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Belgium is in Western Europe and borders Netherlands, France, Germany, and Luxembourg. Due to its strategic location, the country is the headquarters of NATO and the European Union. Belgium is famed for its medieval towns, and Renaissance architecture. The culinary legacy of the country is spread all across the world through Belgian fries, chocolate, beer, and waffles. The culturally and linguistically diverse nation has two distinctive regions, Wallonia and Flanders. Flanders comprises Antwerp, Ghent, and Bruges whereas Wallonia’s major cities are Charleroi, Namur, and Liege. Belgium is home to Romanesque, Gothic, and Baroque landmarks such as Collegiale Saint-Gertrude de Nivelles, Tournai Cathedral, Cathedral of Our Lady in Antwerp, and Brussels Grand Place. Throughout the country, visitors will find canals, huge market squares, iconic City Halls, grand castles, and lush greenery. While here, the most recommended attractions to visit include - Gravensteen Castle, St. Bavo’s Cathedral, Namur Citadel, Waterloo Battlefield, Belfry of Bruges, Basilica of the Holy Blood, and Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert.
Popular Destinations in Belgium
Brussels is the historical center of the Brussels Capital Region. Due to
its strategic location, it is the administrative center of the European
Union and nicknamed European Union’s Capital City. Brussels is a
cosmopolitan city where two native languages are widely spoken, Flemish and
French. The city has vibrant neighborhoods, distinct from one another. The
Central District has landmarks like the Grand Place, Brussels Stock
Exchange and Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula while the Royal
District includes the Royal Palace of Brussels, Belgian Parliament, the
Cinematek which is the Royal Belgian Film Archive, and the Royal Library of
Belgium. The city has numerous state-of-the-art museums such as Museum of
Brussels City, Royal Museums of Fine Arts Belgium, Comic Strip Museum,
Museum of Belgian Brewers, and more.
Antwerp is a port city located on the banks of the River Scheldt, around 25
miles from Brussels. Antwerp has always been a major trade center, it was
home to the world’s first stock exchange building. Antwerp Port is among
the biggest in the world. Even today, the city is a major economic and
cultural hub in the region. Antwerp has historically been a global hub of
diamond trade and is famed for its centuries-old Diamond District. It is
estimated that Antwerp is home to 170 nationalities, and due to its diverse
population, the city is considered to be the world's second most
multi-cultural city. Major attractions here include Cathedral of Our Lady,
Rubenshuis, Museum aan de Stroom, Antwerp Zoo, Plantin-Moretus Museum,
Antwerp City Hall, Grote Markt, Port of Antwerp, and Middelheim Open Air
Located in the province of Hainaut, Charleroi is the largest city in
Wallonia. It is the second largest airport city in the country. The city is
critical to the nation's economy and is a significant tourism hub as well.
Birthplace of famous comic magazine Spirou, Charleroi is a pedestrian
friendly city. There are two main districts in Charleroi - Upper Town and
the more commercial Lower Town. The Lower Town is located on a former islet
in the River Sambre. Charleroi is home to landmark structures such as the
City Hall, which is a recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Site and Maison
Doree, which is an Art-Nouveau masterpiece. While here, visitors will come
across several castles, interesting museums, art galleries, and green
spaces, such as Acoz Castle, Trazegnies Castle, Museum of Fine Arts, Glass
Museum, Museum of Photography, Reine Astrid, Arboretum of
Monceau-Sur-Sambre, and Parc Bivort.
Best Time to Visit Belgium
The best time to take Belgium flights are the summer months, from July to August. To avoid tourist crowds and get cheap flights to Belgium, visitors are recommended to visit during September and October.
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