent in Antwerp.
Attention: The new Flemish Housing Code has been in force since 1 January 2020. This housing code specific to the Flemish Region has clarified the rules regarding housing. Pay special attention to the rental deposit rules. The housing code allows the landlord to request up to 3 months’ rent blocked on an account identified under the rental guarantee.
Rents in Antwerp have steadily and gradually increased over the past 2 decades. Housing costs are expected to continue to rise in the coming years (2022-2027).
Living in Antwerp
Antwerp is a cosmopolitan city, the city is rich in architectural and cultural heritage.