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Ommegang Festival

Ommegang Festival (Grand Place, Brussels) — Take a seat on the tiered stands or lean on the low barriers and find yourself transported to 1549. Every year, the lavish Ommegang procession commemorates the tribute paid to Emperor Charles V and his VIP guests. Richly-colored costumes, horses, embroidered banners, flag throwing and stilt jousting are always […]

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Hergé Museum

Hergé Museum (Rue Labrador 26, Louvain-la-Neuve) — this spectacular museum is dedicated to Hergé, the pen name of Georges Remi, who created Belgium’s comic-book hero Tintin (who is perhaps Belgium’s best-known cultural export). The museum, in the university town of Louvain-la-Neuve (30 minute drive southeast of Brussels), is built in the shape of an elongated […]

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Tomorrowland

  Tomorrowland (Boom) – held in the town of Boom (30 km. north of Brussels, reachable via route A12), this annual musical event (held every late July) attracts major Electro-House and Trance music DJs, such as Avicii, Hardwell, David Guetta, Alesso, Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, and many others. Well over 180,000 attendees went to Tomorrowland. […]

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Mini Europe

Mini Europe (Bruparck B, Brussels) — located at the foot of the Atomium, Mini-Europe is the only park where you can have a whistle-stop tour around Europe in a few short hours. A truly unique voyage ! Stroll amid the typical ambiance of the most beautiful towns of the Old Continent.     The incomparable […]

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Royal Waterloo Golf Club

Royal Waterloo Golf Club (1380 Lasne (Ohain), Vieux Chemin de Wavre) — the oldest club in Belgium, founded 85 years ago, moved to its present location at Ohain in 1959, where it’s close to the heart of everything. Within sight of the iconic Lion Mound at Waterloo, it’s half an hour from both the center […]

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King Baudouin Stadium

King Baudouin Stadium (Avenue de Marathon, Brussels) – this 50,000-seat stadium hosts the Belgian national football team, as well as its rugby union team. Aside from such games, the stadium holds pop & rock concerts for U2, the Rolling Stones, Madonna, Mylene Farmer, Robbie Williams, Boni Jovi, Depeche Mode, Bruce Springsteen, Johnny Hallyday, and other […]