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TAXI

TAXI (Brussels) – taxis in Brussels can be easily found throughout much of the city.   Belgian Railways Railcard – it is about €85/£75 or so and is good for 10 single journeys between any two stations in Belgium.

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Médiacité

Médiacité (Bd. Raymond Poincaré 7, Liège) – a multi-functional complex combining commerce, leisure, culture, media and economic activity, Médiacité has achieved the tremendous feat of making the old deprived Liège district of Longdoz an attractive place to visit, and it has attracted 5.3 million customers and visitors the first year. There are currently 124 shops […]

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Archiduc

Archiduc (Rue A. Dansaert 6, Brussels) – this is an Art Deco bar that is home to artists and hosts many concerts, especially during fall & winter. Saturday’s “Jazz After Shopping” and Sunday’s “Round About Five”, both from 5-7 pm.

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Basilica of the Holy Blood

Basilica of the Holy Blood (Burg 13, Brugge) — The Basilica of the Holy Blood (Basiliek van het Heilig Bloed) is a 12th century chapel, in the medieval town of Bruges, Belgium, which houses a revered phial containing cloth stained with the actual blood of Christ. Or so it is believed. While the chapel itself […]

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Autoworld

Autoworld (Parc du Cinquantenaire 11, Brussels) — if you’re a vintage-auto lover, don your pilot goggles and helmet because this is old-timer land! Parked under a high glass roof, you’ll be greeted by no less than 450 beautifully preserved old cars. Part of Ghislain Mahy’s prestigious car collection, it’s one of the best in the […]

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About Belguim

Belgium is located in northwest Europe – sharing borders with France, Netherlands, Germany, and Luxembourg. Even though the country goes as far back as the Roman era, when that empire annexed that country as “Gallia Belgica” (a northern extension of Gaul – ancient France), Belgium as an independent country didn’t actually come into existence until […]