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10 Unexpected Destinations in Belgium

Uncover the secrets of Belgium's unique charm as we unveil ten unconventional destinations waiting to be explored. 

Coal mine in Beringen, Limburg

Prepare to be amazed as we unveil a side of Belgium you never knew existed.

In Flanders Fields

Delve into Belgium's rich history as we explore Unesco Heritage sites from World War I that still bear witness to the tumultuous past. From the somber trenches of Ypres to the poignant memorials scattered across the countryside, Belgium stands as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made during the Great War.


Embark on a unique journey along the Vennbahn, a historic railway line transformed into a scenic cycling route.

Belgium's industrial monuments stand as silent witnesses to a bygone era of innovation and progress. From the towering chimneys of former factories to the colossal blast furnaces that once roared with activity, these architectural marvels tell the story of Belgium's industrial might. Today, many of these monuments have been repurposed, transformed into cultural centers, museums, and art spaces, preserving their historical significance while breathing new life into their surroundings.

Architecture landmarks

As your journey through Belgium's architectural wonders comes to a close, don't miss the opportunity to explore two lesser-known yet equally fascinating landmarks: the Sanatorium in Overijse and the Sanitary Underwear Company in Zottegem. 

The Sanatorium, nestled amidst serene woodlands, showcases the striking modernist design of the early 20th century, offering a glimpse into the country's medical history while providing a serene retreat for contemplation.

Meanwhile, the Sanitary Underwear Company in Zottegem stands as a testament to Belgium's industrial heritage, telling the story of the region's textile manufacturing past. It was one of the first concrete constructions in Belgium. The concrete skeleton structure was filled with bricks, while the flat roofs were bordered with concrete barriers.

These architectural gems offer a unique perspective on Belgium's diverse heritage, providing a fitting finale to your exploration of the country's rich architectural tapestry.

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