Belgium is popular for its moderate climate and varied landscape. It has a sandy coastline with over 15 coastal resorts each providing a unique experience.
There are many natural and historical places to see, medieval castles, famous battlefields...
Belgium is also home to Ardennes Forest that offers adventure hike with serene beauty. Belgium’s art and culture are eminent from the historical architectures of the city buildings and state of the art museum and galleries.
Belgium has 11 historical sites listed on UNESCO’s Heritage Sites of the World. Brussels, the capital of Belgium, tops the list when it comes to exhibiting the maximum architectural beauty and gastronomic lifestyle.
Hence, Brussels is home to many cultural events, food festivals and has an exuberant nightlife. The restaurants are outstanding and serve traditional delicacies like “mussels with fries” round the clock.
Belgium is a famous hub for waffles, chocolate, beer, steak and mayo-fries.
Predominately Belgium culture is in two halves. The northern Belgium is Dutch-speaking Flanders and it’s artistically appealing sites can be conveniently traveled using the interconnected public transport.
The southern Belgium is French-speaking Wallonia which displays the rural beauty and gives an opportunity for outdoor activities. In this region, the accommodations are mainly in village inns with touring of countryside attractions on rented cars or cycles.
Central to Belgium’s cultural life is folklore hence you would see it hosting a high number of parades, festivals and processions of religious or mythological background.
The most popular among these are Carnival of Aalst, Walloon festival, Gentse Feesten and Carnival of Binche.
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