Antwerp is situated in the north of Belgium in Flanders, 45 kilometres from Brussels via the E19. The city is also capital of the Antwerp province. With a population of 507,000 in January 2012, the municipality was the most populous in Belgium, and, together with its suburbs, had a population of 1,250,000. The city of Antwerp is on the banks of the Scheldt river, and is famous for its major international cargo port. From a tourism point of view, the city has numerous museums, such as those celebrating the painter Pierre Paul Rubens and the printing press Plantin-Moretus. There are several magnificent buildings such as the City Hall, Het Steen and numerous churches offering magnificent scenery, not forgetting the Grand-Place and its famous statue of Brabo. In terms of public transport, there are trams and buses, two railway stations (Antwerp-Central and Antwerp-Berchem) and a bicycle sharing system. The price of housing is slightly above average.