Top Places To Visit In Belgium
Belgium may only be under 12,000 square miles in size but it contains so many places of interests, they cant all be listed here, so these are just the highlights.
If you can only visit one city in Belgium, head to Bruges, a UNESCO World Heritage Center. The streets of this medieval city are dominated by historical buildings, intersected with picturesque canals. After a day spent exploring the architecture, unwind in the charming Minnewater Park.
Brussels, the capital of Belgium is packed full of historical buildings, monuments and museums. Sit in the Grand Place Square at the heart of the city and admire the surrounding neo-gothic buildings and baroque guildhouses.
Horticulturists should squeeze in a visit to Ghent, the flower city of Belgium. Famous for its azaleas and begonias, which are sold throughout the world; the city offers the perfect combination of architecture and nature. On a sunny afternoon, head to Citadel Park, where you can be surrounded by beautiful plants and flowers.
Take It Slowly
While travelling between cities, take time to stop and enjoy the surrounding countryside, or take a detour to one of the smaller villages or towns for an insight into how Belgiums history is blending with modern day living. Belgium might be small but it's packed with enough delights to thrill everyone.
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