Belgium's trip is like a time trip, because excursions to its ancient towns allow to transfer to Middle Ages. Looking at the cathedrals and listening to the guide's story, we plunge into the past, and trying the famous chocolate and admiring the glowing of diamonds in the Diamond Quarter of Antwerp - we return to the modern world again. First off sally with personal English-language guide to Brussels: Grand Place Square, world-famous Manneken Pis and "Mini-Europe" park is unlikely to leave you indifferent. After meeting the capital, it will be time to visit Bruges - one of the most beautiful cities not only in Belgium, but also in Europe. Next places you may see:
- seaport Antwerp - the hometown of masters Rubens and van Dyck;
- Ghent with famous St Bavo's Cathedral and Gravesteen castle;
- Leuven, known for its beguinage Groot Begijnhof;
- Waterloo valley;
- Hallerbos forest (1001guide recommends to visit it by spring when millions of сampanulas bloomes).