Belgium holidays. Holiday rentals and tourist information

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Belgium, situated in the heart of Europe is famous for its world class chocolate. However chocolate isn't all the Belgium has to offer. Belgium has many tourist attractions ranging from exquisite architecture to water sports to antiques to romantic cruises and delicious food.

If you are interested in diamonds visit Antwerp, located towards northern Belgium closer to Dutch border. Antwerp is nicknamed the world's diamond trading centre and you will be delighted with the different qualities of precious gems you can discover. Antwerp also has other tourist attraction such as a host of museums and galleries waiting to be explored. Some of the more popular tourist attractions include the City Hall, the Antwerp Cathedral and also Het Steen (a medieval castle). Along with these historical pleasures Antwerp is also a great place for shopping and fashion. Be amazed by the latest styles and designs that are up for grabs.

Visit Luxembourg to be transported to another time and place. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is widely known as a walker's paradise. Take in the many historical sites that Luxembourg has to offer. Famous for it's casemates, an extensive network of underground galleries which were carved from the cities own rocks, this is an experience not to be missed. Also stop by the Grand-Duke's residence to discover majestic architecture and medieval houses. Belgium is also rich in art galleries and museums. Considered an architectural gem, the Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean Mudam hosts a plethora of art and culture. Give your artistic side a treat by indulging in the opera, musicals and various other activities which will heighten your senses and give you unforgettable memories.

Namur, located towards the south of Belgium, dates back to having foundations in the Roman era. One place that is filled with historical significance is the Citadel. The Meat Hall is also another such monument to archeological history. Along with being rich in architecture and history Namur is also famous for its churches and cathedrals. When in Namur make sure to sample its many mouth watering delicacies. Meats, salads, Flamiche, red wine and chilled beer are local staples that have to be tried out. If you are interested in perfumes, visit Perfumes Guy Delforge where you will be able to learn each stage that goes into making exquisite fragrances.

Liege, a city which is a beautiful blend of the past and the future is a discovery that will delight any tourist. Hunt for antiques at an outdoor market, shop along the traffic free alleys and indulge in restaurants where each meal seems to taste better than the last.

Visit the south of Belgium to revel in the luxurious hills of the Ardennes and the castles and architecture that have stood against the passage of time. If you are more interested in a beach holiday, the coast of Belgium offers you pristine beaches, water sports and mouth watering seafood. To enjoy a cosmopolitan feel visit Brussels, which is the home of both NATO as well as the European Union.

Along with its rich culture and heritage Belgium is fast turning into a vibrant centre for nightlife. Party the night away and have the holiday of a lifetime. With a wide range of pubs, clubs, restaurants and shopping districts available Belgium is now a major tourist attraction to the young and the adventurous.

Travelling around Belgium is relatively easy. Belgium has an extensive train network which connects the whole country and therefore makes travelling around easy, comfortable and safe. You can also rent a car if you wish or take the bus. Travelling around Belgium is not time consuming due the country being relatively small. Therefore regardless of what type of transportation you choose you are guaranteed to be able to reach your destination within a short period of time.