Belgium - Sunset In Oostende

Belgium


Belgium can be divided into six regions. Behind the North Sea Coast lies a lowland known by its historic name of Flanders. Farther inland the land rises gently to the east and south-east forming the central low plateau's bounded by the well-defined valley of the Sambre and the Meuse. Beyond this valley rises the plateau of the Ardennes, succeeded in the extreme south by a small portion of the hill and dale country of Lorraine. Finally in the north-east is an area of heath land, the Kempen.


Brussels

The vibrant capital city of both  Belgium and the European Union is not only a very clean and well maintained city but also rich in history. Brussels is a very sophisticated city with a lively cosmopolitan atmosphere. Start with a stroll around the magnificent Grand Place, one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. What an experience, discover for yourself Brussels first class cuisine in the restaurants of I'llot Sacre' or stop at one of the many pavement cafes around the bustling squares to sample the famous beers and chocolates.





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Sunset In Oostende

Oostende ferry port connecting to the UK. This video has included some brilliant sunset and Belgian lifestyle sceneries..

The Castle of Laarne, near Gent Belgium

Belgium - Brussels the Capital of Belgium and the EU

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Brussels City Centre

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The Castle of Laarne in Belgium

Gent Waterways to Brugge

Belgium - The beautiful and historical City of Gent

Belgium - Historical Gent

Belgium - Gent is hosting a vast network of waterways connecting the City with famous Brugge and other sites and towns in the region.

Gent is a must. Beautiful Gent and Brugge are of Europe's best preserved mediaeval towns and are incredibly picturesque  taking a cruise along the romantic canals or ride in a traditional horse and carriage to discover the intricate narrow lanes and waterways of the old towns. All being part of the coastal lowlands the towns are located

in an area with the historic name of Flanders.

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