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Despite being the capital of waffles and beer, Belgians are notoriously some of the fittest people in Europe. Belgium is constantly on the move and this list highlights some of the best places to be and things to see in the country. Several places on this list are a feast for the eyes more than the stomach, though there are a few highly-recommended food stops in there. Come find out why Belgium is teeming with adventure, history, and breathtaking views that attract international crowds from all over. Just remember to bring your walking shoes.
These gardens were designed in the mid-18th century and, even today, are still manicured in this style. They are a mix of French, Italian and English style gardens and are one of the few hydro-powered landmark gardens in Belgium. For an extra-romantic overnight, you can stay in one of the garden’s cottages.
Anything goes here. Madame Moustache is best known for its variety of live music. No need to dress to impress, so jeans are fine here. It is more of a place to dance shamelessly, either on or off stage. Check out their list of shows here.
The Historium is an interactive, entertaining journey to the Middle Ages. This museum brings visitors into the customs, food, music and ways of life of 15th century Europe through films, special effects and an excellent audio guide which is fun for the whole family. The tour is about one hour long and tells the tale of Jacob, who worked for the famous Jan van Eyck. Visitors weaves their way from the dirty back alleys of Bruges to the posh waterfront aristocracy of over 500 years ago. So, enter the Gothic Gate and prepare for a museum that’s anything but boring.
The Chocolate Museum is part of the Chocolaterie Jacques. They are based in the German-speaking pocket of Belgium. This business is still family-owned and sells fresh chocolate of all sorts to visitors. You can even buy the broken pieces at a discount.
Ice Mountain is a huge complex that provides the indoor version of outdoor sports, including indoor skydiving and indoor skiing and snowboarding. They also have lasertag and paintball. It’s best to get a day pass and do as much of the activities as possible. Instructors are available for everything and kids are welcome too!