Cities for LGBT in Belgium
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- 1Belgium38 reviews
Beautiful churches and great pastry shops. The farmer's market there has the prettiest flowers. =)
- 2Belgium222 reviews
Instant cure for even the strongest case of the bah humbugs - Grand Place/Grote Markt at night during the Christmas season. Lights surrounding the Christmas tree illuminate the buildings surrounding the square, set to seasonal classical music. Think Bellagio fountains but with a reverence and pride for the historic architecture in harmony with every sugar plum fairy that ever had ...
- 3Belgium149 reviews
This is an amazing place that is not to be missed and is easily accessible from Brussels. Lots of incredible architecture. Take one of the ubiquitous boat tours to orient yourself and then go explore and don't forget to have some beer!
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- 4Belgium56 reviews
Good place for a relaxing time but not too many sights to see
- 5Belgium11 reviews
In Antwerpen u can see e.g. Vlamsee opera, st jame's church, Plantin - Moretus Museum and steen caste
- 6Belgium3 reviews
Tongeren is a small town that is worth a detour or a day trip. It has a nice mixture of historical sites & buildings, art, shopping and one of the best (smaller) museums in Europe (officially!). Check its website in four languages and do visit when you are in Belgium.
- 7Belgium2 reviews
Lier is a small town (34000 inhabitants), situated between Antwerp, Mechelen and Leuven. It is a great day trip. Everything is within walking distance (or hire a bike for a day). It has more then enough sights, monuments, churches, and other attractions to keep you busy. And if you get tired, visit a cafe and have a Caves or a ...
- 8Belgium4 reviews
One of these Flemish towns that got their structure in the medieval times. The old center is very charming, and perfect to visit in a day. It is also centrally located in Flanders. By car you can get anywhere in few hours, but be advised that traffick jams are normal and parking is very difficult in every Flemish city. But ...
- 9Belgium8 reviews
This is such an amazing town of such beauty and history, and I really can't wait to visit again!
- 10Belgium8 reviews
I remember when I was 18 or so, travelling to the top of the hill in Waterloo, ending up near a huge statue of a Lion which had been installed to thank the United Kingdom for their participation in the Napoleonic Wars! A huge and exhausting climb for us, but well the view and the experience! A great day out ...
- 11Belgium3 reviews
Old capital of the Frankish kingdom before Charlemagne moved the capital to Aachen. Check out the lovely cathedral
- 12Belgium10 reviews
An important location in the heart of the French speaking part of Belgium, Liege is a lively city off the beaten path for the majority of visitors to Belgium. Though Namur technically holds the title of "Capital of Wallonia," most would agree that Liege is the cultural heart of the Walloon region. Nicknamed "La Cite Ardente" (The Passionate City), visitors ...
- 13Belgium1 review
lived in this town for 2 years , friendly people good pubs and eating houses. awesome to stay. places to visit. "touch of india" all the eating houses in the central square.
- 14Belgium7 reviews
a seaside resort a good hour on the train from Gent ,great place to visit and at the seaside take the tram and go along the coast if you like a stroll the promenades are great stop off have some fresh seafood and a glass of wine /beer and watch the world go by night life is good too shops ...
- 15Belgium4 reviews
Small town in Southern Belgium, it is easy to get to from Brussels. It is a fairly typical belgian town, with several nice churches, and some medieval defensive structures. Namur is a good option if you also want to check out Dinant. You can easily visit both in a day trip out of Brussels
- 16Belgium2 reviews
- 17Belgium1 review
Great town at the side of the famous Spa Francorchamps circuit. Plenty of hotels and a couple of bars, lots of camping sites too. Be aware, it's very hilly in this region, walking can tire your legs!
- 18Belgium5 reviews
a little town with great restaurants, a nice square very very good ice creams and good shopping to do
- 19Belgium2 reviews
I traveled to Bastogne to see the World War II battlefield where the 101st Airborne held the ground at this city that controlled a major crossroads. There's a monument to battle, several static displays, and a small museum.
- 20Belgium1 review