Travel highlights Belgium
Known as the Capital of Cool, Antwerp is known for its vibrant nightlife, its funky bars and wonderful restaurants. Antwerp is also stands for art historical buildings, and the biggest diamond center in the world.
Called the Venice of the North, Bruges historical cobblestoned city centre is divided by many small canals. It is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is teeming with places of interest. You can easily see Bruges on foot, by boat along quiet canals, or by horse-drawn carriage.
Brussels is quickly gaining a reputation as one of Europe's must-see destinations, with its charm, trendy bars and restaurants, fabulous food, great nightlife, fantastic shopping, numerous museums, and other attractions including the diverse and interesting exhibitions and festivals organized there every year. Don't miss the light show on the Grand Place in the evenings.
Ghent is a wonderful city to visit with lovely cafes, and a vibrant energy. The city has an Opera House, and a beautiful Cathedral, where you will find the famous polyptych, the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb painted by the brothers Jan and Hubert van Eyck in 1432.
Mechelen, filled with listed buildings and monuments, is a small and picturesque city that is big on charm and history.
Impressive fortified Namur built in the 3rd century, is located at the Meuse River It is surrounded by one of Europe's largest ancient citadels.
From the 14th century onwards, Spa was much visited because of its hot springs. For that reason it also houses the world first casino (1762). Referred to as the "Pearl of the Ardennes," Spa is nestled in a wooded valley surrounded by rolling hills and countless rivers and springs.