This important sight in Ghent is a castle with a very turbulent past, closely intertwined with the complex—often stormy—political and social history of the city.Read more
As early as the 8th century, seat of Pepin de Herstal, then fearsome Lords of Beaufort, the last residents of their descendants, the Counts de Liedekerke Beaufort: Vêves, with its long and eventful past, is a living and harmonious ideal of many centuries. The visitors are welcomed by exquisite porcelains, historic memories and beautiful 18th century furniture.Read more
Decades of evolution in technology, comfort, safety and increasing concern with the environment are on display in Autoworld. From the earliest models of the distant past to contemporary cars that prefigure the automobile of tomorrow and beyond, the visitor is guided through the fabulous history of the motor car thanks to technical but easily comprehensible commentaries.Read more
The most important of Bruges’ towers stands 83 metres tall. Those who take on the challenge of climbing the tower, after a tiring 366 steps, your efforts will be rewarded with a breath-taking and unforgettable panoramic view of Bruges and her surroundings. Along the way you will also have a chance to visit the old treasury and the carillonneur’s chamber.Read more
We are pleased to announce that HEY! Belgium will be joining the Wallonian Board of Tourism (WBT) in Canton 13 and 14 May 2018. After Canton, we will be present during the ITB China 16-18 May 2018.Read more
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