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...art-nouveau facades face off against 1960s concrete disgraces, and regal 19th-century mansions contrast with the brutal glass of the EU’s Gotham City. This whole maelstrom swirls forth from Brussels’ medieval core, where the Grand Place is surely one of the world’s most beautiful squares.One constant is the enviable quality of everyday life, with a café/bar scene that could keep you dr...
Romantic, canal-woven Bruges and buzzing multinational Brussels are both, in their different ways, unmissable. While Brussels dwarfs Bruges in size, both feature boats plying the waterways, serene parks, a web of cycling trails, jumbled market stalls, f...
...Belgium’s portfolio include state-of-the-art galleries in Mons and Leuven, the superb new Hergé museum at Louvain-laNeuve, and the Magritte Museum and subterranean Coudenberg experience in Brussels. Then there’s the incredibly ambitious Grand Curtius in Liège, which is also where one of Europe’s most extraordinary 21st-century architectural talking points, Liège-Guillemins station, op...
...gium’s highlights is a whole lot easier with our free, printable PDF map. Whether you’re checking out the cobbled lanes and dreamy canals of Bruges or the chocolate shops and art nouveau of Brussels, this two-in-one map – with key sights, a street index and a plan showing bus, metro and tram routes – will put the cities at your fingertips.
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