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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.
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Birth place of Rubens, one of the great artists, Antwerp has become a lively metropolis. In addition to being a primary centre of the diamond industry and one of the largest seaports in the world, Antwerp is also a fashion centre and shoppers' paradise with a lively nightlife.
As Belgium’s most popular tourist destination, there are plenty of hotels in Bruges for you to choose from when visiting this historic city. Found in the north west of Belgium, Bruges is one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in the world. With perfectly preserved medieval houses, there are a great range of Bruges hotels at the heart of the city’s network of canals and waterways. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000, visitors staying in our Bruges hotels can discover the city’s magnificent and impressive medieval architecture. Many of our hotels in Bruges are close to the city’s iconic landmarks including the 13th century belfry in the main market square which visitors can climb to get a fantastic bird’s eye view of the city. Our Bruges hotels also make an excellent base for exploring the city’s rich art scene, with many museums housing works from the Flemish masters. Don’t forget to sample the fantastic Belgian chocolates at one of the charming boutiques and try the famous Belgian beers at one of the local bars. Whatever your tastes, you’re sure to have a memorable time during your stay at one of our hotels in Bruges.
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. Many of the must see structures and attractions are on the doorstep of our Brussels hotels, including the popular Mannekin Pis fountain. Brussels is a fantastic cultural location, with over 80 museums for visitors staying in our Brussels hotels to explore, and galleries containing works from the Flemish masters and more. When staying at one of our hotels in Brussels make sure you sample the local delicacies of waffles and Belgian chocolate, washed down with a famous Belgian beer from one of the nearby bars. Our hotels in Brussels are the perfect base for indulging in the city’s nightlife after a day spent soaking up the historic and cultural attractions. Brussels is well-connected to the rest of Europe, with a Eurostar journey from London taking only 2 hours. Travelling by Eurostar and staying in one of our Brussels hotels is an easy and accessible way to enjoy a short break on the continent.
The ancient capital of Flanders, Ghent has magnificent medieval architecture including the Gravensteen Castle, a Cathedral and a network of canals. It is also home to the beautiful polyptych, 'Adoration of the Mystic Lamb' by Jan and Hubert van Eyck. A friendly and lively place, Ghent is also the flower capital of Belgium.
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.
With over 9 km of fine sandy beaches and popular with royalty, sailors and surfers, Ostend is the Queen of the Belgian sea-side resorts. Stroll along the promenades, sample all the delicacies of the sea or try your luck at the Casino Kursaal.
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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