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Belgium's spotlight on the European stage is a little dim, it's only because its people are rarely boastful. This slow-burning country has more history, art, food and architecture packed into its tiny self than many of its bigger, louder neighbors.
A rich and bubbling vat of beer, chocolate, oil paint and bureaucrats, Belgium gives off the heady smell of the bourgeoisie. But stir the pot a little and you'll find an 'artificial state' made up of two parts Germanic Flemings to one part Celtic-Latin Walloons.
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ANTWERP Tours, Travel and Activities
Few places tangle the old and the new quite so enchantingly as Antwerp.
Here, eclectic Art Nouveau mansions stare back at Neo-Renaissance villas, and medieval castles provide a magical backdrop for the city's myriad bars and cafes.
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BRUGES Tours, Travel and Activities
Home to Europe's best-preserved medieval buildings, Bruges is Belgium's most visited town.
Suspended in time 500 years ago by the silting of its river, this 13th-century city is blessed with two medieval cores, the Markt and the Burg, and some of the country's most compelling art.
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BRUSSELS Tours, Travel and Activities
The city of choice for Eurocrats, Brussels is sumptuous, historic and luxuriously cozy. With artistry richer than chocolate, architecture as graceful as its cuisine and diversity frothier than the beer, Brussels is an heirloom of northern culture at its best.
What makes Brussels special? Seafood in great restaurants, the smell of hot waffles on a cold winter's day, cafes and pubs that never close, forests practically on the doorstep, pheasant and truffles in autumn, comic strips, designer shops…
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The richly historic city of Antwerp is Belgium's most underrated tourist destination. Here eclectic Art Nouveau mansions stare back at Neo-Renaissance villas, and medieval castles provide a magical backdrop for the city's myriad bars and cafes.
Southwest of Antwerp, Ghent was once a medieval-era powerhouse due to its 14th-century status as the largest cloth producer in Europe, and its rebellious nature when it came to tax increases. Now the capital of the Flanders province of Oost-Vlaanderen, it is home to a significant student population.
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