A small European country, but very nice and comfortable, which saved that same heritage of old Europe. If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday, then Belgium will be the best choice. Belgium – is sandy beaches of the North Sea, the plains of Flanders, the picturesque Ardennes Mountains, one can choose a suitable place to stay.
Belgium, probably has more to do per square meter than any other place on earth. And best of all for the traveler, it’s a comparatively easy place to get around and English is widely spoken.
Main Belgium's "must see" - Brussels with his "Manneken Pis" Antwerp Royal Museum of Art and the beautiful St. Mary's Cathedral, Ghent and St. Bavo Cathedral, Liège and its futuristic Calatrava station, "Queen of the Belgian coast" Ostend and Bruges with its famous Belfort tower and castles of Belgium. You should visit Luxembourg. Do a tour to Ghent and Bruges, Antwerp, visit the miniature park "Mini-Europe"
Cruise the canals of popular Bruges and Ghent, but also be sure to visit such treasures as Liege, Spa (luring spa-goers since the 14thcentury) and historic Bastogne, made famous by the Battle of the Bulge in WWII.
All year-round Belgium is full of markets of all kinds. All Belgian towns hold special flea markets. In Brussels every Saturday and Sunday, you can visit the Antique Market at the Place du Grand Sablon. For the real antique aficionados, visit the Bruneaf Market in March, the Brafa in January, and the Baaf in June. Flea markets are also popular such as La Batte, Sundays in Liege. Annually, during the month of December, Belgium holds special Christmas markets in Brussels and throughout French-speaking Belgium.
Eating waffles on a square, attend festival in Binche, explore castles in French speaking Wallonia, fine art museums in Brussels, golfing, antique markets, biking, ballooning, horseback riding, rock climbing, sailing and much more... what Belgium can of