Published On: Fri, May 6th, 2016

Journey through wonders on Europe




Glances of the history, a boat ride in quaint canals, a trek amid verdant landscapes and the world’s very scrumptious chocolates, Belgium is the land in Europe which includes the less-discovered destinations. Spectator time passing at a slower pace, and discern the kindness of locals, when you travel around this amiable country.

Belgium’s own Venice: Bruges

Belgium’s reply to Venice, Bruges has rather some remarkable experiences up its covering. While you get a gentle amble on the cobblestone conduits or pace into a boat and walk around the metropolis by the roundabout canals, this metropolis will reminiscent you of old fairytales. The stunning Gruuthuse Mansion, the outstanding Belfry Tower and the momentous core of Bruges (now a UNESCO World Heritage Site) will carry you to the medieval times.

Brussels: a cornucopia of experiences

This is the multi-cultural metropolis of Brussels which will depart you maneuver with its multiplicity and vitality. Steeped in classical European allure, the 13th-century Grand Place will captivate you with its elaborate architecture, picturesque union houses, and its golden-lit esplanade. Pull up a chair and unite with the locals in singing, have a food in the metropolis’s old-fashioned roadside cafés and find out why the Belgian capital is an accurate traveler’s ecstasy.

The vibrant and lively Antwerp

A metropolis of numerous faces, Antwerp will attract you with its typical European traditional but astonish you its forceful nightlife and party scenes. Whereas this metropolis is spotted with medieval churches, fortresses, and perfect architecture, it is moreover is witnessed as the ‘cool capital’ by Belgians as of its thriving fashion industry and globally-ranked restaurants and bars.

The medieval charm of Ghent

It was the wealthiest and much forceful metropolis in Europe throughout the Middle Ages, Ghent is currently a metropolis of scenic canals, striking chapels, picturesque eateries and is remarkably well-liked for its endless flower fields. Evocative of the late-medieval epoch, the Gravensteen citadel is the very renowned attraction in the metropolis as along with the Graslei harbor. Get down from your car and discover the charismatic city with a crisscrossing boat ride on River Lee.


About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.