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Enjoy a varied holiday in Flanders full of culture, nature and the beach. The region is full of charming towns such as Bruges and Ghent and Antwerp, the city of shopping.
Today, Belgium consists of the primarily Dutch-speaking Flanders and the more Francophone Wallonia, but in the 19th century, French was the most widely spoken language. The Flemish Movement, a political movement for greater autonomy of the Belgian region of Flanders and the protection of the Dutch language, changed that. Today, both Dutch and French are spoken in Flanders.
Flanders is a very diverse region that has something for everyone. Go to the beach at Knokke-Heist or visit Fort Napoleon in Oostende. Nature lovers will enjoy nature reserve Het Zwin in the far northwest of the province.
The province is also home to great cities, such as Antwerp and Ghent, a vibrant partly-pedestrianised city full of narrow allies, waterways and beautiful facades. Take a look inside Sint-Baafskathedraal, home to 'The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb', or Castle Gravensteen. The charming town of Bruges, with its waterways, bridges and impressive belfry is also a must-see.
And you cannot leave Flanders without going to Brussels! Although the city is geographically located in Flanders and is officially bilingual, French is more widely spoken. Visit the impressive Galleries Royales Saint Hubert for a day of upmarket shopping or enjoy a cool beer at Grote Markt. Take the kids to see Manneken Pis and then to the Comic Strip Centre for some fun.
Discover Flanders by car, bicycle or on foot. You can take the train between the big cities, which is great if you’re not travelling by car or don't want to drive. The seaside towns are all connected by the Flemish coast tram (kusttram).
You can reach Flanders by car, train or airplane. The journey from England will take you anywhere between 1.5 and 4.5 hours depending on the city you will be visiting.
Book your trip to Flanders and discover the charm and diversity of this great region. You're bound to love it!
A: Like most thriving cities, Brussels and Antwerp can be explored using ride-share services or public transportation. But if you want to head out and discover the wider region of Flemish Brabant or farther afield, you'll love the flexibility that comes from having your own rental car. For all your motoring requirements, browse our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Flemish Region.
A: Your adventures in Flemish Region will most probably begin at one of the following international airport terminals:
A: Many travellers choose to spend their getaways in hotels. Some appreciate the amenities and comfort of bed & breakfasts or apartments, while others favor guest houses. Whatever your tastes, Flemish Region has lots of options for all budgets.
A: That all depends on what kind of break in Flemish Region you're hoping for. You can opt for a hotel and flight, or flight, car and hotel, or hotel and car — or any of these as a stand-alone. You can also throw in activities and experiences.
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A: If Brussels is on your itinerary, you have loads of choices. The most popular include Horta Museum, La Grand Place and Museum of Musical Instruments — when you see them up close, you'll soon see why.
Alternatively, if you're staying in Antwerp, many holiday makers make a beeline for Antwerp City Hall, Rubens House and ModeMuseum.
Yet another exciting city with plenty on offer is Maastricht. Don't miss Bonnefanten Museum, St. Servaas Church and Natural History Museum.
Absolutely amazing hotel to stay in, from reception, front of house to concierge and porters.Rooms spotlesswith a mini bar, n espresso coffee machine and kettle with flavored teas. Plenty of storage space and waterfall shower and standard shower head too. Beds were Super comfortable. Breakfast was ...
Lovely hotel in a great location. Very clean and quite. Good breakfast with plenty of choice. Comfortable bed my only disappointment was the pillows too big and lumpy ( I am very fussy about pillows) would definitely stay here again and not hesitate to recommend.
I liked the modern decoration of the hôtel and size of rooms. Good value for money and flexible/pro. staff. The bedrooms could be a bit warmer (adding a second chair for instance, and a towels drier in the bathroom)
This was our second stay at the hotel. It's location is great,about 5 minutes from Markt. Our room was clean and comfortable. The staff are all excellent. Very friendly and efficient. We'll almost certainly visit Bruges again, and stay here again.
Great location for us as we were attending a concert at the nearby theatre (4 minute walk). Sea front and bars all within a few minutes walk. Staff fantastic - helpful kind and cheerful
Fantastic hotel, great friendly staff. Good food. Ideal location 39 steps to departure hall.