What are famous landmarks of Belgium?

Not as noisy and bustling as London, Paris or Berlin, the Belgian capital of Brussels still retains its tranquility with typical architectural works. Discover places you should go with flexible EuroCircle Europe tour.

Belfort clock tower, Bruges
Belfort will not be missed when traveling to Belgium. The majestic bell tower of the city is 83 meters high, located in the historic center of Bruges. Look at every corner of Belfort is beautiful, but the bell tower itself offers a great location to see the rest of the city. On the way to the top of the tower, visitors will also come across many extremely attractive features. Just travelers are not afraid of heights. If the weather is nice, you'll see wonderful views throughout Bruges and surrounding countryside. Even when it is cloudy, the view from the top of the tower is not wasted by visitors. Visit the old treasury that once stored many of the city's valuable items. Observe the elaborate techniques of the large clock face in the bell tower. Belfort's 18th-century bells consist of 47 bells ringing regularly throughout the day. Sometimes there are also special bell chimes.

Belfort clock tower, Bruges

Atomium tower
Atomium has a height of 102m with a total weight of about 2,400 tons. It is made up of 9 spheres representing 9 atoms in the crystal structure of the element iron. Each sphere has a diameter of 18m and they are connected by 20 pipes. Each of these pipes is 23m in length and has steps or escalators for travel.
Of the 9 orbs of Atomium, 6 are accessible. In the middle sphere is an elevator to bring visitors up on the highest sphere within 25 seconds. There is a restaurant for guests to stop to eat and admire the city from above through a series of windows here.

Atomium tower

Bourse Building
This building was decided by Napoleon in 1801 as the largest securities center of Belgium, but it was not started in 1868, and completed in 1873. The whole architecture and the architecture The decoration of Bourse is made by the most famous artists of the time, you will have to admire this special architecture.

Bourse Building

Grand Place Square
This place used to be a market with cage houses for small businesses to sell their own products. Surrounding the square are magnificent buildings, built in the 15th century, creating a magnificent scenery for this square. South of the square is the domination of City Hall, the classic Gothique architecture.
Brussels is known as the "Capital of the museum" so when you come to the Great Square, you should definitely not miss the famous museums such as Museum of Ancient and Contemporary Art, Museum of Natural Science, Bao Museum of Antique Cars, Music Institute ... This square has been listed by UNESCO as a list of human cultural heritage and praised by many artists for its unique design and architecture.

Grand Place Square


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