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Taste of Belgium; Food lovers dream

Full of antique pleasures, nothing appears to be hiding

BELGIUM: We often forget Belgium’s astonishing art history, its spectacular carnivals, exciting artistic life and of course, the fabulous food. And not to forget the beer and chocolate as taste of Belgium. But this country has much more to offer. Art and history enthusiasts will love the galleries, and for a taste of medieval past step back in time with a visit to Ghent and Bruges.

From a museum in Antwerpen

Dutch and French

Belgium is a country of two districts. Dutch-speaking Flanders in the north with its historic sites, and French-speaking Wallonia in the south. Wallonia with its caves, castles, valleys and outdoor activities, such as Festival of Wallonia with classic music played in castles, abbeys and churches. For those exploring the country, a great rail service connects the towns, villages and cities and most of the hotels are of excellent standard.

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Moules frittes, a speciality

Capital of EU

Brussels is the capital and in fact the capital of the European Union. The Visitors Centre has free entry and interactive multi-media displays that guide visitors through the journey of European integration and the impact this has on people’s everyday lives. The centre caters to all 24 official languages of the EU.

The heartbeat of Brussels is the Grand Place which houses markets, the Hotel de Ville, cafes, festivals, museums and shops. The Brussels’ Jazz Marathon, the Nuits Botanique Festival, the floral extravaganza Tapis de Fleurs and the Belgian Beer Weekend attract many visitors as part of the Taste of Belgium.

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For art lovers

Try to visit the galleries in Mons and Leuven, the Hergè museum, the Magritte Museum. The Grand Curtius in Liège, and the Liège-Guillemins station give a taste of old and new.

“Everything we see hides another thing”, said the Belgium artist René Magritte. As Belgium is full of antique pleasures, nothing appears to be hiding.

Read more: Brussels the alternative to Paris

 

 

Gudmund Lindbaek
Gudmund Lindbaek
Journalist founded King Goya online travel magazine. Meeting people for engaging stories. I´m off to uncover the best strategies for long life living. This is part of my venture “Around the World in 80 Lanes” – about travel, run sprint, staying fit! I just want a tiny slice of adventures to feel alive, and then excited to return home.

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