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Best attractions in Belgium

Belgium has a maritime climate which means that it has frequent rain and winters are cool. The summer temperature usually is around 22 degrees Celsius and in the winter is around zero.

The largest and more popular cities to see are Antwerp, Beringen, Bruges, Ghent, and Louven. The cities have tons of locations to enjoy and walk around in. Belgium is also great for hikers and bikers and offers a separate popular location – Ardennes for camping if the travelers want more outdoor activities.

The country has many sights to enjoy for travelers and in the following paragraphs, there will be some of the places you should absolutely see when visiting Belgium. Some nationals will have to first acquire a visa to travel to Belgium.


Saint Bavo’s cathedral

The St. Bavo’s Cathedral located in Belgium, Ghent and is a well-known Gothic-style cathedral. It has large visitor numbers and one of its most famous masterpieces is Ghent Altarpiece. Originally it is called The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb. It is a very important artistic treasure located in Belgium.

Right next to the St. Bavo’s Cathedral is the Het Belfort van Gent which is another beautiful addition to the church sceneries in Belgium.


Brussels Grand-Place

Brussels grand palace

Brussels Grand Place or Grote Markt is located in the center of Brussels and it is a Wold-heritage site. This building is very popular tourist destination as the building has the Museum of the City of Brussels in it. The Town Hall is one of the buildings in the Grand Place and Kings House is also located in the building of Grand Place. There are a line of houses in the Grand Place with private or guild houses.

Another interesting thing to see in Brussels Grand Place is a flower carped event that happens every two years. It gives a sight of the Grand Place being brightened up by colorful begonias.


The Basilica of the Holy Blood

The Basilica of the Holy Blood is another architectural masterpiece to look at when in Brussels. It is a Roman Catholic basilica that is located in Bruges, Belgium. The basilica is separated in two chapels – lower and upper chapel. For travelers, this is one of the must-see destinations. The Gothic-style architecture building is perfect for walking around and soaking up the beauty of this chapel.

The building is filled with interesting architectural details that make the walk just that more beautiful. The church holds mass every morning at 11:30 am and later in the day. This building is one of the most loved location by the people of Bruges and everyone considers it to be a real beauty.


The Beaufort Project’s permanent pieces

Beaufort Project is a triennial art project that is put along the Belgian coastline and has various art pieces located to see. There are various art pieces located in each municipality and some of them are Balanenberge, Bredene, Knokke-Heist, Nieuwpoort, and many others.


City of Bruges

The city of Bruges is a beautiful place in Belgium filled with canals, medieval architecture all around. The city has one of the popular tourist destinations, the Basilica of the Holy Blood, but this is not the only beautiful building in the city. Saint John’s hospital is another popular building built in the year 1188. Other interesting locations that attract attention are the Gruuthuse Mansion and The Grote Market Square. One more beautiful architectural masterpiece is the Church of Our Lady which famous for its outstanding beauty.

One of the easiest ways to explore the town and see feel the culture floating in the air is by just walking around the historic center of the city or taking a tour through Bruges waterways.

For chocolate lovers the Choco-story Museum will make the inner-child very happy as the taste batch will satisfy all the want for chocolate treats.


City of Brussels

Brussels is a wonderful city to enjoy the Belgium culture in. For one day trips or stay longer than 1 week, there are plenty things to see. Some of the well-known landmarks or locations to visit when in Brussels are St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral which is the most popular church in Brussels. Another famous location is the statue Manneken Pis which is a statue of a peeing little boy. In case the museum sounds better than walking around the city – Magritte Museum is a huge building filled with the work of Rene Magritte. Right next to Magritte Museum is the Royal Museum of Fine Arts which stores paintings, sculptures, drawings and artwork dating back to the 15th and 20th centuries.

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