Things to do in Belgium
- 42Sint-Baafsplein3 reviews
I have a soft spot for panoramic views which requiere a good old-fashioned climb of narrow stairs, so Belfort was a must on my visit to Ghent. And it should be for everyone, really. The views are the best in Ghent and if you don't want to climb all those stairs, there is an elevator available. But most importantly, it ...Popular with
- 45Dijver 12, Brugge, Belgium3 reviews
The Groeninge is one of Belgium's best museums of traditional (not modern) art - most of the work is from Flemish artists from the 15th to the 20th centuries. Not the Louvre, but a great way of stepping back in time to imagine the world when Bruges was one of the most prosperous cities in the world.
- 46Nationalestraat 28, 2000 Antwerpen, België3 reviews
MoMu is one of the world's best museums specialized in fashion. If you are interested in the subject, a visit to this airy little museum is highly advised. The ticket price is somewhat high given the small size of the exhibitions, but the focus and the rarity of the objects they display (from cutting-edge three-dimensional knitwear to preserved 16th-century gowns) ...
- 49Vieux Marché aux Poteries 16, 7500 Tournai, Belgium2 reviews
I visited it a few years ago, when it was partly undergoing a restoration. It is a really impressive church from the outside as well as from the inside. It is an enormous building in Roman and Gothic style. The best place to see it from the outside it the "place P.E. Janson". Don't miss the windows with painted glass, ...
- 512 reviews
This is a fab station and has all well stocked magazines newspapers sweets and travel assecories very helpfull and they speak several languges fluently straight forword and easy access for disabled and child friendly as son as you come out the front door taxis,trams,and bus service awaits you to start your journey into the most beautiful medievil city you will ...Popular with
- 53Onder den toren2 reviews
Cathedral in the center of Mechelen. It's name is "Sint Rombauts", which translates in English as 'Saint Rumbold'. They started building it in 1452. It has a 97 meter tower, with a spectacular (but a bit scary) viewing platform ('Skywalk') on top. A world heritage site, that has great historical value. The tower has clocks on all four sides of ...
- 541 review
The museum is gorgeous, a lost gem in a small town, totally worth the trip there. The architecture is awesome by itself and the walk includes personal Hergé objects, old sketches and, of course, lots of Tintin work and references. The audio guide is very well produced too. If you are a fan, you must go there.Popular with
- 55Place du Temps Libre 1, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Belgium1 review
I wasn't too impressed with Brussels, but this amazing bookstore in a suburb easily reachable by Metro was my favorite thing about my visit! Each room of the bookstore is done by genre and decorated such. The English book section looks like an old-fashion British library with union jacks, push-velvet chairs and dark wood. The cooking section has a real ...Popular with
- 5644 Van Praetlaan, Brussels, BRU 1020 Belgium4 reviewsPopular with
- 59Rue Gheude 56, Anderlecht, Belgium2 reviews
A local brewery the specializes in Lambic-style beers. Lambic beers are unique in that they use natural yeasts in the air to aid the fermentation process. I personally am not a huge fan of these beers because they are a little too sweet. Nevertheless, if you have never tried one it is a unique experiencePopular with