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Belgium is renowned for its luxurious chocolate, unique beer, world-class art and fairytale castles. Enjoy a romantic canal cruise in Bruges or shop in Antwerp's exquisite diamond boutiques. Brussels offers diverse architectural styles and atmospheric nightlife in the stylish Art Nouveau grand cafes.
As well as flights, Belgium is well connected via the Eurostar network with direct trains from London to Brussels. From Brussels you can travel onwards to Bruges, Ghent and Ostend using local rail services. You can also travel to Belgium via P and O ferries with daily sailings from Hull to Zeebrugge.
- Brussels is Belgium's largest city and also the capital but still retains a small town charm and a cosmopolitan atmosphere thanks to its mix of French and Flemish cultures. Don't miss the world-famous Mannekin Pis, the futuristic Atomium and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts.
- Bruges also known as "the Venice of the North" is an historic and picturesque town close to the North Sea coast. Famous as a centre for trade and commerce during the Middle Ages, Bruges boasts magnificent medieval buildings such as the Church of our Lady who's tower gives incredible views across the town and beyond.
- Antwerp is world-renowned for its trade in diamonds. Be sure to visit the Diamond Quarter which is a short walk from the city's main shopping streets. Antwerp is also famous as a centre of the arts with paintings by artists such as Rubens and van Dyck displayed in historic buildings and museums around the city.
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The most populous city in Belgium's Flanders region, Antwerp is a special short break destination. A great destination for a weekend away throughout the year, there's much to see and do in Antwerp.
Bruges is our Destination of the Month for August 2017. Book a two night stay in Bruges during August and add free entry to the Choco Story Museum. Offer valid on all Bruges bookings of two nights or more booked during August 2017 and travelling until 31st March 2018
The Belgian city of Brussels is a beautiful and historic European destination with plenty of hotels in Brussels to choose from when exploring the attractions of this diverse city. Brussels is home to a wide range of architectural styles, from medieval to postmodern, and has many striking buildings including the Gothic town hall at the centre of The Grand Place.
The ancient capital of Flanders, historic Ghent has magnificent medieval architecture in abundance. Top sights here include the Gravensteen Castle, Saint Bavo Cathedral and a network of very pretty canals. The UNESCO-listed béguinages are typically Flemish, and make the city’s old town even more picturesque; take a stroll, enjoy a canal boat ride, or see the city from up high at the Cathedral or the Belfry.
Discover the many towns and smaller cities nestled amongst the spectacular Belgium countryside. A historic city with a chequered past, Liege is famed for its exquisite Val Saint Lambert crystal and phenomenal views from the top of the Bueren Hill. Be sure to explore the medieval Mechelen (Malines) with its 300 listed monuments or enjoy exclusive shopping in Hasselts’ famous boutiques.
Home to Belgium's oldest university Leuven is a beautiful medieval town just a short train ride from the Belgium capital. Steeped in history Leuven is brimming with a rich heritage and culture. From the striking Town Hall to the UNESCO site of St Peter's church there is plenty to discover on your break in Leuven. Plus with two international breweries, Stella Artois and Domus, Leuven is renowned as the beer capital of Belgium. Take a peek at our Leuven Eurostar offers and look forward to a break with a difference!
The largest and most popular city, there's nowhere better for a coastal break in Belgium than Ostend. Our fantastic hotels in Ostend offer a chance to explore this pretty city by the sea, try the famous local cuisine experience the nightlife.
Ypres (Ieper) is in the north-west corner of Belgium close to the French border. In the Middle Ages it was a prosperous city renowned for its linen trade with England. The surrounding area has many important memorials as during World War 1 this was the site of prolonged and costly battles.
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