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    Belgium? It's the entire world on just 31,000 km2.

    Belgium has it all: the sea and mountains (well, they are actually hills), exquisite gastronomy and fantastic fries, Congolese rhythms and Belgian dance music, medieval art and revolutionary architecture. And what is truly unique is that all these wonderful things are located less than an hour's travel of one another!

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    Must do's in Belgium - Pick your city and experience the best attractions in town!

    • Take a selfie on the Grote Markt/Grand Place in Brussels.
    • Score a trendy outfit in Antwerp, the city of fashion.
    • Play knight and damsel at the Castle of the Counts in Ghent.
    • Kiss on a picturesque bridge in Bruges.
    • Visit one of Europe's oldest universities in Leuven.
    • Climb to the top of St Rumbold's Tower in Mechelen.
    • Eat authentic Liège waffles in - where else - Liège!

    Brussels, The capital of the unexpected

    Brussels is the capital city of Belgium, and of Europe, of course. The majestic Grote Markt/Grand Place, stylish shopping streets and top-class restaurants are all witness to this. But Brussels is also the capital city of the Art Nouveau movement. And of craziness! Where else will you find comic strips on the street as tall as a building, or a national monument composed of nine spheres or, a population that is crazy about Brussels sprouts? But, more than anything, Brussels is the capital city of the good life. How about hunting for some vintage bargains at the Vossenplein/Place du Jeu de balle, followed by a pre-dinner drink at Jacques Brel's favourite tavern?

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    What's in it for you in a Hi Belgium Pass for Brussels:

    • Free admission to the following outstanding museums
    • Pull your own beer at "Sip this beer", a unique bar in the heart of the city where you can taste a large variety of Belgian beers, discover the delightful flavours of our UNESCO cultural heritage, and best of all, pull them yourself!

    Antwerp, The capital of Cool

    Need a good reason to choose Antwerp? It's a city of trendsetters - and has always been so.You'll find the city's style reflected in its architecture (check out the railway station and the Port House!), its museums (oh, the MAS with its 360° panoramic views, and the stylish art at Museum Mayer van den Bergh!) and even in the food on your plate. Where else would a Michelin-starred chef open a deluxe fries stand? That's right, in the beautiful city on the river Scheldt.

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    What's in it for you in a Hi Belgium Pass for Antwerp:

    • Free admission to the following landmarks
    • Experience tour at the De Koninck city brewery, including an interactive visit and a tasting of three brewery beers.

    Bruges, The capital of heritage

    The heart of Bruges, surrounded by an almost continuous ring of canals, is the best preserved example of medieval Flanders. The city centre is so picture perfect, that it is nigh on impossible to take a bad photograph. All the stunning beauty and culture of this unforgettable city can be easily explored on foot, by boat ride along quiet canals, or by horse-drawn carriage over cobblestone streets. Although Bruges is a small city, it will easily take more than one day to explore all of its architectural and artistic treasures, folklore, chocolate shops, lace boutiques, and local restaurants. The historic centre of Bruges is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is teeming with places of interest. Bruges is so magical that it's akin to a film set. This seems appropriate given that the 2008 film In Bruges was filmed on location in the city. This film, starring Ralph Fiennes and Colin Farrell, features two hit men holing up in the city after a difficult job. During Bruges’ Golden Age, the 15th century, the fine arts prevailed. In the wake of the prestigious Burgundian dynasty, the great Flemish Primitives made a name for themselves. The world-renowned works of Jan Van Eyck, Hans Memling and those of other prominent Flemish Masters can be admired at the Groeninge Museum, St John’s Hospital, St Saviour’s Cathedral and the Church of Our Lady.

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    What's in it for you in a Hi Belgium Pass for Bruges:

    • Free admission to the following landmarks
    • Experience tour at the Brewery Bourgogne des Flandres: after 60 years, Bourgogne des Flandres is being brewed again in the City of Bruges! The brewery on its own is worth a visit: you get to see the brewing equipment from close up, in fact, you’re right in the middle of it, amongst the aromas of hops and malt. In the interactive section, you learn how to pull a pint digitally, send your pictures to your friends or have a bottle personalised with your photo. The tour of the brewery is without a guide and takes about 40 minutes.

    Ghent, Belgium's hipster capital

    What makes Ghent so special? That's easy: the perfect combination of respectable old and rebellious new! You can exit the medieval Castle of the Counts (Gravensteen) head straight into a museum of modern design (the SMAK), or stroll through experimental graffiti street to stately St. Bavo's Cathedral (Sint-Baafskathedraal) that houses the Ghent Altarpiece (except for that one stolen panel, of course). Here, you can tuck into some trendy haute dogs and finish off with a few authentic, sweet Ghent neuzekes, a cone shaped candy also called cuberdons. According to Lonely Planet, Ghent is 'Europe's best-kept secret' - we couldn't agree more!

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    What's in it for you in a Hi Belgium Pass for Ghent:

    • Free admission to top attractions and museums thanks to the Ghent Alterpiece Combi Ticket
    • Additional advantage: Follow the restauration of the Ghent Altarpiece up close

    Leuven, The capital of ideas

    Leuven is a versatile city - offering both age-old heritage and fresh innovation. The 15th-century late-Gothic town hall is truly an architectural gem, as are the many Gothic and Baroque churches. The university and the Botanic Garden are the oldest in the country. And then there is the Stella Artois brewery, which tells a story of tradition and craftsmanship. On the other hand, the university fills the city with a young crowd. They bring a thrilling, innovative vibe with them, especially visible on the Oude Markt, the beating heart of the nightlife and bar district.

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    What's in it for you in a Hi Belgium Pass for Leuven:

    • Free admission to the following landmarks
    • Discover the city via four thematic walks (Explore Leuven, Smart City, Church & co, The place to beer), each with a practical map and information regarding the stops on the route.

    Mechelen, The capital of diversity

    Mechelen is on everybody’s doorstep, located in the heart of Flanders, midway between Brussels and Antwerp. Brussels Airport to Mechelen is a mere 11 minutes by train. Everything is within walking distance in the city so you can stroll from one landmark to another, from one highlight to another. You’ll stumble upon historic buildings, tradition come to life and exceptional experiences. And the people of Mechelen are more than happy to give you a warm welcome!

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    What's in it for you in a Hi Belgium Pass for Mechelen:

    • Visit of St Rumbold's Tower and Skywalk: Discover Mechelen with your head in the clouds! St-Rumbold’s Tower (Sint-Romboutskathedraal) is the place to go if you are looking for a complete experience, whether on the skywalk or on the way there, thanks to the brand-new info points and visitor’s guide. More
    • Free admission to the Kazerne Dossin: The former barracks in Mechelen known as Kazerne Dossin is now a very special place of remembrance. Between 1942 and 1944 it was the site of the Nazis' 'SS Sammellager Mecheln' transit camp. More
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    Liège, The trendy destination

    Just an hour from Brussels by train, Belgium's third most populous city and most touristic city of Wallonia is perfect for a weekend getaway. As your train pulls into Liège, the first thing you'll notice is the hyper-avant-garde Calatrava train station Liège-Guillemins. There are plenty of buildings which have recently undergone extensive renovation such as the famous Opéra Royal de Wallonie, the Théâtre de Liège, the Grand Curtius boasting an awesome collection of artifacts, the splendid La Boverie museum of Art which acts in partnership with Paris’ Louvre, and the Musée de la Vie Wallonne, all showcases of Liège's cultural diversity. Other new emblematic buildings should also be mentioned: the Tour des Finances, La Mediacité designed by Ron Arad, the Design Station of Wallonia, the Passerelle “La Belle Liégeoise” and so forth. They show evidence of a dramatic urban renewal. Remnants of the Liège’s history can still be found in the old Citadel offering a panoramic city view and the Archeoforum museum located beneath Place Saint-Lambert. In addition, Liège’s extended shopping area has lots of chic and trendy fashion boutiques, designer stores, cafes and brasserie-restaurants with great typical food for a real great time with amazing Liégeois hospitality! Furthermore, why not benefit from a free half day bike or scooter rental to discover Liège in a different way?

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    What's in it for you in a Hi Belgium Pass for Liège:

    • Free admission to the following landmarks
    • Discover Liège differently: Enjoy a free half day bike or scooter rental (non-motorized) to move around the city and discover Liège’s landmarks and lively shopping streets on your own!

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    Ostend, Trendy seaside fun

    This ‘City by the Sea’, boasts over five-and-a-half miles of sandy beaches, perfect for sunbathing and a refreshing dip in the North Sea. After frolicking in the sun, take a walk down the promenade where you’ll find many fantastic shops, bars and restaurants. As a cosmopolitan city, you’ll find plenty to do across the harbour, yacht-basin, and at incredible year-round activities like the Christmas Market or the phenomenal Theatre by the Sea. One of Ostend's main, though perhaps lesser known, attractions is gastronomy. Where better place to sample the ocean’s delicacies than at the seaside? Choose from high-end restaurants to cosy bistros, but make sure to order specialities such as Dover Sole, shrimp croquettes and tomate crevette (tomatoes filled with shrimps).

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    Charleroi, A city in transition

    Some 50 km south of Brussels, Charleroi is the biggest city of the province of Hainaut. The region of Charleroi, once known as the Black Country for its coalmining past, attracted a huge influx of foreign workers. To learn about the history of immigration and industry in the region, we recommend a visit to the museums of mining, glass and industry at the former mine of Bois du Cazier (Musées de la Mine, du Verre et de l’Industrie au Bois du Cazier). Included on the UNESCO World Heritage list, the Bois du Cazier is located in Marcinelle at the site where 256 miners perished in a terrible disaster in 1956. Another essential stop on any visit to Charleroi is certainly the Photography Museum (Musée de la Photographie), the largest museum devoted to photography in Europe, with a collection of 80 000 images.

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    Mons, An undiscovered gem

    Cultural capital of Wallonia since 2002 and European Capital of Culture 2015, Mons is a dynamic city with a rich heritage. Located close to the French border and at the centre of the largest mining and industrial region of Belgium, Mons has been a pilgrimage destination since the 7th century, when a Frankish woman, later St. Waltrude, decided to stop here and dedicate her life to God. St. Waltrude's Collegiate Church, one of Mons principal attractions, was never fully completed after 200 years of works! This can be seen on the church's exterior as the tower is not completed, the interior however, was completed in the 17th century. The church is considered one of the best examples of Brabant Gothic. Other remarkable landmarks of Mons are the Grande-Place, surrounded by the impressive Town Hall, and the Belfry (listed as a World Heritage site by the UNESCO), a bell tower hosting a carillon of 47 bells. If you have a more contemporary feel, don't miss the Marsh House, where painter Van Gogh lived around 1880.

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    Namur, The Capital of Wallonia

    Namur is the capital of Wallonia, the southern region of Belgium. Enjoy a stroll through the medieval city centre or the Citadel, one of Europe's most impressive strongholds. If you want to give your feet a rest, you can join one of the many boat trips on the rivers Sambre and Meuse, as the city is neatly tucked in between where both rivers meet, an ideal and romantic way to explore the region. Do you prefer a more challenging way of exploration? Namur is also the gateway to various nature hikes in the Belgian Ardennes, an extensive forest region famed for its gorgeous landscapes and hillsides.

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