Due to good communications and economic worth a trip to Brussels, capital of Europe, apart from enjoying chocolate and good beer, will be very pleasant to stroll through its streets full of history, museums and monuments. Brussels is the epicenter to visit European cities by the frequency and comfort of their trains do not forget to visit the cities that are exposed at the points of interest. Do not miss the Grand Place or the district Le Sablon
Located 30 minutes by train from Brussels.
Ghent was the biggest city in Europe in the sixteenth century after Paris. Today is the Flemish city with the largest number of buildings and a rich cultural life. St. Bavo Cathedral, the tower and the church of St. Nicholas with its three towers are the most representative symbol of the city. It offers attractive places such as the Graslei and Korenlei. Union buildings dotted the twelfth and seventeenth centuries. No trace remains of the castle where born Carlos I.
It has five abbeys and in the cathedral's treasures including Flemish painting politician Adoration of the Mystic Lamb by John Van Eyck.
Situated 1 hour by train from Brussels.
Lives up to its name town with a magical atmosphere with stunning views over its canals and historic buildings are well worth Heritage.
It was the capital of the county of Flanders, even the feeling of being in medieval remains. To visit walk and enjoy the surroundings recommend channels, Grand Place, the Provincial Palace, the monument of Atalaya, the Basilic of the Holy Blood, the Cathedral of San Salvador.
Situated 45 minutes by train from Brussels.
Famous for its Gothic Cathedral, home of Rubens, diamond center ... worth walking around the Plaza Mayor and the surrounding streets with their union halls, Town Hall, Cathedral to admire some of the best works of Rubens.
College town founded in 1425, where he taught classes Erasmus of Rotterdam. Its monuments deserves special mention its library, the City of Flemish architecture, Old Town Square, the Church of San Pedro.
Other must-sees are the Beguine, living Fabrics, Van Dale College, ...
City closely linked to the history of the Dukes of Brabant.
Leuven noted for its brewing tradition, enjoy a lively city.
Worth a break one day to visit this small country, home to several European institutions and major financial centers. Very attractive visits to the Cathedral of Santa María, the fortifications of the medieval Duchy Palace and Weapons Place
It's nice to walk around the city center, usually very busy and appreciate the view from the city.