The five cities to pace if you go in Belgium.

Belgium, this little country which gave birth to so many great names like Brel, Hergé and Solvay, is often unrecognized because living in the shadow of its neighbors. The flat country still offers many attractions, whether cultural, culinary and landscape. Here is a lover filing its typical cities.


One can not speak of Belgium not to mention Brussels, capital of Europe. The first surprise is that this city is on a human scale. Surrounded by a wall in the middle ages, it has kept in its center this charming setup consists of interlacing alleys to the rich and gaudy architecture. Brussels is famous for its Grand Place and Manneken Pis, but it offers much more. Sablon, the antiques district, the Mont des Arts which embraces the historic center, churches of Gothic style and of course a multitude of museums; not to mention the impressive number of typical restaurants and cafés which mark. Its tram and a public transport extended service makes it very accessible.


The Ardent City, rich history, was the city of the prince bishops before becoming an industrial city. We find this conviviality to built Belgian reputation. The magnificent places succession of neighborhoods where every night the party in full swing. The banks of the Meuse, that overlooks the Citadel, meanwhile, offer an ideal setting for a walk with friends.


The North of Venice, famous for its lace, is to be discovered by boat by its bucolic canals. The medieval architecture is remarkable and sumptuous churches. A stop on the terrace will be needed to enjoy the best wheat beer in the world, before going to stroll in the old Beguine.


The birthplace of the famous Adolphe Sax enjoys a special atmosphere. Its steep cliffs overlooking the Meuse and its citadel glorious past to being a place of reverie. Renowned for its brassware, it is also for its biscuits; a biscuit with honey that is sure to surprise you. The many surrounding abbeys allow getaways for hikers and gourmets.


The city's famous Brabo, who cut the hand before giant throw in the Scheldt and gave the city its Flemish name Antwerpen (hand = hand and Throwing ') was once a thriving city with its industry textile ; rich buildings and mansions testify. Antwerp has retained the charm of that past of port city.