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Bruges, Belgium

Places to visit in Belgium

Densely populated and easy to navigate, Belgium is divided into regions based on culture and language. You might start in the Flemish-speaking area colloquially known as Flanders, which borders the icy North Sea. Here you’ll find Antwerp, a city bursting with 16th-century architecture, Dutch Old Masters and a world-renowned diamond industry. In the South, French-speaking Wallonia is home to Liège, a city since the days of Charlemagne that’s still littered with medieval landmarks. Then there’s Brussels, which has its own cosmopolitan personality thanks to the international population drawn by the EU’s headquarters.

Our specialists have explored Belgium extensively, from Bruges’ canals to Patton’s footsteps around Bastogne, and can help you delve deeply into this compact but compelling country. They’ll also help you discover less-visited cities, like Ghent, where you can see myriad museums and World War I battlefields.

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