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Belgium — With Dutch-influenced Flanders to the north and French-flaired Wallonia to the south, Belgium is a unique blend of languages and cultures brimming with historic charm, haute couture, and heavenly cuisine – including its world-famous mussels, fries, waffles, chocolate, and beer.

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For gently rolling landscapes, historic sites, and modern cities that can all be explored at an easy pace. 

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It's Not a Contradiction in Terms: Bruges on a Budget

December 29, 2014 by Tommy Burson

Bruges might justbe the prettiest city in Belgium, if not all of Europe. It has architecture that's perfectly preserved from the 13th century, and the city ... Read More »


How Ghent's Becoming a Green Capital

December 16, 2014 by Tommy Burson

When you think “green" cities in Europe, Ghent -- the medieval Belgian city with a population only slightly bigger than it was during the Middle Ages -- ... Read More »


5 Famous Stolen Artworks and Where To See Them

December 02, 2014 by Tommy Burson

We all love a good art heist, don’t we? They've been romanticized in films like Monuments Men, The Thomas Crown Affair, and, of course, the unforgettable, but ... Read More »


3 Dreamy (But Affordable) Eurail Select Pass Itineraries

May 01, 2014 by Lindsay Silberman

After a year-long absence from Eurail’s Select Pass program, France officially returned to the network last month, becoming the 27th participating European ... Read More »


5 Epic Brewery-Hotels for Beer Lovers

March 25, 2014 by Tommy Burson

Whatever happened to the good ol' days, when hotel bars served as an oasis for road-weary travelers? A place to mingle with your fellow vagrants and ... Read More »

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