Zeebrugge (Brussels), Belgium
Zeebrugge offers plenty of adventure choices for your Belgium visit. Nearby Brussels is a great option, with two very different areas rolled into one city that offers something for everyone. Old Brussels is a historic region that celebrates the ancient – amazing architecture, a Royal District, and majestic cathedrals that are rich in both history and beauty. New Brussels is a bit trendier locality that houses many vital institutions in the European Quarter, including the European Commission and the European Parliament. Add to your adventure at the nearby medieval town of Bruges. Visit the Rozenhoedkaai canal and enjoy the most scenic views in the city, then take in the towering Belfry, standing 270-feet tall in the city centre and part a UNESCO world heritage site.
- Discover the ancient Guild Halls in Bruges, and the Basilica of the Holy Blood.
- Ride along the picturesque canals of Bruges, a great way to experience all the sites this medieval city has to offer.
- Visit the impressive St. Bavo’s Cathedral in the medieval city of Ghent, also home of the well-known artwork “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb.”