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One of the smallest countries in Europe, Belgium is best known for its beer, mouthwatering chocolate and waffles and its national dish, mussels and chips.
While there are 9,634 hotels here starting at CA $155 a night, you may want to consider bundling your hotel and flight bookings. It’s an easy way to save a few dollars. With Expedia’s Belgium Vacation Packages, you can also add extras like car rental and experiences to your reservation. Eager to learn the history behind some of Belgium’s famous culinary delights? Add a guided tour or two to your hotel and flight package and eat your way through this delicious destination.
Day 1: The nation’s capital, Brussels, is the perfect place to kick off your Belgium vacation. Once you’ve touched down at Brussels Airport, make your way into the city centre to the Grand Place. Renowned for its beauty and opulence, this magnificent square is one of the country’s most important landmarks.
Day 2: Rent a car and you can be in the stunning city of Ghent in around an hour. Top attractions here include the medieval castle Gravensteen and Het Belfort van Gent, a towering belfry.
Day 3: Around an hour's drive from Ghent is the picturesque city of Bruges. If you’re travelling with your sweetheart, Minnewater (or the Lake of Love) is the place to be. Enjoy a romantic stroll across the bridge or relax with a picnic beside the water.
On July 21 each year, big festivities and military parades take place to celebrate Belgian National Day. Don’t miss the musical fireworks display if you’re in Brussels on that date.
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The former food market is still a popular spot for fine Belgian cuisine and is a protected World Heritage site.
The strangest piece of architecture in Brussels is a series of steel spheres that can be seen from across the city. The site houses a restaurant and museum.
The historical heart of Bruges is framed by guild buildings and the Provincial Court. Presiding over the square is the imposing Belfort.