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Each month, the Book People Travel Shop handpicks the finest holiday destinations to help provide a flash of inspiration when planning your next trip away. This month we’re heading to Belgium. With three distinct regions, Belgium offers fascinating culture, historical landmarks and a friendly atmosphere. Famed for beer and chocolate, there is an abundance of high-quality food and drink available throughout the country and its capital, Brussels, is a vibrant city that is not only home to the EU headquarters but also massive post-modern buildings including the Atomium and Royal Palace. Other Belgian cities to visit include Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp, while those looking for a more active holiday can head to the forests, caves and cliffs of the Ardennes.

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Belgium

Each month, the Book People Travel Shop handpicks the finest holiday destinations to help provide a flash of inspiration when planning your next trip away. This month we’re heading to Belgium. With three distinct regions, Belgium offers fascinating culture, historical landmarks and a friendly atmosphere. Famed for beer and chocolate, there is an abundance of high-quality food and drink available throughout the country and its capital, Brussels, is a vibrant city that is not only home to the EU headquarters but also massive post-modern buildings including the Atomium and Royal Palace. Other Belgian cities to visit include Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp, while those looking for a more active holiday can head to the forests, caves and cliffs of the Ardennes.

  • The 500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent

    Derek Blythe

    Product Code: AJOPI
    Paperback
    What are the 5 best new Flemish restaurants? Where would you find the 5 best antiques shops? Who are the 5 most innovative designers working in the city? Where are the 5 most unique and individual houses located? And if you wanted to find the most mysterious places in the Citadelpark, where are they? The 500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent is a wonderfully eclectic guide to this multifaceted city. An insider's view of Ghent featuring little known facts and snippets of useful information, presenting the quirky and the off-beat, and sharing the whereabouts of some of the city's wonderful hidden gems like the Hotel Arnold Vanderhaeghen and the Gruut City Brewery. Aided by a team of bloggers, passionate about their native city, Derek Blyth has really captured the feel and flavour of Ghent. Packed with accessible, easy-to-read information, maps, itinaries, sections on food & drink, accommodation, green-spaces, museums, galleries and shops; an essential resource for the inquisitive traveller.
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