Belgium, in the heart of Europe, is much more than mussels, fries and beer
The small country on the North Sea with its Dutch-speaking north and French-speaking south offers everything a cyclist's heart desires: There are flat landscapes in the north, while the cyclist has to ride through rest of the country over hilly areas such as the Ardennes.
On the way you cycle through romantic villages and visit modern cities with beautiful old town centres. The port and Rubens city of Antwerp and the city of Bruges, also known as the Venice of the North because of its many canals, exude a special flair.
Trendy bistros and cosy pubs invite cyclists to stop for a bite to eat - and the legendary mussels, fries and Belgian beer taste simply delicious.