Western European country, Belgium one of the richest countries in the world. Belgium is most famous for its waffle, chocolates, hamburgers and spaghetti bolognese.
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Parc du Cinquantenaire or Jubelpark
Parc du Cinquantenaire is leisure public park in the City of Brussels, Belgium. The center piece has to be the gem of the park, triumphal arch which was a symbol of economic and industrial performance of Belgium. The park is beautiful and gives you access to 2 museums, The war museum and The car museum.
A great example of sculpture and architecture, Atomium was a temporary monument built for the 1958 World's Fair. But became a famous tourist attraction and symbol of European capital. You can get a 360 degree panoramic view of the city through the monument.
In the southeast Belgium, Ardennes is well know for its steep valleys, breezy and sparkling rivers, hiking and cycling trails, medieval castles, WWII museum and the lush green dense forest.
Belfry of Bruges
Situated in Bruges, Belgium, Belfry of Bruges is a medieval bell tower and is a distinguished symbol of the city. The UNESCO World Heritage Site offers you a stunning view of the city as it sits at the heart of Bruges.
Belfry of Ghent
The tallest belfry of Belgium, Belfry of Ghent is one of the three towers that overlooked at the old city. This UNESCO World Heritage Site has worlds finest carillon with about 54 bells.
Saint Bavo's Cathedral
Saint Bavo's Cathedral is famous for it's Ghent Altarpiece, complex 15th-century polyptych altarpiece. The Altarpiece is among the greatest masterpieces of Belgium. The cathedral is a pleasing combination of bricks and rocks with a stunning and famous mystic lamb piece.
Grand Place, Belgium
The alluring square of Europe, Grand place is the central square of Brussels. Every year there is a winter festival and you can witness the colourful flower carpet at the Grand place, various street arts are performed, plenty of cafes and music stores are available for service and there are a lot many thing to discover here at the Grand Place.
The medieval castle, Gravensteen has a huge history. The fairy tale castle was power of the Counts of Flanders. Now a museum, the castle was also a court, prison, mint, and even as a cotton factory.
Bronze fountain sculpture in the heart of Brussels is a replica of Petit Julien that is now in the Brussels City Museum. This statue assimilates the sense of humor of the people in Brussels. This fountain of a boy peeing in the basin is an very popular tourist destination.
The heart of the Burges city, this is the main square and is very touristy. There are various thing you can find here like the small shops that provide with the Belgian fries and chocolates, bars and museums. You cannot stop yourself from munching on many yummy things that you can find here.
Mini-Europe, Brussels is a theme park that displays monuments in the European Union. A park that is perfect for your kids.
Museum aan de Stroom
Largest museum in Antwerp, along the river Scheldt. Being at the heart of the city this exquisite modern building allows you to have a panoramic view of the city. Every floor of the building gives you some or the other information of Antwerp and its connection to the world
Musical Instruments Museum
A treasure hub for all music lovers, Musical Instruments Museum is situated in Brussels, Belgium. This museum is a part of Royal Museums for Art and History as it has 8,000 instruments making it internationally famous.
Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert
Just a 2 mins walk from the Grand place, Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert is an absolute beautiful looking gallery with majestic architecture. You find shops, restaurants and bar. A great place for shopping and casual strolling.
Royal Palace of Brussels
The Royal Palace of Brussels is official residence of the King and Queen of the Belgians, though they do not live here so you can tour the palace from inside. This palace is one of the gargantuan and lively palaces of Europe. The grandeur and decadence of the palace is something to be witnessed.
Tournai, western city of Belgium is known for its Cathedral of Notre-Dame. Founder of Merovingian dynasty, Clovis I was born in this city making it the one of oldest cities of Belgium. The city offers you with many amazing museums and the Grand place.