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
Bruges is a well-preserved medieval city in Belgium. It is ancient, majestic and humble. It is also home to many impressive late-gothic buildings as well as churches, and some of the most precious art works can be found in Bruges.
Climb the Belfort (UNESCO)
It is quite a climb up (366 steps), but you can occasionally pause on the way. For example, on the second floor where the treasury was. Furthermore you see on the way up an impressive clock mechanism, a clock and the 47 bells of the carillon. Finally, from the top of the UNESCO recognised building, you have a breathtaking view of Bruges and surroundings.