The Cities of Flanders
Home to the capital of Europe, the area is a melting pot of cultures famed for its ornate architecture, luxurious chocolate, first-class cuisine and over 600 different types of beer.
Antwerp - a sophisticated and cosmopolitan city with superb shopping, great restaurants and a reputation as the diamond centre of the world.
Self Drive to Antwerp | Eurostar to Antwerp
Bruges – a wonderfully preserved medieval city, Bruges is a living museum, rich in artistic and architectural treasures which has been recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Self Drive to Bruges | Eurostar to Bruges
Brussels – prepare to be bowled over by Gothic cathedrals and churches, situated right next to classical façades and Art Deco houses. A contrast of old and new in the capital of Europe.
Self Drive to Brussels | Eurostar to Brussels
Ghent - for many is the hidden gem in Belgium's crown. The city has an extensive network of canals and endless streets to explore, which are some of the most picturesque in Flanders.
Self Drive to Ghent | Eurostar to Ghent
Leuven – home to one is the oldest universities in the world and the Stella Artois Brewery, Leuven is a fascinating old city with stunning architecture.
Self Drive to Leuven | Eurostar to Antwerp
Mechelen – a medieval city with a small town feel, numerous museums, bell-towers, monuments and parks all contributing to its charm.
Self Drive to Mechelen | Eurostar to Mechelen
Ostend – a great choice for a coastal break. Seaside cafés, quayside restaurants, great shopping and a bustling nightlife give visitors plenty to enjoy all year round.
Self Drive to Ostend | Eurostar to Ostend
Ypres - a pretty town of medieval origin, surrounded by historic fortifications and completely restored as a permanent tribute to the fallen of World War I.
Self Drive to Ypres