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Brussels is considered the capital of Europe due to its importance as the centre of business and international governance. With outstanding Gothic cathedrals, Art Deco architecture and 19th-century shopping arcades, Brussels has something for everyone.

Attractions in Brussels

Grand Place
Grand Place is one of the classics in the historical heart of Brussels, and one of the most beautiful squares in the world declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Town Hall
With more than 300 statues on the facade, and a 96-metre spire, the Town Hall is one of the most impressive buildings in Brussels Grand Place.
Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert
The Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert or the Royal Saint Hubert Galleries were built in 1864 and they were Europe's first covered shopping street.
Manneken Pis statue
There are many legends about the origin of the Manneken Pis statue, some believe that this little naked kid extinguished the fuse of a bomb with his aim, others that he put off a fire, and although none of the stories can be confirmed, it became the most popular Brusselier in the world.
Bruges Burg Square
It is one of the main squares of the city of Bruges.
Market Square in Bruges
The historic heart of Bruges is dominated by the Belfry Tower.
Belfry Tower
A medieval bell tower 83 metres high in the centre of Bruges and one of the city's most prominent symbols.
Dijver Canal
The canal and a street in the historic centre of Bruges make a beautiful scenery for pedestrians and boats.
Quay of the Rosary
Quay of the Rosary is one of the most beautiful sights of this Belgian city and also one of the most photographed sites throughout the city of Bruges.
Church of Our Lady
The Church of Our Lady is a Gothic church and one of the oldest religious buildings in Bruges. It was built in 1270-1280 and contains Michelangelo's sculpture of the Madonna and Child.
Bruges Begijnhof
Is the only preserved beguinage in the city of Bruges which functioned as a convent for Benedictines since 1927 though there are no more Beguines living there.
Adjacent to Minnewaterpark, you'll find Minnewater or the Lake of Love, a small rectangular lake with beautiful swans which give a beautiful scenery.
Saint Nicholas' Church
It is one of the oldest and most famous landmarks in Ghent dating from the 13th- to 15th centuries.
Saint Bavo's Cathedral
St Bavo’s Cathedral is the oldest parish church in the heart of Ghent and home of the 'Mystic Lamb' altarpiece.
Graslei is a quay in the historic city centre of Ghent located on the right bank of the Leie river. It was once part of the medieval port and is now a cultural and touristic hotspot of the city.
St Michael's Bridge
A monumental stone arch bridge and a major tourist attraction, as it offers stunning views of Ghent's main landmarks.
Korenlei is a quay in the historic city centre of Ghent, located on the left bank of the Leie river, originally part of the medieval port and now a touristic hotspot with a high concentration of cafes.
Gravensteen Castle
Is a medieval castle at Ghent, dating from 1180 and the residence of the Counts of Flanders until 1353.


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