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Brussels - the capital of the country and one of the major cultural centers. Here you will see the famous statue of Manneken Pis, central square Grand'Place surrounded by ancient buildings in Gothic style, Brussels Cathedral, Church of Notre Dame du Sablon, Royal Palace (Palais Royal) and museums, including Belgian Royal Museum of Fine Arts.


Bruges is called the "Venice of the North" and considered one of the most popular tourist cities in Europe. Walking along the picturesque canals of the city protected by UNESCO will not leave you untouched and you will remember this city for all your life.


Antwerp with the cultural side is known as city of Rubens. Located on the banks of Scheldt, the city is the second largest city in Belgium. Antwerp is also a port of global importance, as well as the largest center for diamond processing.


Ghent. This city has a lot of interesting historical monuments, such as famous castle of the Counts of Flanders, preserved from the middle ages. Flanders Expo is located on the outskirts of Ghent. Belgian and foreign enterprises organize big exhibitions there.


Spa city is famous all over the world, thanks to their sources with clean mineral water. Health resorts around the world began calling themselves as spa resorts in a name of this city.


In Leuven city you can visit the oldest and largest university in Belgium (founded in 1426). Leuven is also famous for its breweries, and not only in plants but also in the monasteries with unique 100 years old recipes! The famous Stella Artois company was founded precisely in Leuven in 1366.


Mechelen is famous for its bells. This "crimson bells" delighted once Peter I. There is the world's oldest Royal School of bells. Religious and the oldest holiday in Belgium – Hansveyk – is celebrated on Sunday before Holy Thursday from 1212 year.


Namur is the capital of Wallonia and primarily famous for its majestic citadel which once served as a bastion strengthens protected the city from attacks. You will enjoy picturesque view of the city and  River Sambre and Meuse.         


The hallmark of small town Tournai is magnificent Cathedral of Notre Dame. This cathedral was built in 12-13 centuries, and its structure in Romanesque style. The cathedral is famous for Rubens inspiration. Also worth visiting Tapestry Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts in Tournai.


Liege is the historical center of ecclesiastical power. The most popular destination for tourists is the area of St. Lambert, the Palace Prince-Bishops, Town Hall and church of St. James, as well as Museum of Walloon Life and Walloon Art.