The Ardennes are perfect for hiking and nature lovers, or you could also enjoy a beach holiday from your Belgium holiday lettings, as major cities like Ghent or Bruges are only a stone's throw from the coast. Even Great Britain is easily accessible by ferry.
Belgium holidays offer the visitor the unique opportunity to combine a leisure and recreational holiday with an educational one full of historically and culturally interesting sights. You can stay in a Belgium old villa, or Belgium holiday homes to make your trip even better. The Venice of the North, as Bruges is sometimes called, has so much to offer visitors. The old city centre has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For visitors looking to spend a romantic break in Bruges, a tour on a boat through the city is an unmissable experience. Interested in other UNESCO World Heritage Sites? You'll find plenty near North England Holiday Cottages and Salamanca Apartments. Or you could organise a day trip to historical World Heritage Site of Florence from your Tuscany Villa
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The Church of Our Lady boasts a sculpture of Michelangelo. Visitors may have spotted another notable building in Bruges, an old belltower named The Belfrys before, in the film "In Bruges" starring Colin Farrell. Another beautiful holiday location made famous by the big screen is Salzburg Holidays. Other unmissable buildings are the City Hall and the Gruuthusemuseum. A wonderful holiday in Bruges can be made into a perfect one with a stay in a Belgium villas or a Belgium holiday home. Ghent is well worth a trip, even if just to wander through the city, you should also visit the Gravensteen castle and stop by at one of the many restaurants to enjoy a typical Belgian meal and, of course, the unmissable famous Belgian beer. Don't forget to visit the SMAK or the Museum voo Schone Kunsten. Visitors to Belgium should not miss Brussels, the capital of Belgium and of the European Union. It is well worth visiting the busy European Quarter, where political decisions in Europe are made. The Manneken Pis is another important landmark., as well as the famous Atomium. It goes without saying that when in Belgium, visitors should not turn down the opportunity to sample chocolate, waffles and the French Fries, which Brussels is most known for. Food lovers shouldn't miss a trip to Upper Bavaria Holiday, another region known for its distinctive and delicious cuisine