The capital city of Brussels is a must-see destination for any tourist visiting Belgium. It is home to not only the seat of the Belgian Royal Family but also the central offices of the European Union, making it a crucial hub. The capital combines perfectly with the little medieval gem of Bruges, which is one of the most visited cities in Belgium. It is characterized by a truly romantic ambience through its peaceful canals and quirky cobbled streets.
If you grew up loving fairy-tales, then a visit to Namur is a definite must. Located in the French-speaking Wallonia region of Belgium, the city boasts an abundance of whimsical castles!
Belgium is a little destination, divided into three regions: Flanders, the Brussels-Capital Region and Wallonia. We recommend visiting all three regions in order to experience the full wonder of Belgium.
In Flanders you can pedal through the medieval streets and along the water canals of the idyllic Bruges and Gent. Meanwhile, the capital Brussels, seat of the European Commission, is a cosmopolitan and sumptuous city, characterized by Art Nouveau buildings and the magnificent Grand Place. Finally, Wallonia allows you to explore Belgium’s magnificent nature and well-preserved environment through its incomparable adventures, natural landscapes and national parks. It also features traditional houses, abbeys and castles, which create a fairy-tale atmosphere.
If you are a food lover, you definitely can’t miss a journey through the Belgian culinary traditions. The country is renowned above all for its fine chocolates and the excellent beers!