Belgium is prominent for so many things more than just chocolates. If someone is planning for their next visit in Belgium then this list will clear out the doubts in one’s head, that which place to dwell first.
Hence Belgium goes fifty-fifty into two parts, the first half is Dutch-speaking(Flanders) and the other half is covered with French-speaking(Wallonia). Except for the changing languages, visiting this country is simple as ABC. The mixed culture of Dutch, French, and German makes a peerless combination of religion, tasty Belgium food and above all, Belgium desserts.
There are top most places one should never miss out once step into the Belgium. And these places are Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp, and Ghent.
Brussels Is known to be the capital of Belgium, this place is notorious for its museums, shops, restaurants, architecture and many more things which one can find easily under some miles of the city. Here are some of the Brussels Attraction one should never miss out.
This place is located in the city’s main plaza, in the heart of Brussels Old Town and also found to be the most attracted place among the Brussels Attactions. All of its squares are in vogue due to it’s ornated stone work, magnificent gables, pilasters and royal look of gold decoration. The most eye-catchy building among the squares is Hôtel de Ville.
This luxurious Brussels Attraction is designed by Victor Horta represents the history of cartoons and comic strips in the country. This Exhibition does not only shows 200 original comic strips drawing but also contain Orginal manuscript of French comics, Draft sketches and imaginary sets of Lucky Luke’s saloon, Captain Haddock’s moon rocket and much more.
Belgian Royal Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most beautiful and largest art galleries among all the Brussels Attractions. This art gallery first started up in 1797 and originally placed in Charles of Lorraine. Then shifted in 1846 to the newly ratified Musées Royaux. The gallery has been pieced up into two sections: the Musée d’art ancient (Museum of Ancient Art) and the other one is the Musée d’art Moderne (Museum of Modern Art).
This beautiful building among all the squares in the royal palace is used as an official residence by the Belgium royal families. The two finest examples of this royal palace are: The Palais des Académies, which was once the residence of Crown Prince of Orange, and the Palais des Beaux-Arts (Paleis voor Schone Kunsten) built and designed by Victor Horta in 1920s.
Mont des Arts were built and designed between 1956 and 1958. This complex of large buildings includes some beautiful building such as Bibliothèque Albert I and the modern Palais de la Dynastie and Palais de Congrès. And these were found between the period of the Burgundian rule with a collection of large museums and precious collections of the manuscript.
More than that one can easily find a huge no. of premium, mid-range and budget hotels there without any hassle. And above all of it once you get the chance to explore the Brussels Attraction you can have a beautiful experience with a home like feeling.