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Sights, Belgium

With so much to see in Belgium and so little time available during a city break, you’ll have to be efficient or risk missing out! Thankfully, you’ll be able to search for sculptures, specific buildings and murals like the famous Manneken Pis or EU Parliament on foot, explore cities like Bruges from a new perspective on a canal cruise, and get a birds-eye view of the Brussels from the Atomium’s highest sphere.


This weird and wonderful landmark building and museum, also known as the ‘Eiffel Tower of Paris’ is a remnant of the World Exhibition in 1958. It represents the composition of an atom, built 165 billion times its size.

Not all of the 9 Atomium steel spheres can be visited, but the ones which can are the size of a large apartment and contain exhibitions with different themes. Be sure to take your camera as from the highest sphere in the Atomium, you will get a great panorama view of the city and its surroundings.

Minnewater Park

Summer days are perfect for seeking out your own secret spot around Minnewater Park, a tranquil area that’s located in the heart of Bruges. Surrounded by trees, you’ll find a small rectangular lake called Minnewater. Translating to Lake of Love, it used to be a mooring place for inland vessels, is easily one of the most romantic places in the country. Rumour has it that if you take a stroll over the Minnewater Bridge with your partner, you’ll forever be in love…

The Basilica of the Holy Blood

The Gothic chapel, one of the smallest buildings nestled in an unassuming corner of the main square of Bruges, is truly a hidden gem. Known as a place of pilgrimage, carefully adorned with gold-coated statues and medallions of the Counts of Flanders and their partners. It also houses an extraordinary relic; a vial believed to contain the blood of Jesus, which is brought out for worship every day.