Situated between Holland and France, Belgium offers a number of historic cities, lively nightlife, great restaurants and a string of other attractions for tourists to enjoy. Famous for Belgian chocolate, waffles, beer and lace, Belgium is a great destination for a holiday.
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Considered by some to be the "Venice of the North", Brugge has a well-maintained historic core that has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once the leading trading center of Europe and the world's richest city, today's slow paced Brugge is a tourist's delight. Brugge is compact and made for walking, boating, wandering, and relaxing. Be sure to see the Belfry and the Memling Museum.
Although in existence for over a thousand years, Brussels remains a cosmopolitan and cultured city. Tourist Brussels starts with the Grand Place (Grote Markt), which will lead you to notice the the Gothic and Classical architectures of the city's churches and palaces (Palais des Nation, Royal Palace, and House of Parliament). Art is prominent in Brussels and a visit to the Royal Museum of Fine Art is a must. Finally, remember the saying, "if you are in Brussels, you must try the Mussels".
Ghent is an industrial city with an interesting, compact medieval core. The Old Town is one that is worth your time if you have seen Brugge and Brussels Be sure to see the Castle of the Counts of Flanders, the Belfry, and the Cloth Hall. See the Cathedral of Saint Bavo for its beauty and the art that it contains.
Antwerp's trade eventually eclipsed that of Brugge and the city is now the second largest port in Europe. Antwerp is a large, working, industrial city focused on the trade of its port. In its historic center, a mixture of architectural styles lends charm to the city and its diamond district lends allure. Be sure to see the gothic Cathedral of Our Lady, the Plantin Moretus Museum, and the Diamond Museum.
Located directly at the Belgium Atlantic coast, Ostend is known as 'The Queen of the Belgian sea-side resorts', not only because the Belgium Royal Family spend their holidays here but also because of its impressive beauty. Ostends well-preserved architecture of will strike you as much as its hospitable people and small markets all across the narrow streets.