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  • Grand Place, the focal point of Brussels and a highlight of your Belgium vacation.
  • Belgian waffles
  • Beautiful small Frahan village
  • Enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride
  • Belgium chocolates
  • Historic city of Bruges

On a Belgium vacation, the country’s character emanates from the two distinct ethnic groups who live here. The north of the country, known as Flanders, is predominantly Dutch-speaking and the inhabitants are the Flemish. The south, known as the Walloon region, is where French is the dominant language. The country is bordered by Holland, Germany, Luxemburg and France. The western coastal plain is flat and is noted for its sand dunes. The east, incorporating the Ardennes Mountains, is thickly wooded with forested hilly ground. 

Surprisingly perhaps, it has more castles per square kilometre/mile than anywhere else in the world. Belgium is also known for its beer, chocolate and french fries (with mayonnaise!)

Brussels, the capital, is the administrative headquarters of the European Union and is centrally located with access to anywhere in the country on a Belgium vacation. Some of the highlights here are the UNESCO world heritage site, the Grand Place with its ornate baroque and gothic guild houses and one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. Located here is the 13th Century gothic cathedral with its crooked needle-like spire. In the winter, there is a wonderful Xmas market. Nearby is the Royal Palace, home of the King and Mannekin Pis, the much-photographed famous fountain featuring the boy who pisses into it. The Cathedral of Saints Michel and Gudule (named after a male and a female saint) dates back to the 15th Century. Then there is the Rue de Bouchers with its 17th Century architecture better known for its wide variety of restaurants and the Magritte Museum, both highly recommended for a visit.

Antwerp is Belgium’s second largest city. Known primarily as the Diamond Industry Capital, it has been described as the “City with Many Faces” due to its mix of contemporary and ancient districts. The medieval section offers café-filled cobblestone streets and an impressive cathedral 123 metres/400 feet in height which took 169 years to complete. Another highlight is Rubenshuis, a museum dedicated to the Belgium painter. 

Probably the most attractive city on a Belgium vacation is the fairy-tale, medieval town of Bruges with its network of canals, cobblestone streets and charming historic houses. Definitely consider here a canal cruise as well as a visit to the Chocolate Museum. 

Close to Bruges is the city of Ghent which was in the Middle Ages, one of the most powerful and richest cities in Europe. The centre core which is the old sector is now car-free. Ghent is also known for its lace.

The Waterloo Battlefield where Napoleon was defeated and the Battlefields of Flanders with their World War One significance are also well worth visiting on a Belgium vacation. 

In the Ardennes is the attractive town of Spa with naturally a selection of spa facilities.

 "Globetrotting with Goway" blog articles

For some additional reading, the following articles are from our blog “Globetrotting with Goway”….. a great source of information for those people who are, or who want to be, world travellers!

The Perfect One Week Belgium Vacation

 Tour the Battlefields of WWI and Pay Remembrance, on a Trip to France and Belgium

My European Vacation Favourites – Part 2

The Small Country with Outstanding Attractions to be Discovered on a Belgium Vacation

Where to Find Europe’s Best Beer

Extend your stay

Consider an additional stopover to your Belgium vacation at one of Goway's other European destinations. You can choose from a Paris vacation, a London vacation or an Amsterdam vacation. This can be done stopping over en route to or from Belgium.



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  • Brussels & Amsterdam

    Discover the highlights of Belgium and the Netherlands on this 8-day whirlwind adventure. Starting in Brussels and ending in Amsterdam, you’ll explore charming cityscapes, visit the medieval towns of Ghent and Bruges, stroll alongside windmills in the Dutch countryside, and marvel at artistic masterpieces by Rubens, Van Gogh, and Rembrandt.
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  • Highlights of Bruges

    Journey through one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval cities on this 3-day stay in Bruges. Staying in a premium hotel, you’ll join a walking tour to explore the city centre and learn about its fascinating history. Spend the rest of your time in the city shopping for chocolates and enjoying the fairy tale atmosphere.
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  • Highlights of Brussels

    Discover the ancient and modern aspects of this varied, interesting city with both a short walking tour and a on a bus tour. Also visit the delightful cities of Ghent, famous for its lace and Bruges, known for its network of canals.
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  • World War 1 Battle Fields: Lille to Lille

    Pay respects to fallen soldiers and explore the history of World War I on a journey to the battlefields of France and Belgium. Journeying from Lille to Amiens and Ypres, you’ll visit the infamous battlefields of the Somme, Vimy Ridge, and Ypres and learn about your country’s involvement in WWI.
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