Belgium has everything its popular neighbors have, but goes relatively unnoticed. Its extraordinary artistic heritage puts it on the map for art-lovers, but the country’s delights extend well beyond the artistic realm. Cities such as Bruges and Ghent go back centuries, retaining much of their medieval architecture and providing visitors with a fascinating step back in time. Brussels is the proud capital, not only of Belgium, but also of the European Union, and despite the rather deadening effect of dozens of bureaucrats bustling along its streets, Brussels’ central square, the Grand Place, is a sensational highlight which should not be missed by any visitor of Belgium.
Come with Europa Coaches Dubrovnik to Brussels, capital of the European Union. Brussels is a popular destination for diplomats and business people. But there is a lot more to Brussels than a cluster of office blocks. Brussels is a historical city with a beautiful city centre, impressive museums, 19th century palaces, fine cuisine and chocolates. And who would not want to visit a city where one of its main claims to fame is Manneken Pis, a tiny peeing statue with a wardrobe of some 725 outfits.