- Located on the Scheldt river.
- City of diamonds, fashion and Rubens.
- Vibrant, welcoming, heart-warming and green.
- Home to the Sportpaleis, Belgium’s largest and one of the world’s most visited event halls according to Billboard Magazine.
Antwerp, city of diamonds
Milo Profi - Museum MAS in Antwerp
Bruges, the Venice of the North
Milo Profi - Bruges
- Known as the Venice of the North, one of the most beautiful cities of Europe.
- Entire historical city center is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- Charming medieval ambiance with winding cobbled alleys and romantic canals.
- Home to the new Concert Hall, one of the most prominent music complexes of Flanders.
Brussels, capital of Europe
Visit Flanders - Brussels from above
- One of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world.
- Seat of European institutions, seat of the Parliament, Council, Commission and NATO.
- Headquarters of global enterprises.
- Economic, political and cultural center of Belgium.
- Home to 2000 foreign businesses and 1000 international associations.
- Full of museums, monuments and historical buildings, particularly from the art nouveau period.
Ghent, the hidden gem of Europe
Stad Gent - Ghent festivities
- Featured by National Geographic Traveler Magazine, CNN Travel and the Lonely Planet.
- One of the hidden gems of Europe.
- Preserves its medieval character while keeping up with the cutting edge.
- Known for its open, rebellious, imaginative and innovative attitude.
Hasselt: small town, great people
Pukkelpop 2018 / #PKP18 / Jokko
- Capital of the Belgian province of Limburg.
- Home to a friendly atmosphere, countless cozy terraces and relaxing sidewalk cafes.
- Features several museums, including the Stedelijk Museum, an archive of fashion from 1830 onwards, and the Stedelijk Beiaardmuseum, which is dedicated to carillons.
Leuven, a Burgundian blend of culture and leisure
Visit Flanders - terrace in Leuven
- Celebrated Burgundian university town of old.
- Blends history, culture, architecture, gastronomy and modern science.
- Contains vast possibilities for entertainment with its amazing restaurants, its dazzling Gothic Town Hall, the demure magnificence of Saint Peter’s church and the lively bustle of a university town in the Old Market Square.
Ypres, martyr town
Visit Flanders - Menin Gate
- One of the main martyr towns of World War One.
- From October 1914 to October 1918, the battlefield was mere kilometers away from the city’s center.
- The location of five bloody WW1 battles.
- Since 1928, the Last Post – the traditional salute to the fallen – has been sounded under the imposing memorial arches of the town’s Menin Gate.