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Quick facts about Belgium


Travel information about Belgium

Belgium might be small but a real gem of the European Low Countries. Wallonia is the south Flemish diamond towns and North Sea coast, this nation hosts everything from European parliaments. There, take a look at all the best places to visit in Belgium, checking off the energetic capital, the wilds of the Ardennes, culturally-rich Mons and plenty, plenty more along the way!

Best Rental Vacation in Belgium:

Hotels and resorts are luxurious and they can get expensive. For your average traveler, budgeting is very important. And especially if there are a lot of people on the trip, the vacation rental in Belgium will help you save tons!

You will enjoy your time with just your family and friends without any extra people around and within your budget. You can book your vacation rental with CuddlyNest. We have a type of rooms, number of bedrooms, homes, condos, villas, cabins & different types of apartments are available. And there is nothing to worry about when you book with us. Our vacation rental is 100% verified so you can be sure to visit with trust and confirm your trip with us. There are many interesting places to visit in Belgium:

Grand Place:

The Grand Place, or De Grote Market in Dutch, is surrounded by beautiful guildhalls and other buildings dating from the 14th to 17th centuries. One side is dominated by the ornate medieval town hall, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Grand Place Site are outstanding blend of architectural and artistic styles. The square is busy with tourists and locals at all times of year, but especially in August of alternate years, when the center is filled with the 75- by 24-meter Flower Carpet, made up of more than 700,000 cut begonias. You'll get the best full view of the beautiful designs from the balcony of the town hall.

Ghent's Gravensteen and Old Town:

It is impressive fort is once the grand home of the counts of Flanders, who took their inspiration for castle from the bulky castles the Crusaders in Syria. Gravensteen is one of the best surviving examples of a moated fortress and incredibly well-preserved. Its strong and impressively thick and high walls from the waters of the river Lieve. It is right in the middle of the old town of Ghent, rising above the rooftops of the surrounding streets. The vast arched inside halls and chambers contain exhibits of medieval life, but it's the castle's architecture itself that is the real star of the show. Climb up the staircase to the roof for panoramic views across town before strolling through Ghent's charming stone-paved streets.

Horta Museum and Town Houses:

Victor Horta was the most influential architect and designer of the early 20th-century style known as Art Nouveau. Several of his stunning buildings survive in Brussels and now constitute a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Begin at the Horta Museum, located in his former home and studio, which have been preserved as he designed them, with the original stained glass, mosaics, wood work, and decorations.

Horta was a pioneer in this artistic revolution that maximized and diffused natural light and incorporated themes from nature in its sinuous curves. Horta's aesthetic included attention to every detail of construction and decoration, from the design of the house to its furniture and even the decoration on hinges and doorknobs.

Meuse Valley:

It is in the south of the country is one of the best places to get a feel for Belgium's lush countryside. This is the perfect opportunity to take a trip along the river watching the beautiful scenery unfurl; dense forests are scattered with cute towns backed by limestone cliffs. In particular, the towns of Namur and Dinant act as a gateway to this region, which has a host of hiking and cycling trails for travelers who want to add some activities into their holiday. Craggy cliff-top citadels and other historic sights add to the attraction, but the real highlight in this area is the scenery itself.

St. Peter's Church:

St. Peter's Church sits in the center of Leuven on the town's main square or Grote Markt. Those who travellers are  architecture and history fans, this is one of Belgium's best preserved examples of the Brabant Gothic style, with its pointed arch windows and sheaf pillars. Inside, art-lovers will find an extra treat. The choir and the ambulatory are home to a museum dedicated to religious art, where some of the finest Flemish paintings illustrating biblical scenes are shown. Baroque carve pulpit and Dirk Bouts' painting of the Last Supper are worth a visit.


It is that Waterloo that the place where Napoleon was defeated in the famous battle. In the countryside where the battle once roar is a bucolic landscape of agricultural fields. An artificial hill from the surrounding flatlands with a memorial lion sculpture atop the summit to commemorate the day when Napoleon's army was finally stopped. At  the top, there are excellent views across the countryside. For those who are interested in the history of Belgium and of greater Europe, Waterloo remains an important stop on the itinerary.

Semois Valley:

It is the perfect antidote to historic rambling amid Belgium's cities and towns. There in the southeast of the country, the Semois River cuts thick forest-clad hills and is prime hiking territory. For those who prefer a less taxing way of seeing this landscape, a riverboat trip through the area is an excellent alternative. It is a slice of Belgium's scenery offer at its most viscerally beautiful and is a nature-lover's delight, particularly during spring when the wildflowers bloom.

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