Belgium is a sovereign state in Western Europe. Belgium shares borders with Luxemburg, Netherlands, Germany and France.
It may be a small country but has everything to offer to anyone – museums, art building, many styles of beer and chocolate shops.
Saint Bavo’s Cathedral houses an impressive number of art treasures. It is the first building that dominated the Sint Baafskathedraal. It is a beautiful landmark of Belgium.
The Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula it is a beautiful Gothic architecture piece. It is situated at Treurenberg hill which lies between the lower and upper town. It is the national cathedral of Belgium and site of royal coronations and weddings.
Manneken Pisa is a famous Brussels landmark, and has been the victim of several acts of vandalism. Interesting bronze sculpture to visit.
The Markt – or The Market Square is located in the heart of the city, it was demolished and replaced again.
The Basilica of the Holy Blood is a Roman Catholic basilica in Belgium. It was built in 12th century. It is built in Romanesque and Gothic architecture.
Cinquantenaire or Jubelpark has national archeological artifacts from prehistory age. It is national landmark in Brussels.
There are more than two-hundred museums in Belgium and more than three hundred art building where you can enjoy and see some of the masterpieces.
Belgian chocolate has been a lure for lovers, the indulgence of kings and today, everyone’s favorite sweet. In Belgium, beer is more than just a frothy beverage – it is a culture. With over 650 different varieties, many Belgian beers have personalized beer glasses.
Easily connected to London, Paris, Amsterdam and German cities by plane and high speed trains. Brussels is the Hub of Europe. It is a city that is home to the Grand Palace, Centre of European Politics.
It is a very important country to the world, I hope you will have a chance to visit any town in Belgium.