Belgium: How about a vacation at this destination?

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Belgium is a sovereign state and is among the six founding countries of the European Union. Being a developed country, Belgium has an advanced high-income economy. Belgium has interesting facts about its economy, people, culture, history and geography. Belgium is a small country in size, but has various international scenes and continuously ranks among the top places.

Belgium has many top attractions in spades and is famous for chocolate, fries, Tintin, and beer. Belgium is an effortless blend of the new and the historic to give it an elegant old-world charm. Belgium is a country, which is renowned for its various castles and landscaped gardens. It has different varieties of art museums and cafes. Not only this, the country has mouth-watering cuisine that consists of steaming mussels, steak, french fries, waffles, chocolates, and famous beer. Some of the attractions that are worth seeing in Belgium are mentioned below:

  1. The Canals and Belfry of Bruges: Bruges is beautiful reminders of its history. The place is so beautiful that cruising or walking along them is the popular things to do in Belgium. You can book international holiday packages to Belgium to get the beautiful views of beautiful bridges and sight into hidden gardens. The beautiful belfry and Halle is among the most identifiable views in Belgium, which dominates the main square of Bruges.
  2. Leuven Town Hall: This hall looks more like a cathedral. It is actually a seat of government with 236 statues that adorn it are set in religious scenes. This Gothic style town hall was built in the mid-15th century and is much embellished, seems almost like lace.
  3. Brussels’s Grand-Place: Brussels’s Grand-Place is hidden from view and can only be accessible with one of six spindly cobbled alleys. However, it is sure that it will overwhelm with dozens of baroque guild houses.
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