Mood: Is your boss already aware that you perform twice as well in the office if you have had the chance to enjoy an invigorating morning work-out?
Styling: Unzip your hip sports bag and pull a comfy sweater over your breathable shirt before setting off on your ride to work.
Location: The Linkeroever Voetgangerstunnel (Pedestrian Tunnel)
Welcome to the Voetgangerstunnel
Officially, it is called the St. Anna Tunnel, but it is better known locally as the Voetgangerstunnel – a beautiful architectural gem under the River Scheldt that is 572 metres long and 31.57 metres deep. The photogenic wooden escalators at the entrance of the tunnel attracted many visitors in 1933, and it's no different today. From tourists who want to take a snapshot, a workforce that commutes between Linkeroever and the city on a daily basis, to professional photographers and directors who use the tunnel as a backdrop for their art project: everyone wants to walk through this tunnel. The authentic entrance halls and the old warning signs complete the historical character of this piece of unique heritage.