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Luxury holidays in Belgium
Famous for its chocolate, mediaeval architecture and potent beers, Belgium packs quite a cultural and culinary punch for a country with a relatively compact frame. Brussels, a capital not only for Belgians but the 500 million people that live in Europe, has an appropriately worldly character: spend days touring grand government buildings, Japanese gardens and galleries filled with the work of European masters. Closer to the coast, the port city of Ghent is full of gingerbread-like houses and gothic churches – but it’s also fast becoming a hotspot for innovative restaurants and cool cocktail bars.
Destinations in Belgium
Bruges’ perfectly preserved mediaeval beauty may not be the best kept secret in travel, but you’d have to be made of cynical stuff not to fall for its step-gabled facades, criss-crossing canals and cobblestoned streets.
Northwest Belgium’s port city Ghent has an impressive mediaeval core that’s dotted with towers and spires, thanks to a handful of imposing cathedrals and the 12th-century Gravensteen castle.