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Kategorie – Belgium

The diversity of Belgium is huge. From the smallest city of Durbuy to the border triangle, the capital Brussels to a beach holiday on the North Sea.

Ghent – The flower city from Flanders

If you are planning a city trip , the city of Ghent in the northwest of Belgium is not necessarily the first thing that comes to mind – a pity, because Ghent is a modern university city with many buildings worth seeing that remind us of an exciting and eventful history. An ideal destination for a varied short trip and a relaxing break in between. Ghent is located at...

Antwerp – diamonds, fashion and culture

Cosmopolitan flair and maritime charm are the trademarks of Antwerp. The Belgian metropolis is equally cool and classic, hip and historic, trendy and traditional. The fjord-like Scheldt flows through the middle of the port city. The second largest seaport in Europe is located here. The city is of great importance worldwide due to the diamond trade. Important artists...

Liège – a city worth seeing in eastern Belgium

Many travellers travelling from Germany to Paris, northern France or Belgium pass through Liège on their way, but make a stopover here at most. It is well worth planning a longer stay in the lively city in the east of Belgium, for example as a city trip over a long weekend or in combination with a nature and hiking holiday in the Ardennes. With just under 200,000...

Ostend – enjoy, stroll and “sea”

The port city of Ostend is located in the province of West Flanders. Almost 72,000 inhabitants live here on the Belgian North Sea coast. Numerous historic buildings and museums worth seeing bear witness to its eventful history. With a unique promenade and the nine-kilometre-long shore area, Ostend is considered the “queen of seaside resorts” in the...

Belgium – an insider tip in search of a destination in Europe

So far, Belgium has been one of the rather unknown holiday destinations in Europe. But that can still change over the years: from the scenic beauty of the Ardennes to vibrant cities like Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent and Charleroi to seaside resorts like Ostend , you’ll find everything your heart desires in Belgium. If you are considering a trip to Belgium, you want...

The most beautiful sights in the Ardennes

The Ardennes are located in Belgium in the south of the country and are also known as the green lung of Belgium. The special thing about the Ardennes is the many river valleys, unique forests, towns and villages. In the following, various destinations in the Ardennes are described in more detail. Coo Waterfalls The Coo Waterfalls are located near the Belgian...

Durbuy – the smallest city in Belgium

The city of Durbuy is the ideal destination for a weekend getaway with its size. It is located in the Belgian province of Luxembourg and in the Ardennes. Its location makes it an attractive starting point to explore the region with its rich history and charming landscape. Although the village of Durbuy has had city rights since the 14th century, its dimensions do not...

Wallonia in Belgium

Wallonia in the French-speaking south of Belgium is the largest region of the kingdom and is a multifaceted holiday destination. Tourists can get to know interesting historic towns, visit romantic villages and the historic castles and palaces of the Meuse Valley. Highlights include the former coal mines in Hainaut as well as the many nature parks. Nature lovers and...

The border triangle of Germany / Netherlands / Belgium

In the far west of Germany, at the outermost tip of North Rhine-Westphalia, lies the border triangle of Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium. Along with the Dreiländermark of Germany, the Czech Republic and Austria , it is the only point in Germany where three national borders on the mainland meet. A trip to the region of the border triangle is therefore like a...

Destination Flanders: coast, culture and culinary delights

Flanders is the northernmost of the three regions of Belgium and is also known as the Flemish Region. In the west, Flanders is bordered by the North Sea. The Flemish Region shares its northern and eastern borders with the Netherlands. So it is hardly surprising that the official language of Flanders is Dutch. Although the Belgian capital Brussels is a region in its...