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Small enough so as not needing more than one week to see it, close to all major European cities (within about 1000 km), known for its wonderful waffles, hosting European Union offices, Belgium certainly is to give the visitors a lot. 

The second largest city of Belgium is Antwerp. Do not miss the huge cathedral and walk the medieval streets. 

Ghent was once one of the largest cities in Europe. Today is a modern town with picturesque canals and vibrant student life but each corner has to reveal to you a bit of a long history. 

In the 14th century, Bruges was one of the richest cities. Today, it has become a tourist town but with a strong perfume of originality, medieval quiet - a frustrating sometimes far-city.Filled with small "guest houses" and many family businesses. 

The Liege is the largest city in Wallonia. In the surrounding hills are many luxury resorts. 

In Dinant good to go in the winter. Amazing landscape, meeting point of the faithful everywhere "adventure sports". Here you can among other things, canoeing, kayaking, climbing and more. 

In Leuven do not forget to visit the university which is one of the oldest in Europe. The historic center is beautiful and the nightlife will not disappoint you. 

Mechelen is a small medieval town with a magnificent cathedral, which gives a special color in the surrounding area. Take a stroll around the cathedral. The images will compensate. 

The Ypres was previously one of the largest cities in the Netherlands. Now known that the total damage suffered during the First World War. Here you will find numerous monuments and cemeteries. 

Note: The above information was updated at the time of issue of the article but can change without notice. Please confirm the accuracy of these before your trip.


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