Belgium

BE-Brussels3.jpgBelgium provides a classic mix of history, rural country and city life featuring art and culture, gastronomy and shopping.

With direct services to Brussels, Antwerp, Gent, Bruges, Mons et Liege from most parts of Europe including France, UK, Holland, Italy, Spain and Germany the best value access to Belgium is by Eurolines coach service.

Brussels

Brussels is the Belgian capital. It is also considered, because of its geographical position and the presence within it of many of its institutions, as the capital of Europe. Brussels will amaze you by its activities thanks to an extremely rich heritage: During the day, the city offers visits to museums and monuments (Autoworld, Botany, Bozar, Grand Place, Atomium, Manneken Pis), beautiful walks to discover its rich history and a large number of shops for all tastes, great shopping malls with the most classy boutiques.

In the evening, Brussels fulfils all your culinary needs with all the specialities of Belgian gastronomy, from chocolate to gueuze via waterzooi, waffles or the speculoos. You can also relax with a drink in one of its many bars or have fun in one of its famous nightclubs.

Bruges

The historic city centre is on the Unesco World Heritage List. The current city boundaries still coincide exactly with those of the medieval city center, and the spaces and structures that were so typical of Bruges in the past have been preserved. Walk through busy squares, refreshing parks and quiet, intimate cobbled streets, and do not forget to visit the modest almshouses as well as the imposing patrician's homes.

Other destinations

Antwerp: a charming medieval town, consisting of remarkable buildings and narrow streets.

Ghent: the modern daily life of the city's active inhabitants plays itself out against a gorgeous historical backdrop.

Mons: offers all the splendors and historical richness, which typifies most of the cities in Belgium.

Liege: As the most important touristic city in Wallonia, Liege has innumerable riches in store waiting to be discovered. The characteristic districs, the river Meuse, and the abrupt and wooded hills surrounding it.